Recently Timberdoodle Co. gave my family the opportunity to review A Kid's Guide to Drawing the Presidents of the United States of America. We were sent the Lyndon B. Johnson book from the collection. It didn't take us long to read through the 32 page book. Along the way we leaned many facts about President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Included in the book are of course, drawing lessons. The first is President Lyndon's birthplace, where the student learns how to draw a home with a front porch. Of course my children moved past the parts of learning how to draw a home and moved to the more exciting things that interested them like the Great Seal, the silver star medal awarded to Johnson for his bravery during a mission, the patch from the USS Maddox and the Apollo 8 spacecraft.
I think these books are a good launching point or accompaniment to your presidential history lessons. Providing something a little different than straight facts. My youngest a first grader, thoroughly enjoyed following the block style directions to create his drawings.
Truth in Review: Timberdoodle Co. did provide me with A Kid's Guide to Drawing the Presidents of the United States of America free of charge. I was not paid for the review or require any certain context within my review. All reviews posted by me are truthful in content and not bought. Gabreial Wyatt, Editor Visit our Disclaimer/Disclosure for more info.