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Flip through the Unofficial Oval Office Scrapbook for an up-close interactive dive into the history of the American presidency Winner, Teachers Choice and Parents Choice Gold Awards for Disney American Presidents video contentTake a seat in the Oval Office and flip through the Unofficial Oval Office Scrapbook, where some of the most important, and sometimes most surprising, presidential milestones are recorded.This dynamic and playful historical journey is packed with educational content, from homesteading to civil rights, from trust busting to bailouts. Moving through curriculum-based eras from Washington to Obama, youll realize that history is so much more than dates and documents its the dynamic story of the real men and women who together built our country.Special Features:- Features more than two hours of hilarious and historically accurate - presidential profiles- Navigate by President and by era, from Washington to Obama- Era-specific descriptions, music, art styles and references help bring each historical time period to life- Each President receives his own spread, with interactive elements linked to key decisions, notable characteristics and historical legacy- Pull-out factoids create a flavor for the time and for the individual- Explores many of the themes of the 2012 election- Features historical experts and White House insiders such as Paul Begala, Wesley Clark, Sam Donaldson, Melissa Harris-Perry, Robert Reich, Jon Meacham, presidential historians from the Smithsonian and the Library of Congress and many others- AirPlay enabled for classroom and home useEducational Value:- Maps to Core Curriculum Standards for grades 3-8- Includes video profiles for each of our 44 U.S. Presidents- Explains and contextualizes key historical concepts- Links political philosophies and historical characters across time