Statues of Easter Island

Statues of Easter Island

Elizabeth Raum (author)

Publisher: Amicus Publishing ISBN: 9781607536802

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Description

Describes the statues of Easter Island, including theories on how they were built, the people who built them, and what the statues are like today.

Reading Level
Lexile
440L
Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
L
ATOS
3.3
DRA
28
Categories
Genre
Cultural/Diversity History People & Places
Interest Age
Ages 6-8 Ages 9-12
Grade
2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade
Subject
Social Studies
Language
English (US)
Type
Non-Fiction
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