Welcome to Texas, the Lone Star State! Students will explore Big Bend National Park, attend a Dallas Cowboys football game, visit NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, and more as they learn about Texas's history, plants and animals, industries, sports, cities, famous people, and more in this fun, fact-filled title. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards.
Learn about the history and culture of the northeastern United States.
Learn about the history and culture of the southeastern United States.
Learn about the history and culture of the southwestern United StatesSS
Learn about the history and culture of the western United States.
Mount Olympus may be the highest mountain in Greece, but at only 9,568 feet (2,917 meters) tall, it is downright puny compared to the world's tallest peaks. You can even hike to the top without any special climbing equipment. But do not let its size fool you. Mount Olympus looms larger than life in our world culture. For nearly three thousand years, it has been famous as the home of the Greek gods. Its beautiful peaks, now a world heritage preserve, have inspired everything Greek - from epic poetry to foods, and even the modern Greek government. Mount Olympus towers over the heart of Greece, yet lies just within reach. Come and explore the throne room of Zeus!
Physical and political geography combine together in an appealing format that will interest kids doing reports and projects, as well as trivia seekers. Captivating photos with detailed captions accompany flag facts, high-interest tidbits, and geographical information on each country of the world.