Students will learn more about the group that traveled across the Atlantic to create New England with The New England Colonies: A Place for Puritans e-Book. This rigorous informational text examines Puritan Society, including family life, Puritan women, town systems, and more. Spark a curiosity among your students and connect them to events from a long ago with these nonfiction readers that feature primary source material. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this high-interest book that explores US history, geography, and other social studies topics. The New England Colonies: A Place for Puritans e-Book provides access to every type of learner with appropriately leveled content. The reader contains text features such as captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.
Immigrants from all over Europe flocked to America in the 1800s, bringing their hopes and their dreams with them. This fascinating title allows readers to discover such topics as Ellis Island, Angel Island, and assimilation. The influx of immigrants enriched the American culture but also provided challenges to the United States. Through appealing images, a vibrant scrapbook layout, stunning facts, intriguing sidebars, and a helpful glossary and index, readers will be excited and engaged from cover to cover!
Readers will explore some of the biggest issues that have happened in the Middle East and learn about the impact that these happenings have effected people all over the world. The vibrant images, stunning and engaging sidebars, accessible glossary and index, and easy-to-read text make this book a perfect introduction to such topics as the Yom Kippur War, The Oslo Accords, Saddam Hussein, and religious extremism. Readers will be fascinated and captivated as they move through this alluring title.
Even though the Roman Empire ended in A.D. 476, its legacy still lives on today. Julius Caesar, gladiators, aquaducts, and The Colosseum are just a few of the topics discussed in this incredible book that uses vibrant, beautiful photos and intriguing facts to teach readers about the Roman Empire. Featuring a glossary, index, and easy-to-read text, this book will have children both engaged and fascinated as they learn what a big impact the Romans had on the past and on our lives today.
The Mayas, Incas, and Aztecs were three groups of people found living in the ancient Americas, including the Andes Mountains and a city named Tenochtitlán. This intriguing book features details about these three incredible civilizations and explores how each of them fell when Spanish explorers found their settlements. Through detailed images and maps, captivating sidebars and facts, and an accessible glossary and index, readers will learn about leaders like Moctezuma as well as how these civilizations used farming, hieroglyphics, and glyphs to create their unique cultures.
Excite students as they learn about the Early Explorers during the Age of Discovery. This e-Book takes a look at some of these ambitious world travelers that have helped map the modern world – from the Vikings, Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, to Amerigo Vespucci. Primary source materials offer a glimpse into the past as students immerse themselves with authentic maps, artifacts, and images from that era. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this high-interest book that explores history, geography, and other social studies topics. The Early Explorers e-Book provides access to every type of learner with appropriately leveled content. The reader contains text features such as captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.
Spark a curiosity for past events with this nonfiction reader focusing on the lives of native people as pioneers began moving westward during the nineteenth century. With the American Indians in the 1800s: Right and Resistance e-Book, students will explore the significant historical events that affected native people, including the Indian Removal Act, the Trail of Tears, the Seminole Wars, Red Cloud's War, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, the Nez Percé War, Wounded Knee, and more. Breathe life into the pages of history with primary source documents that offer significant clues on what life might have been like for American Indians during the 1800s. Authentic artifacts, including maps, government documents, and other primary sources offer an intimate glimpse of what life was like during this era. Students will build content knowledge across geography, history, and other social studies strands, with content that can be leveled for a variety of learning styles, as well as below-level, above-level, and English language learners. This reader contains text features, including captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase comprehension and academic vocabulary. A "Your Turn!" activity continues to challenge students as they extend their learning. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework, and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.