This title highlights some of the grossest places to visit and see.
Immigrants Sailed From Faraway Lands To Come To America For Opportunity. This Book Includes Their Experiences At Ellis Island, The Struggles Of Finding Employment, And Learning A New Language In A Strange, New World.
Native Americans Are Always A Big Topic With Students. What They Hunted, Wore, Tribal Dances, And Maps That Show Where The Different Tribes Settled Are All Included In This Book. Fact-Filled Text Boxes Give Additional Information On These Unique Peoples.
Young Readers Learn About The United States Neighbors, Canada And Mexico, Through Simple Text And Photos.
Who Lived In America Long Before European Explorers Arrived? Learn All About People From North America And Their Heritage. Social Studies Based Leveled Readers For Use In Guided Reading And Social Studies Instruction.
This Title Addresses How America Is A Melting Pot Filled With People From All Over The World. Learning About Their Native Language, The Foods They Eat, And Their Customs Are Just Some Of The Issues Addressed In This Book. Maps That Show The Different Parts Of The World Where Their Ancestors Came From Are An Added Feature.
The west coast welcomed thousands of immigrants from Asia who carried with them hopes and dreams of a bright future. Many stayed on the island for weeks or months before moving into California. Why did they have to stay so long? What made them want to come to the United States? Immigrants coming to Angel Island had to have patience as they underwent humiliation and questioning. Learn about the history of Angel Island and the immigrants that passed through by examining photographs, maps, and informational sidebars. This title will allow students to explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.
This Title Talks About The Five Regions Of The United States And Is Filled With Colorful Maps To Indicate Where These Regions Are. It Also Includes Fun Information About The Climate In Each Region, What The People There Do For Fun, What They Eat And What Makes Living There So Enjoyable.
Read about knights, the fierce warriors of Medieval times in a graphic book.
Read a graphic book about samurais, the defenders of Japanese royalty.
Read a graphic book about gladiators, the fiercest warriors of Roman times.
Read a graphic book about vikings, the fierce Norse warriors of the sea.
Read about spartans, the ancient Greek warriors, in a graphic book.
Volume 8: Ross, John to Thanksgiving
Volume 9: The-Other-Magpie to Zuni
Volume 10: Cumulative Index & Projects
Volume 6: Massasoit to Pamunkey
Volume 7: Papoose to Rosebud Reservation
Volume 3: Confederacy to Fort Stanwix Treaty
Volume 4: Fox to Indian Territory
Volume 5: Indian Wars to Massachuset
Volume 2: Bonepickers to Comanchero
Volume 1: Abalone Shells to Bone Artifacts
In early America, pictures were not as prevalent as they are today. Throughout history, people have come to recognize certain places and things by the symbols that represent them. McDonalds Golden Arches, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the Mickey Mouse ears that symbolize the happiest place on Earth are just a few examples of American symbols that need no words to describe them but bring fond memories to people all over our country! This book will allow students to determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.
This title talks about the five regions of the United States and is filled with colorful maps to indicate where these regions are. It also includes fun information about the climate in each region, what the people there do for fun, what they eat and what makes living there so enjoyable.