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.
Get On A Covered Wagon And Explore Everything About Pioneers With This Book. From What They Ate, Wore, Who They Encountered And Where They Traveled. Text Boxes Filled With Pioneer Facts Add Additional Information On The Pioneers Difficult Journeys To Unknown Lands.
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.
Where Do You Come From? Learn About Heritage And How To Build Your Own Family Tree. Social Studies Based Leveled Readers For Use In Guided Reading And Social Studies Instruction.
When the Civil War began, Fort Sumter was an unfinished building in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina. Over the next three years, this fort would become one of the most important symbols of the Civil War. Now open to the public as a national monument, visitors arrive at the fort by boat from Charleston. Walk over several acres and see many Civil War guns and cannonballs. National Park Service rangers are also on the island to give talks and demonstrations to bring the Civil War and other important facts of American history to life. Filled with photographs, sidebars with history about the fort, and all the stops you will want to make along the way are included. This title will allow students to explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text, including what happened and why, based on specific information in the text.
Millions of people visit Boston every year to see the famous places where history happened hundreds of years ago. In Boston, you can see most of the famous sites by walking a special path called the Freedom Trail. In this informational text, students will learn about all the special places they can visit. The history behind how and why the Freedom Trail was created, and the influential people who made it happen, photographs with captions, informational sidebars, and maps with keys of all the places you will want to stop along the way to appreciate this American symbol of freedom are just a page away! This title will allow students to describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.
The Old Fort at St. Augustine has undergone many battles and restorations, but has never fallen! The Fort, which served alternately as both a shelter and a prison, also symbolizes the struggles of settlers and Native Americans as a new, united nation was forged. Interesting facts about the structure of the Fort, how to visit, and all the prominent people it has held as prisoners or people seeking refuge are all included with interested fact boxes, pictures with captions, and timelines of the Forts history are all included. This title will allow students to describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.
The Underground Railroad was a path slaves traveled from the South to the North in hopes of being free. Why was it called a railroad? How did they know where to travel? Those who traveled the path had to be brave and courageous. Many slaves as well as those who helped them gain their freedom are highlighted. Learn about the history and the secrets of the Underground Railroad through photographs, maps, and informational sidebars. This title will allow students to determine the main idea of a text and recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.
Who Helped Map The World? Learn About The Voyages Of Christopher Columbus And Marco Polo And Their Contributions To Our World. Social Studies Based Leveled Readers For Use In Guided Reading And Social Studies Instruction.
Read about knights, the fierce warriors of Medieval times in a graphic book.
Read a graphic book about pirates, criminals and sailors of the seven seas.
Read a graphic book about samurais, the defenders of Japanese royalty.
Read a graphic book about gladiators, the fiercest warriors of Roman times.
Detailed descriptions about the World War I Memorial explore basic history about this war.
Learn detailed information about the World War II Memorial and basic history about this war.
Learn detailed information about the Korean War Memorial and basic history about this war.
Detailed descriptions and photos of the USS Arizona Memorial help the reader to understand and appreciate the sacrifices of our American soldiers.
Learn background information about Arlington Naitonal Cemetary and the sacrifices of American fallen soldiers.
Survive the Great Chicago Fire with the characters in this graphic history book.
Read graphic history and live through the fear and destruction of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake.
Read graphic history to experience immigrating to America through Ellis Island.
Be a part of history as you ride with Paul Revere through this graphic book.
Read graphic history to experience the devestation of the 1900 Galveston Hurricane.
Experience great battles of the Civil War through engaging text, detailed illustrations and photos of artifacts.
Learn about the way the Industrial Revolution shaped America through engaging text, detailed illustrations and photos of artifacts.