Readers learn to compare and contrast the experiences of new Americans during two historical periods of immigration. Students use maps, illustrations, photographs, and a fictional diary entry to interpret information.
This informational text helps learners understand the water cycle and how each of us has a responsiblilty to use our precious water supply with care. Charts, graphs, and maps illustrate the concepts and help students learn how to read for information.
This social studies book contains high-interest content to hook reluctant readers. Readers are exposed to the poetic structure of familiar American songs and identify the sequence of events in the development of these songs.
Detailed black-and-white illustrations in the style of old political cartoons add to the historical theme of this book. Readers identify cause and effect as they learn about the early years of our republic.
This nonfiction social studies text describes two types of explorers, allowing readers not only to learn details about the explorers themselves but also to evaluate and compare their actions.