Boosting Nonfiction Reading Strategies with Social Studies Content. Do you find it difficult to squeeze a social studies lesson into your teaching day? Does your students level of comprehension decline when they read nonfiction text? This set of resources will extend the time you have in your teaching day by integrating social studies with reading instruction. Each grade-level book includes six units with a nonfiction social studies story; prereading, during reading, and postreading strategies; and a fun, hands-on social studies activity. Each all-inclusive resource will help students continue learning to read while reading to learn. 72 pages each.
A newly produced 3 reel set which contains stereo views of the Wailing Wall from 1897 and 1949. There are many more interesting views of Israel. Each reel is printed in a different color in order to distinguish each of the reels in the 3 reel set.
Eight original full-color portraits with flipside activities introduce famous people throughout history. 8-1/2 x 11 inches. Meet the men and women who shaped the world, nation, and the creative course of civilization in this bright new series. This set is unique in that it profiles all 42 U.S. Presidents who have served our country. These original full-color portraits are perfect for creating instant bulletin boards or interactive learning centers. On the back of every portrait you’ll find lots of useful teaching tools, including an easy-to-read biography, a data bank of biographical milestones, quotes, maps, interesting facts, and personal anecdotes. You’ll also get a meaningful mix of thought-provoking activities designed to spark writing, research, discussion, problem-solving, and more.
The first reel, Ellis Island Vintage Images, offers a view into early images of immigrants being processed for entry to America::: * Immigrants’ First View of Ellis Island: * Hopeful Immigrants on Ship: * Immigrants in Waiting Area: * Brief but thorough Medical Exam: * Inspector Checking for Trachoma Eye Disease: * New Americans: * Immigrants Settled in Lower Eastside NYC. The other 2 reels provide a look at Ellis Island few have ever seen. It’s the South Side priori to stabilization and renovation. A unique glimpse.
A dramatic variety of activities to excite and engage kids and bring back history, current events and achievements to life.
A fresh, exciting look at our history from the discovery of America to the present time. This intermediate grade unit contains 50 lessons which can be used by themselves, or in conjunction with any standard text in history. Important people and events, including a section on Black American history, are contained in this outstanding social studies unit. There are objective questions, essay type questions, map work, and more. A complete, extensive Teacher’s Manual is included.
Welcome to the fascinating world of the Roman Empire and its master architects and builders, emperors, powerful gods and goddesses, myths, and gladiators. Explore the glory that was Rome, the civilization that conquered most of Europe and parts of Asia and Africa. The activities in this book provide insight into the history, religion, customs, culture, mythology, art, life, and beliefs of ancient Rome. The eight full-color transparencies at the back of the book can be used alone or with specific activities listed in the table of contents.
Children Learn Valuable Information About African American Accomplishments While Completing Challenging Activities.
Pictures of the Apollo 8 Crew, the first to orbit the moon. See the press conference with Apollo 11 Crew – Armstrong, Aldrin & Collins. Watch the lift off on July 16, 1969 with a spectacular view of the Grand Canyon from space. July 20, 1969 4:17PM E.D.T. the Eagle has landed. Many views from NASA.
Black Trivia Fun and informative trivia from the Civil War to the North Pole the slave era to the age of astronauts from Yale university to the Battle of the Little Big Horn from Pulitzer Prize to the Olympic Games. Multiple choice questions are sure to produce lots of ‘I knew that!” ‘I didn
Combining teachers notes, historical information, high quality reproducible activity pages and detailed drawings bring these ancient civilizations to life in your classroom. Subjects covered include geography, agriculture, domestic life, culture and soci
These wonderful lacing cards are designed to develop fine motor skills and an appreciation of multi-culturalism. Five lacing cards, suitable for framing, show children in everyday traditional costumes.