Learn all about the Native peoples of Virigina in this photograph-filled book. This book contains all kinds of interesting facts about the first people who lived in Virginia. You will learn about the different Native American tribes that have called Virginia home and the beliefs and practices that make them unique. And, you will find out where the tribes of Virginia are located today.
An "early bird" intro to basic state facts. Covers state basics such as state nickname, seal, song, bird, motto, flag, regions, industries, neighbors, and weather, plus an intro to state history, people and more. Includes: drawing, mazes, matching, coloring, and more! Reproducible. Available for all 50 states.
This book details the history of the colony beginning with the decisions made in Europe to explore and settle the Americas followed by a description of the land and its inhabitants as they appeared to the first Europeans arrivals.
Geography activities include information on rivers, museums, historic places, sites of interest, bordering states, climate, topography, crops and more! Approximately 30 activities and 200 geography-related places and facts are covered. This book is filled- with exercises that reinforce learning, sharpen research skills, and provide a lively resource about their state.
Who were the 49ers? What happened in California Missions? What's the state mineral? Find out with this fun collection of California activities, maps, research projects, and early history fact sheets. With information on the Native Americans, Mexicans, Africans, Asians and "East Coasters" who lived in the state, this early history guide provides a wide, yet detailed, overview of the history of California.
This amazing, in-depth book of Texas social studies worksheets will really make students think about the creation and development of the state of Texas. Letting history speak for itself, quotes fill the pages, from Congress' words about American Indians to the opinions of the early settlers. Map work features Texas geography, cities, and trails, while timelines place Texas events in the context of national events.