#Read Book ´ Smart About the Fifty States ä eBook or E-pub free

I gained so many ideas for culminating projects for my students from this graphically attractive book. #Read Book õ Smart About the Fifty States Ý The kids in Ms Brandt s class create a special report on the United States of America, with each child doing research on ten states There s a double spread map of the whole US and a page for every state jam packed with trivia, interesting facts, handwritten captions, and jokes At the end of the book is a map showing how the United States grew over time, a spread on the presidents and what states they hailed from, as well as a bibliography of books the kids used in their research Written by a team of well known author artists, thispage Smart About History book is a great guide for kids Written and illustrated by Jon Buller and Susan Schade, Maryann Cocca Leffler, Joan Holub, True Kelley, and Dana Regan This book is wonderful when teaching the students about states and the USA It is a book of student s reports on each state There is wonderful facts about each state and how the country came to be It even has a list of presidents up to George Bush Jr. Yes, there are a ton of books out there about the fifty states Most do a good job of presenting the facts in a child friendly format This is no exception but neither is it exceptional. This book is very well designed and fun for learning about the 50 states.This book could be used for children to learn about the 50 states. What drew me to the book is the fact that it looks like a child wrote and illustrated it It opens with a letter from the teacher to the students indicating that she is eager to see their group reports Each state is covered, listing its nickname and capital Each page shows the shape of the state along with facts about that state The accompanying illustrations and bubbles with info are full of personality At the very end, information is provided on the United States flag, how our country grew What drew me to the book is the fact that it looks like a child wrote and illustrated it It opens with a letter from the teacher to the students indicating that she is eager to see their group reports Each state is covered, listing its nickname and capital Each page shows the shape of the state along with facts about that state The accompanying illustrations and bubbles with info are full of personality At the very end, information is provided on the United States flag, how our country grew, our Presidents, and a bibliography listing the books used for the report This is a wonderful inspiration for a class project in Social Studies and can be applied to other subjects when covering a similar theme