An overview of the different regions of the United States.
The Social Studies Strands are a way of thinking about social studies. Social studies is the study of people and the world we live in. This is a very big subject! One way to think about social studies is to break it into parts. We call these parts strands.
We live in a country of great natural beauty. Breathtaking views delight the eye in every region of the United States. In fact, the quote above, from the song America, the Beautiful, was inspired by the American land. Katharine Lee Bates wrote of our country's mountains and deserts, its rolling hills and plains, the bounty and richness of its environment.
An overview of the history of the US.
Learn about the history of United States and the countries around it.
A Social Studies Spanish text book, that teaches the eight areas of Social Studies: History, Economics, Geografrafia, Government, Civics, Culture, Science Technology and Society, Social Studies Skills.
In this textbook you will meet special people and learn many important things. The stories you read will help you understand some important words that define what it means to be a good citizen.
This edition contains a variety of reading resources for students of Grade two to learn.
This textbook contains unit lessons on Understanding the World, River Valley Civilizations, New Ideas and New Empires, World Regions in Transition, Dawn of the Modern World and A Century of Conflict.
World: Adventures in Time and Place has 20 chapters, each with two or more lessons. There are also many special features for you to study and enjoy. Special pages right after these two pages and before each unit bring you ideas and Adventures in geography with National Geographic.
Introduces kids to different cultures around the world using various geographical aspects.
This textbook contains many special features that will help you read, understand, and remember the people, geography, and history of Latin America and Canada.
This textbook contains many special features that will help you read, understand, and remember the people, geography, and history of the world.
Student textbook of American history through 1877.
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