Arts & Crafts Across the U.S.A.
Lorenz Educational Press, Mar 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 240 pages
Searching for creative ways to teach about the unique treasures, histories, cultures and people of each state? This book is divided into 51 units, each focusing on state and the District of Columbia. Within that unit, students are given Fun Facts about the state. These include the origins of the state's name, as well, as a list of the items the state has designated to represent: state motto, nickname, bird, tree or flower. Each unit has a craft to be done by individual students or the entire class. Each craft is tailored to teach students something unique about the state’s history, people, geography or culture. Discover fun and fascinating facts about the United States and its people and places. Let the journey begin!
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