Exploring Social Studies: Colorado

Overview

Encourage students to become active learners to promote civic thinking.

  • Build literacy and social studies knowledge with high-interest nonfiction books featuring dynamic primary sources that meet the four disciplines of social studies.
  • Make every elementary educator a social studies expert with easy-to-use, creative lesson plans that meet state standards for both ELA and social studies.
  • Promote inquiry-based learning with discussion questions, document-based assessments, and primary source analysis activities.
  • Support English learners with differentiation tips embedded within each lesson.
  • Use in multiple instructional settings, including whole- and small-group instruction during social studies or within a Balanced Literacy approach. 
  • Engage students through integrated technology with audio files of each book that model fluent reading, as well as interactive eBooks and additional digital resources.
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In the Classroom:

  1. Seamlessly integrate social studies content into your ELA block of instruction
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  3. Can be used as a core program or as a supplement to fill curricular gaps
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  5. Bridge gaps in social studies content knowledge and support both whole-and small-group instruction

Perfect Mix:

Use interactive eBooks and additional digital resources to enhance the reading experience and integrate purposeful technology.

Perfect Mix:
What People Are Saying:

What People Are Saying:

“This is an amazing history resource! There are so many essential skills covered with engaging and fun activities for our K–5 students.” 
–ELA Coordinator, Curriculum
and Instruction 

Correlations to National, State, and Province Standards


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