Interest Level 3-12
This item is estimated to be available in February 2022. Please contact customer service at 800-858-7339 to pre-order.
Explore how can ordinary citizens make laws! This interesting Grade 4 nonfiction reader explains why laws vary from place to place and how people can help create laws.
- Describes how laws are different in different states as well as how normal people can create state and local laws
- Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic to engage students
- Connects important topics such as civic duty and democracy to students’ daily lives
- Includes a glossary, key discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity designed to empower students to make a difference
Why do laws change across state lines? Can citizens make state or local laws? Students will answer these questions and more with this exciting, teacher-approved reader. With an illustrated fiction story, index, fun images, and other text features, this product teaches fourth grade students about laws and how they’re introduced through petitions, ballots, and votes.
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