Primary Source Readers: The Great Depression and the New Deal 6-Pack
Item Number: 28155
When the U.S. economy collapsed in 1929, millions of Americans lost their jobs. Learn about this significant period of U.S. history with this primary source reader 6-Pack that focuses on the Great Depression.
Today's students need opportunities to evaluate sources and use evidence to support their conclusions. This K-12 resource provides both instructional support for teachers as well as a myriad of differentiated learning opportunities for students.
Fifth grade students will enjoy this adventure story about a girl who gets separated from her dad on a scuba dive. This book features vivid illustrations, compelling text, and chapter format to build reading comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency.
Fifth grade students will enjoy this adventure story about some siblings who get lost in the woods on a camping trip and must work together to find their way back to safety. This illustrated fiction reader builds comprehension, fluency, and vocabulary.
A teen's life changes forever when a mysterious datapad is delivered to his home with an invitation to Sci Hi, the galaxy's Universal High School for the Sciences. Students who enjoy science fiction will not be able to put this book down!
Join a first-year student at Sci Hi, the Universal High School for the Sciences, where students spend their time playing Zero-G dodge ball and creating mutant parasites. Science fiction fans will not be able to put this one down.
At Sci Hi, students are shrinking themselves so they can study bees up close. But when a visit to a live hive gets downright dangerous, will the students make it out alive? Science fiction fans will not be able to put this one down.
In this fiction reader, the new kid at school gets pressured by the popular kids into pulling pranks on other students. This book features full-color illustrations, compelling text, and chapter format to build reading comprehension and fluency.
Nina, Maricela, and Alejandro decide to help some homeless people living near their school in Los Angeles in this illustrated, realistic fiction book. The compelling text and chapter format help build reading comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency.