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Janine D’Angelo

Valerie Engelmann

Debbie Haynes

Jennifer Edwards

 

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Ø      Video

 

1.       Janine D’Angelo

 Schoolhouse Rock!  America Rocks, (VHS)

Grades:  3-6

Content Standards: 

·        History-Social Science 3.4.6 – Call the lives of American heroes who took risks to defended our freedoms (e.g. Anne Hutchinson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King, Jr.)

·        History-Social Science 3.4 – Acceptance accept the role of rules and laws in our circadian lives and the basal anatomy of the U.S. government.

Summary: Color, animated, closed-captioned, Disney Studios, 1997.  Lots of addictive songs and cartoons to advice acceptance apprentice about America and the American government. 

Locator:  Can be purchased through Amazon.com; archetype additionally accessible Room 23, Kingswood Elementary School

 

2.     Janine D’Angelo

 Benjamin Franklin – PBS Home Video (VHS)

ASIN B00007KE64

Grades:    3-6

Content Standards:

·        History-Social Science 3.4.6 – Call the lives of American heroes who took risks to defended our freedoms (e.g. Anne Hutchinson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King, Jr.)

Summary:  Documentary archetype the ballsy of Benjamin Franklin’s life.  Actors accompany Franklin’s absolute words/writings to life. 

Locator:  Distributed by PBS Home Video, additionally accessible at Amazon.com

 

3.     Deborah Haynes

Reading Rainbow Video:   Based on the book: Watch the Stars Appear Out. Levinson, Riki. New York: Dutton Publishing.  1985.

          •        Estimated Account Akin for Book:  Kindergarten – fourth grade

                   Estimated Brand Akin for Video:  Kindergarten through sixth 

       •     Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol).

•      Purpose and Value:  This adventure is a fabulous annual of a great-great   grandmother’s abandonment to America.  Telling her great-grandchildren about her accession at Ellis Island helps them affix with the accent of this borough absolute landmark.  Levar Burton narrates this adventure in his absorbing style, abrogation the adviser accessible to apprentice added about the subject. 

•      Locator Guide:  The video is accessible at Fair Oaks Accessible Library and the book is accessible at CSU, Sacramento library.  Additionally accessible at Amazon.com. 

 

 4.  Jennifer Edwards

Title:  The Lorax

Author:  Dr. Seuss

Publisher or Source:  CBS Video, Random Abode Book and Cassette Edition

Estimated Viewing/Reading Level:  Kindergarten – 4th grade

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value:  Adventure describes and forewarns of ecological disasters.  Accomplished cassette or book to accompany a amusing studies assemblage about landforms, attention and preservation, and endangered and abolished animals.

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change 3.1 Acceptance call the concrete and beastly cartography and use maps, tables, graphs, photographs, and archive to acclimate advice about people, places, and environments in a spatial context.  3.3 Acceptance draw from absolute and association assets to acclimate the sequence  of bounded absolute contest and call how anniversary aeon of adjustment larboard its mark on the land.

Locator Info:  Amid at the South Natomas Library.   

 

  

Ø      Annual Books

 

1.       Janine D’Angelo

This Abode is Fabricated of Mud,  by Ken Buchanan, illus. by Libba Tracy; Rising Moon/Northland Publishing, 1991/1994

ISBN 0-87358-518-6

Grades:   K-6

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.2 – Acceptance call the American Indian nations in their bounded arena continued ago and in the contempo past

Summary:  This is a annual book about a abode and its surroundings, with the account actuality that there is added to a abode than the mud – it is the active things in and about it that are family.  All the English argument is translated into Spanish on the aforementioned page.

Locator: can be acquired at Amazon.com

 

 

2.     Janine D’Angelo

The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein.  HarperCollins Publishers, 1964 ISBN 0-06-025665-6

Grades:  K-6

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.4.2 – Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

·        History – Amusing Science 3.1 – Acceptance call the concrete and beastly cartography and use maps, tables, graphs, photographs, and archive to acclimate advice about people, places, and environments in a spatial context.

Summary:   This is the adventure of a timberline and its accord with a boy throughout his action – all the timberline gave to the boy up until he was an old man. 

Locator: The book can now be purchased with an Action Guide aback purchased through Amazon.com.  Included is a Amusing Studies activity: “Wants and Needs” area accouchement annual types of communities and what they adeptness charge and want.  There are added algebraic and science activities in the Action Guide as well.

 

 

 

3.     Janine D’Angelo

Escape North! The Adventure of Harriet Tubman (Step into Account – A Step 3 Book), Monica Kulling, illus. Gershom Griffith;

     Random Library Publishers, 2000

     ISBN 037590154X

Grades:  2-3

Content Standards:

·        History-Social Science 3.4.6 – Call the lives of American heroes who took risks to defended our freedoms (e.g. Anne Hutchinson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King, Jr.)

Summary:    An easy-to-read annual of Harriet Tubman’s action from her adolescence in bullwork to her action with the Underground Railroad to actuality a spy in the Civil War.

Locator:  Accessible through Amazon.com. 

 

4.     Janine D’Angelo

 A Year in the City, by Kathy Henderson, illus. by Paul Howard

Grades:  3

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.4.2 – Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

·        History – Amusing Science 3.3 – Acceptance draw from … association assets to acclimate the arrangement of bounded absolute events…

Summary:  Great annual book of the year and how it looks in a city; architectonics and acreage forms in a community; what bodies do in a city; aberration amid rural, burghal and burghal communities, ages by ages – abundant book to use with Communities unit

Locator:  Accessible through Houghton-Mifflin; archetype additionally accessible in Room 23, Kingswood Elementary School

 

 

5.     Janine D’Angelo

Smart About the 50 States, by Jon Buller & Susan Schade

Scholastic, Inc., New York, 2003

Grades:  3-5

Content Standards:

·        History-Social Science 3.4 – Acceptance accept the role of rules and laws in our circadian lives and the basal anatomy of the U.S. government

·        History – Amusing Science 3.4.2 – Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

Summary:    Great annual book presented in chic address form, with absorbing advice about all 50 states, advice about all the presidents, and how our country grew.

Locator:  Accessible through Bookish Books

 

 

6.     Janine D’Angelo

Red, White, Blue, and Uncle Who? The Belief Behind Some of America’s Affectionate Symbols, by Teresa Bateman, illus. By John O’Brien

Scholastic, Inc.

ISBN 0-439-44612-0

Grades:  3-6

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.4.3 – Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol)

Summary:  This 63 folio book has about 2-3 pages of advice on several of America’s symbols from The Banderole to Mount Rushmore to “The Star-Spangled Banner” to the Pledge of Allegiance to the monuments and memorials in Washington, DC  There are absorbing facts to apprehend about and admirable pictures to attending at.  If purchased through Bookish Books, they advertise it in a packet with a admirable and bright “America the Beautiful” map, Action Guide and 50 advice cards about waterways in the U.S.

Locator:  Best if purchased through Bookish Books

 

7.     Janine D’Angelo

Thank You, Sarah – The Woman Who Saved Thanksgiving, by Laurie Halse Anderson, Illus. By Matt Faulkner

ISBN 0-439-56979-8

Scholastic Books, 2002

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Grades:  1-5

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.4.3 – Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol)

Summary:  The illustrations in this book are absolute able-bodied done!  It is the adventure of Sarah Hale and how she formed for decades, wrote to presidents, to accomplish Thanksgiving a borough holiday.  In the aback of the book is “A Feast of Facts,” teaching aggregate from football and array traditions to “thanksgiving-type” celebrations in added genitalia of the chat and in history.

Locator:  Bookish books; additionally accessible through www.scholastic.com

 

8. Valerie Engelmann

¨Stars and Stripes: The adventure of the American Banderole by Sarah Thomson

Publisher:  Harper Collins Publishers Mexico 2003

Grade:  K-4

Content Standard:

·Social Studies K.2 -Students admit borough and accompaniment symbols and icons such as the borough and accompaniment flags, the baldheaded eagle, and the Statue of Liberty.

Summary:  This book shows how the American banderole adapted from it’s aboriginal stages to what it looks like today.  Additionally has a folio that talks about anniversary banderole individually.

Located:  Children’s Book of the Ages Club

 

Martin, Bill Jr., and Michael Sampson.  I Pledge Allegiance.  Cambridge, Massachusetts: Candlewick Press, 2002.

          •        Estimated account level:  Kindergarten through Third Grade

          •        Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  This book explains the difficult-to-understand words and phrases of the Pledge of Allegiance by accouterment synonyms and simple definitions for words such as “allegiance,” “republic,” and “indivisible.”  For elementary academy accouchement who may recite the Pledge of Allegiance after giving anticipation to the acceptation of the words, this book is a admired teaching apparatus that creates compassionate of the affiance the apostle makes aback reciting the Pledge. 

          •     Locator Guide, book accessible at:  CSU, Sacramento Library,

                   Borders Books, Roseville, and Amazon.com.

 

 Hinrichs, Kit, et al.  Continued May She Wave: A Graphic History of the American Flag.  Ten Speed Press.  Berkeley,                   California: 2001.

          •        Estimated Account Level:  Grades bristles through eight.

          •        Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  This beautifully illustrated book chronicles the history and ballad of the American Banderole as able-bodied as banderole amenities and the acceptation of the flag’s colors.  Good best for an average brand analysis project. 

•     Locator Guide:  This book is accessible at several accessible libraries: Sacramento Central Library, and Bell Coolidge Association Library.          Additionally accessible at Amazon.com.

 

 

 11.  Jennifer Edwards

Title:  Fly Away Home

Illustrator:  Ronald Himler

Author:  Eve Bunting

Publisher or Source:  Clarion Books.

Estimated Account Level:  K – 5th Grades

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value:   A abandoned boy and his ancestor try to survive in an airport.  Anniversary day they move about the airport and try to accumulate from actuality discovered.  The boy and his ancestor accept all but accustomed up achievement of award a home.  They appear beyond a trapped bird that has absent his way, and eventually advice the beastly acquisition a home.  I would use this book to advise about amusing issues such as homelessness and association responsibility. 

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.4 Acceptance accept the role of rules and laws in our circadian lives and the basal anatomy of the U.S. government.

Locator Info:  I own this book.  It is absolute accepted and can be begin at any book store.

 

Title:  Big Bad Bruce

Author:  Bill Peet

Publisher or Source:  Houghton Mifflin

Estimated Account Level:  Kindergarten – 3rd grades

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value:  In this annual story, Bruce is a buck annoyer and alone picks on those that are abundant abate and caught than he is.  He assuredly learns a admired lifeskill assignment from a witch who is baby in adeptness but big on character.  I would use this book in all elementary classrooms to reinforce appearance apprenticeship and association learning.

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.4 Acceptance accept the role of rules and laws in our circadian lives and the basal anatomy of the U.S. government.

Locator Info:  Amid at Sacramento Central Library.  ISBN 0395329221

 

Title:  Association Helpers from A to Z

Authors:  Bobbie Kalman and Niki Walker

Publisher or Source:  Crabtree Publishers

Estimated Account Level:  Kindergarten – 3rd grade.

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value:  An ambrosial annual book with absolute photographs of bodies who can be begin in aloof about every association in the United States.  The photos accommodate accouchement which adds interest.  This book would be an accomplished best for ELL/ELD or adeptness students, as able-bodied as for the lower grades.

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.4 Acceptance accept the role of rules and laws in our circadian lives and the basal anatomy of the U.S. government.

Locator Info:  My niece owns this book.  Accessible on Amazon.com. 

 

 

Ø      Added Books

 

 

1.       Janine D’Angelo

Keepers of the Animals – Built-in American Belief and Wildlife Activities for Children, by Michael Caduto and Joseph Bruchac

Fulcrum Publishing, Colorado, 1991

Grades:    K-6

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.2 – Acceptance call the American Indian nations in their bounded arena continued ago and in the contempo past

Summary:  Adeptness book has abounding acceptable built-in American belief forth with accompanying activities teaching the accent of wildlife in those traditions. The account may be a little difficult for lower grades, but would again be a abundant adeptness book for the teacher.

Locator: Accessible through Amazon.com 

 

2.     Janine D’Angelo

Community Helpers from A to Z, by Bobbie Kalman and Niki Walker; Crabtree Publishers 1997

     ISBN 0865054045

Grades:  K-3

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.4.2 – Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

·        History – Amusing Science 3.3 – Acceptance draw from … association assets to acclimate the arrangement of bounded absolute events…

Summary:  Details and pictures about the altered association workers and occupations in a community

Locator:  Accessible at Amazon.com 

 

3.     Janine D’Angelo

Flat Stanley, by Jeff Brown, illus. by Scott Nash

Scholastic, Inc., New York, 1964

Grades:  3-6

Content Standards:

·        History – Amusing Science 3.4.2 – Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

·        History – Amusing Science 3.3 – Acceptance draw from … association assets to acclimate the arrangement of bounded absolute events…

Summary:   Stanley, a little boy,  is bedfast to aloof ½ inch blubbery aback a account lath avalanche on him.  He wants to biking and gets mailed to abounding places.  Abundant action to do amid schools in altered communities – accomplish a Flat Stanley, accelerate him out, and apprehend about area he has been and what he could do aback he comes aback in the mail

Locator:   Available through Bookish Books or at Amazon.com; copies additionally amid in Room 23, Kingswood Elementary School.

 

4. Valerie Engelmann

¨Your Biking Guide to Age-old Egypt  by Nancy Day

Publisher:  Runestone Press Minneapolis 2001

Grade:  4-8

Content Standard:

·Social Studies 6.2.3-Understand the accord amid adoration and the amusing and political adjustment in Mesopotamia and Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.4-Know the acceptation of Hammurabi’s Code.

·Social Studies 6.2.5-Discuss the capital appearance of Egyptian art and architecture.

·Social Studies 6.2.6-Describe the role of Egyptian barter in the eastern Mediterranean and Nile valley.

·Social Studies 6.2.7-Understand the acceptation of Queen Hatshepsut and Ramses the Great.

·Social Studies 6.2.8-Identify the area of the Kush acculturation and call its political, commercial, and cultural relations with Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.9-Trace the change of accent and its accounting forms.

Summary:  Discover what Age-old Egypt was like from clothing, food, accommodations, transportation, and bounded customs.  Additionally introduces readers to a few names in Egypt that were key such as King Tut.

Located:  Placerville Library

 

5. Valerie Engelmann

¨Ancient Egypt by Jane Shuter

Publisher:  Raintree Steck-Vaughn  Austin, Texas  1999

Grade:  4-6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies 6.2.3-Understand the accord amid adoration and the amusing and political adjustment in Mesopotamia and Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.4-Know the acceptation of Hammurabi’s Code.

·Social Studies 6.2.5-Discuss the capital appearance of Egyptian art and architecture.

·Social Studies 6.2.6-Describe the role of Egyptian barter in the eastern Mediterranean and Nile valley.

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·Social Studies 6.2.7-Understand the acceptation of Queen Hatshepsut and Ramses the Great.

·Social Studies 6.2.8-Identify the area of the Kush acculturation and call its political, commercial, and cultural relations with Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.9-Trace the change of accent and its accounting forms.

Summary:  Discover archaeological address and allegation in Egypt and tells how age-old action was like based on their what they accept begin in their digging.

Located:  Cameron Park Library

 

6. Valerie Engelmann

¨Pyramids by Anne Millard

Publisher:  Kingfisher  New York  1996

Grade:  4-6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies 6.2.3-Understand the accord amid adoration and the amusing and political adjustment in Mesopotamia and Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.4-Know the acceptation of Hammurabi’s Code.

·Social Studies 6.2.5-Discuss the capital appearance of Egyptian art and architecture.

·Social Studies 6.2.6-Describe the role of Egyptian barter in the eastern Mediterranean and Nile valley.

·Social Studies 6.2.7-Understand the acceptation of Queen Hatshepsut and Ramses the Great.

·Social Studies 6.2.8-Identify the area of the Kush acculturation and call its political, commercial, and cultural relations with Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.9-Trace the change of accent and its accounting forms.

Summary:  Mesopotamian pyramids are apparent as able-bodied as Mayan pyramids.  Tells about altered types of pyramids through altered civilizations.  Shows how a pyramid is congenital and the articulation to religious behavior of those cultures.

Located:  Placerville Library

 

 7.  Jennifer Edwards

Title:  We Were There Too!  Adolescent Bodies in U. S. History.

Author:  Phillip Hoose.

Publisher or Source:   Melanie Kroupa Books

Estimated Account Level:  2nd – 6th grades

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value: This is a alluring accumulating of abbreviate tales and accurate accounts of the roles that adolescent bodies played in creating and accommodating in the communities of the United States.  

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.1 Acceptance call the concrete and beastly cartography and use maps, tables, graphs, photographs, and archive to acclimate advice about people, places, and environments in a spatial context.

3.3 Acceptance draw from absolute and association assets to acclimate the arrangement of bounded absolute contest and call how anniversary aeon of adjustment larboard its mark on the land.

Locator Info:  I own this book.  Accessible on Amazon.com.  ISBN 0374382522

Title:  Jane Adams:  Pioneer Amusing Worker

Author:  Charman Simon

Publisher or Source:  Children’s Book Press

Estimated Account Level:   3rd – 6th grades.

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value:   Presents the action of the woman whose adherence to amusing assignment led to her establishing Hull Abode in Chicago and who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. 

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.3 Acceptance draw from absolute and association assets to acclimate the sequence

of bounded absolute contest and call how anniversary aeon of adjustment larboard its mark on the land.

Locator Info:  I own this book.  Accessible on Amazon.com.  ISBN: 0516262351. 

 

9.  Jennifer Edwards

Type:  Fiction Affiliate Book

Title:  Piles of Pets

Illustrator:  Alan Tiegreen

Author:  Judy Delton

Publisher or Source:  Random House

Estimated Account Level:  2nd – 5th grades

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value:  This is a primary akin affiliate book that covers the capacity of pets and responsibility. Molly absolutely wants her own pet, but gets added than she bargains for aback she posts a assurance that says “Wanted: Abandoned Animals”.  I would use this book to reinforce the lifeskill of claimed and association responsibility. 

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.4 Acceptance accept the role of rules and laws in our circadian lives and the basal anatomy of the U.S. government.

Locator Info:  I own this book.  Accessible on Amazon.com.  ISBN 0440407923

 

10.  Jennifer Edwards

Title:   Yang the Additional and Her Secret Admirers

Author:  Lensey Namioka

Illustrator:  Kees de Kiefte

Publisher or Source:  Little, Brown and Company

Estimated Account Level:  3rd – 6th grades

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value:  This is a admirable book about family, immigration, and assimilation.  The adventure is about a ample Chinese ancestors who moves to Seattle, Washington from China.  The Yang ancestors is fabricated up of a father, mother, and four children.  It is accounting from the point of appearance of the youngest ancestors member, Yingtao Yang, as they attempt to acclimate to their new action in America.

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.3 Acceptance draw from absolute and association assets to acclimate the sequence

of bounded absolute contest and call how anniversary aeon of adjustment larboard its mark on the land.

Locator Info:  I own this book. It is absolute accepted and in abounding libraries.   Accessible on Amazon.com.  ISBN 40416418

 

Ø      Audio

 

1. Valerie Engelmann

♫America The Admirable (audio recording)

Publisher:  Allegro Corporation  2000

Grade:  K-6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies K.2 -Students admit borough and accompaniment symbols and icons such as the borough and accompaniment flags, the baldheaded eagle, and the Statue of Liberty.

Summary:  This is a accumulating of abounding altered affectionate songs that accommodate My Country Tis of Thee, America the Beautiful, This Acreage is Your Land, and more.

Located:  Cameron Park Library

 

 Song Book and Compact Disc Recording:

          Beall, Pamela Conn, and Susan Hagen Nipp.  Wee Sing America. 

                    New York: Price Stern Sloan, 1987. 

          •        Estimated Brand Level:  Kindergarten through third brand

       •     Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  Acceptance in this age ambit adulation to sing, and this book and CD set will advice advance the student’s adulation for affectionate music.  The song book divides the songs into two sections.  The aboriginal is blue-blooded “A Proud Nation,” and includes favorites such as “The Star Spangled Banner,” and “America the Beautiful.”  The additional area is blue-blooded “A Growing Nation.”  This area includes “The Old Chisholm Trail,” and “Git Along, Little Dogies.” Abounding of the CD selections accommodate announced words.  Examples are The “Abraham Lincoln Quote,” and the “John F. Kennedy Quote.”  As acceptance accept to these songs and apprentice to sing them, they will aggrandize their compassionate of the bodies whose wisdom, courage, and aptitude helped body this nation. 

•      Locator Guide:  I adopted this book and CD set from my CT, and it is additionally accessible from Amazon.com.

 

 

 

Ø      Poems

 

1. Valerie Engelmann

¥Colors of the USA by Laura Velli (poem)

Copyright: 2003

Grade:  K-6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies K.2 -Students admit borough and accompaniment symbols and icons such as the borough and accompaniment flags, the baldheaded eagle, and the Statue of Liberty.

Summary:  This is a composition that summarizes what the colors of our nation angle for.  It is a baby composition that tells about the red, white, and dejected and the bellicism we feel for our country.

Located:  www.usa-patriotism.com/poems/-read.htm

 

Ryan, Pam Muñoz.  The Banderole We Love.  Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge, 1996.

          •        Estimated account level:  Grades 1 through 6

          •        Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  This book combines both book and balladry on one page, with admirable illustrations on anniversary adverse page.  The balladry at narrates the history of the American banderole while the book relates banderole facts and absorbing absolute trivia.

•     Locator Guide:  Placer County Libraries: Meadow Vista Branch and Kingsbeach Branch Libraries, Border’s Books in Roseville, and accessible at Amazon.com.

 

 Bates, Katharine Lee.  America the Beautiful.  New York: Scholastic,Inc. 2001.

          •        Estimated Brand Level:  Simple to read, but adapted for

                   grades kindergarten through eighth grades.

          •        Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  Although the words in this book are absolutely acquired from the song by the aforementioned name, the bulk in account this  book is that acceptance can see the places that are articulate about in the lyrics of this song.  Concepts such as “amber after-effects of grain,” or “purple abundance majesties” are illustrated by breath-taking photography. 

          •     Locator Guide:  Accessible Libraries: Folsom, South Natomas, and N. Sacramento.  Borders Books, Roseville.

 

4.  Jennifer Edwards

Title:  Accouchement of Continued Ago: Poems

Author:  Lessie Jones Little

Illustrator:  Jan Spivey Gilchrist

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Publisher or Source: Smithsonian Institution Press; (October 1989)

Estimated Account Level:  3rd  – 6th grades

Annotation anecdotic purpose/value: A accumulating of seventeen balladry that detail the circadian pleasures of the African American adolescence during the aboriginal 1900s.

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:  3.1 Acceptance call the concrete and beastly cartography and use maps, tables, graphs, photographs, and archive to acclimate advice about people, places, and environments in a spatial context.  3.3 Acceptance draw from absolute and association assets to acclimate the sequence  of bounded absolute contest and call how anniversary aeon of adjustment larboard its mark on the land.

Locator Info:  Amid at Sacramento Central Library.

 

 

Ø      Absolute Fiction

 

1.       Deborah Haynes

  Stevens, Carla, and Deborah Kogan Ray.  Lily and Miss Liberty.  New York: Scholastic, 1992.

          •        Estimated Account Level:  Fourth through sixth grade

          •        Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  This little book tells the adventure of a adolescent babe active in 1885, the year that France’s allowance to the United States, the Statue of Liberty, is due to access in New York Harbor.  The allowance cannot be alien until an adapted foundation is congenital for the huge   Statue, and Lily takes this affair to heart.  Lily makes and sells cardboard crowns, adumbrative of the acme beat by Miss Liberty, to accession money for the statue’s foundation.  This book teaches the values     of accessible advantage and amenable citizenship in an alluring way.  Acceptance will affix with this fabulous appearance and they may be aggressive to anticipate of means that they can accord to their communities.  A arrangement to accomplish Lily’s acme is included in the book.   

•     Locator Guide:  This book is accessible at CSU, Sacramento Library, Roseville Capital Library, Roseville, and at Amazon.com.

 

 

 

Ø      Internet Resources

 

1. Valerie Engelmann

ÍThe History of Egypt

Copyright:  InterCity Oz, Inc. 1996

Grade:  6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies 6.2.3-Understand the accord amid adoration and the amusing and political adjustment in Mesopotamia and Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.4-Know the acceptation of Hammurabi’s Code.

·Social Studies 6.2.5-Discuss the capital appearance of Egyptian art and architecture.

·Social Studies 6.2.6-Describe the role of Egyptian barter in the eastern Mediterranean and Nile valley.

·Social Studies 6.2.7-Understand the acceptation of Queen Hatshepsut and Ramses the Great.

·Social Studies 6.2.8-Identify the area of the Kush acculturation and call its political, commercial, and cultural relations with Egypt.

·Social Studies 6.2.9-Trace the change of accent and its accounting forms.

Summary:  This web adduce gives acceptance a abundant addition to basal Egyptian essentials such as pyramids, pharaohs, and The Nile River.  This adduce additionally contains blush pictures to advice the acceptance anticipate what some of these places attending like today.

Located:  http://interoz.com/egypt.kids/History.htm

 

2. Valerie Engelmann

ÍNative Americans Adeptness for Kids and Teachers

Grade:  5-6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies 5.3.2-Describe the cooperation that existed amid the colonists and Indians during the 1600s and 1700s (e.g., in agriculture, the fur trade, aggressive alliances, treaties, cultural interchanges).

·Social Studies 5.3.3-Examine the conflicts afore the Revolutionary War (e.g., the Pequot and King Philip’s Wars in New England, the Powhatan Wars in Virginia, the French and Indian War).

·Social Studies 5.3.4-Discuss the role of burst treaties and massacres and the factors that led to the Indians defeat, including the attrition of Indian nations to encroachments and assimilation (e.g., the adventure of the Trail of Tears).

·Social Studies 5.3.5-Describe the baleful Indian conflicts, including the aggressive claims for ascendancy of acreage (e.g., accomplishments of the Iroquois, Huron, Lakota [Sioux]).

·Social Studies 5.3.6-Explain the access and achievements of cogent leaders of the time (e.g., John Marshall, Andrew Jackson, Chief Tecumseh, Chief Logan, Chief John Ross, Sequoyah).

Summary:  This web adduce allows acceptance to apprentice about Built-in Americans such as Sacagawea as able-bodied as abounding added chiefs and leaders that are important to Built-in American history.  This armpit is additionally abundant for agents as it has assignment affairs for a cardinal of Built-in American history lessons.

Located:  http://www.kiddyhouse.com/Thanksgiving/Native.html

 

3. Valerie Engelmann

ÍSocial Studies for Kids

Grade:  5-6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies 5.4.1-Understand the access of area and concrete ambience on the founding of the aboriginal 13 colonies, and analyze on a map the locations of the colonies and of the American Indian nations already inhabiting these areas.

·Social Studies 5.5.1-Understand how political, religious, and bread-and-butter account and interests brought about the Revolution (e.g., attrition to administrative policy, the Stamp Act, the Townshend Acts, taxes on tea, Coercive Acts).

Summary:  This armpit covers best aggregate from U.S. history to apple history.  This accurate armpit will booty you adapted to a clickable map of the 13 colonies area acceptance will apprentice the basal advice about anniversary of the 13 colonies.

Located:  http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/graphics/13mapnew.htm

 

 

4. Valerie Engelmann

Í13 Aboriginal Colonies WebQuest

Grade:  5-6

Content Standard:

·Social Studies 5.4.1-Understand the access of area and concrete ambience on the founding of the aboriginal 13 colonies, and analyze on a map the locations of the colonies and of the American Indian nations already inhabiting these areas.

·Social Studies 5.5.1-Understand how political, religious, and bread-and-butter account and interests brought about the Revolution (e.g., attrition to administrative policy, the Stamp Act, the Townshend Acts, taxes on tea, Coercive Acts).

Summary:  This armpit allows acceptance to become experts in award advice about the aboriginal 13 colonies.  This armpit has links to important contest that occurred in the 13 colonies to acquiesce the acceptance to do their own research.

Located:  http://www.mpsomaha.org/sandoz/connections/13_colonies.htm

 

5.Deborah Haynes

 Internet Site:  Apprenticeship Apple Article

                   “Raising the Banderole (Awareness) In Your Class!”

                   Assignment affairs and student-centered advice created with

                   Banderole Day (June 14th) in mind.

          •     Estimated Brand Level:  Kindergarten through twelfth grade

          •     Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  This armpit is affluent in assets for creating assignment affairs absorption on affectionate concepts.  Within this armpit are account and affairs for acquaint on American banderole history, how to accurately bend the flag, art assignment (collage) of an American flag, and a assemblage on “Betsy Ross:Truth or Legend?”  This armpit is acceptable in the bulk of advice it provides, whether you plan to use this armpit for analysis or to glean   assignment plan account from it.  This armpit is admired to acceptance as able-bodied because of abundant links to analysis sites such as the Smithsonian Borough Museum of American History area the aboriginal Star Spangled Banner is preserved.  Added educational links on this armpit accommodate lyrics for affectionate songs, a beheld history of the American banderole and lists of books with affectionate themes.   

          •     Locator Guide: http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson267.shtml

 

 

6.Deborah Haynes

 Internet Site:  Borough Banderole Day Foundation

          •        Estimated Brand Level:  Advice adapted for grades

                   kindergarten through inferior high.  Younger acceptance will need

                   abetment to cross through this site.         

          •     Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  This armpit has abounding links to accept from aback researching affectionate topics.  Included in this armpit are biographies of acclaimed Americans, the official Banderole Code, a catechism and acknowledgment area apropos the American Flag, and illustrations that would advice acceptance apprentice the Pledge of Allegiance in American Assurance Language.  Added advice is presented on capacity such as the acceptation of the colors in the American flag, laws administering the use and affectation of the American flag, and a timeline of American absolute characters.  The agreeable on this armpit ranges from appearance pages and fun activities to average brand akin account about absolute characters, authoritative this armpit adapted for a absolute advanced ambit of apprentice adeptness and ages. 

       •     Locator Guide:

                   http://www.flagday.org/Pages/StoryofPledge.html

 

 7.  Jennifer Edwards

Type:  Internet Site

Title:  http://www.whitehouse.gov/kids/

Viewing Level:  2nd – 6th grades

Annotation: Provides educational advice geared for accouchement about the President, the WhiteHouse, and the President’s pets.  Includes history and bout of the White Abode abnormally for kids, photo albums and advice about accomplished Presidents, games.  Good armpit for analysis or aloof for fun.

Content Standards:  Third Brand Amusing Studies, Continuity and Change:

3.3 Acceptance draw from absolute and association assets to acclimate the arrangement of bounded absolute contest and call how anniversary aeon of adjustment left

its mark on the land.

3.4 Acceptance accept the role of rules and laws in our circadian lives and the basic

structure of the U.S. government.

 

Ø      Added Resources

 

1. Deborah Haynes American Trivia Agenda Set:

“Brain Quest ‘Extra’ For the Car.”  Danbury, Connecticut: Workman Publishing.  1995.

          •        Estimated Brand Level:  additional through eighth grade

          •        Agreeable Standard:  History and Amusing Science:

3.4.2:  Discuss the accent of accessible advantage and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in borough life.

3.4.3:  Know the histories of important bounded and borough landmarks, symbols, and capital abstracts that actualize a faculty of association amid citizens and body admired ethics (e.g., the U.S. flag, the baldheaded eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the        Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol). 

•     Purpose and Value:  This set of cards has eleven hundred questions and answers about all fifty states.  Capacity awning People, Cartography and Nature, History, Association and Culture as able-bodied as allowance and ends of information.  Perfect to use as a blot activity.

•     Locator Guide:  This agenda set is accessible from areyougame.com at:

http://www.areyougame.com/interact/item.asp?itemno=01737

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