The dynamic primary source maps, letters, and images provide authentic nonfiction reading materials and keep students interested in learning. Learn how the gold rush shaped california’s population, economy, citizens, and cities with this primary source book that builds students’ reading skills and social studies content knowledge.
What Was the Gold Rush?Penguin Workshop #ad - Hear the stories about the gold-seeking "forty-niners!" With black-and white illustrations and sixteen pages of photos, a nugget from history is brought to life! Grosset Dunlap. In 1848, 000 people from all over the world, gold was discovered in California, attracting over 300, some who struck it rich and many more who didn't.
The California Gold Rush True BooksChildrens Pr #ad - An age appropriate grades 3-5 introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects and a robust resource section that encourages independent study is included. Grosset Dunlap. A true book: westward expansion takes readers on an amazing journey to a fascinating time in U. S. History when the country was experiencing dynamic change and expanding westward.
This book provides the keys to discovering the important people, places and events that helped shape the western United States.
If You Were a Kid During the California Gold Rush If You Were a KidChildren's Press #ad - Readers ages 7-9 will get an up-close look at life during the California Gold Rush as they follow the adventures of Louise and Feng, two kids living in mining camp near San Francisco. Grosset Dunlap. Learn how prospectors mined for gold, what life was like in mining camps, and much more. In 1848, gold was discovered in a california river, kicking off a period of time when thousands of people traveled to the West Coast with dreams of getting rich.
Gold! Gold from the American River!: January 24, 1848: The Day the Gold Rush Began Actual TimesSquare Fish #ad - When james marshall found a small, soft, shiny stone in a California stream, he knew it could only be one thing: gold! His cry of discovery would be heard around the world. In the third installment of don brown's actual times series, the laborious process of panning for gold, the success of savvy entrepreneurs, and the fortunes of the marginalized, Gold! Gold from the American River! is the story of the California gold rush―the uncharted journey across hostile land, from slaves and American Indians to women and foreigners.
The California Gold Rush: A History Just For KidsCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - There they were, a line of men, one seated behind the other, moving slowly down a track. Grosset Dunlap. One half mile about 2500 feet above them, their coworkers worked with a large motor that released the tension on a length of rope and thus lowered them further and further down into the black depths below.
Kidcaps is an imprint of bookcaps study Guides; with dozens of books published every month, there's sure to be something just for you! Visit our website to find out more. And so begins the fascinating history of the Gold Rush! If you think the gold rush was all about money and getting rich, think again! Most people didn't get rich at all.
The California Gold Rush: A History Just For Kids #ad - . In this book, just for kids, you will find out what really happened during the gold rush. The tunnel that they were descending down wasn?t very high, so they had to watch their heads. They still had another 2500 feet to travel before they reached the bottom. These men are working to find and extract gold from the hard quartz rock in the Foothill Mountains of California.
The year is 1850 The long car carried the men down into the depths of the Empire Gold Mine outside of Grass Valley, California.
John Sutter and the California Gold Rush Graphic HistoryCapstone Press #ad - Grosset Dunlap. Eye-popping, comic book-style artwork and easy-to-read, nonfiction text offer an appealing, accessible alternative for struggling and reluctant readers or any graphic novel fan. An additional information section provides key facts and further understanding, making this book a must-have in any home, classroom, or library.
In this action-packed graphic novel, witness the discovery of gold at John Sutter's mill in 1848.
The California Gold Rush: An Interactive History Adventure You Choose: HistoryCapstone Press #ad - You are a new Englander with a bad case of gold fever. Will you strike it rich? Grosset Dunlap. Gold has been discovered in California, and you want to go claim some for yourself. The choices you make could lead you to treasure or trouble. Here's a chance to set off on your own quest for gold. Everything in this book happened to real people, but you are in control now and YOU CHOOSE what you do next.
There's Gold in Cali! What Happened during the Gold Rush? US History Books for Kids | Children's American HistoryBaby Professor #ad - What do you think happened when James W. Marshall found gold in california? it was chaos! Hundreds of thousands of people flocked to California to find gold, and with their influx, a new state was born. What’s the story of your state? How did it form? Grosset Dunlap. It’s amazing how such a find would result in the creation of a state that still exists today.
Social Studies Book for Kids - Great for School Projects and Book Reports Social Studies: Informational Text - Geography of CaliforniaTeacher Created Materials 28569 #ad - The intriguing primary source maps, documents, letters, and images provide authentic nonfiction reading materials and keep students interested in learning. Text features include a glossary, sidebars, captions, index, and table of contents. Students will learn about each of these regions with this primary source reader that builds students' reading skills and social studies content knowledge.
Beaches, mountains, farmlands, valleys, and deserts are all part of the unique geography of California. Additional features include Read and Respond and a culminating activity that prompt students to dive deeper into the text for additional reading and learning. Grosset Dunlap. This book connects to california state studies standards and the NCSS/C3 Framework and features appropriately leveled text to meet the needs of students reading at different levels.
Social Studies Book for Kids - Great for School Projects and Book Reports Primary Source Readers - California IndiansTeacher Created Materials - 29636 #ad - This book includes basic informational text features including a glossary, table of contents, an index, and reader's guide. Students will be intrigued by Native American history with this fascinating nonfiction title. Detailed primary source images in conjunction with easy-to-read text provide readers with an inviting reading and learning experience as they build their social studies knowledge.
Interest age range: 7 to 11 years old. Page count: 32 pages. Subjects: reading, social studies. Grosset Dunlap. This nonfiction books explores the history, and beliefs of California's American Indian tribes including the Chumash, customs, Yokuts, Hupa, Quechan, Tongva, culture, and Coso tribes. Reading level: third grade.