Much more social studies through children's literature: a collaborative approach

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The third entry in this series of teaching aids suggests 400 activities elementary school students can perform in conjunction with 45 trade books on self-perception, family, community, history, geography, animals, and international cultures. The final two sections provide theater scripts for children to read aloud and reproducible handouts. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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