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This notebook is designed to aid students in organizing reports, drawings, pictures, and other items about his or her home state into a beautiful treasury of information. The notebook's outline format guides students through an entire course of state history. Your child will not only gain first-hand information, but is given the opportunity to learn good research skills as well. The introduction contains suggestions for additional projects and other resources. The notebook is divided into Facts, Symbols, Emblems (e.g., state flower, tree, flag) Geography, Population Industries, Jobs History, Government Miscellaneous, Field Trips, Photographs Suggested activities include Interviewing a new resident and an old resident Visiting the capital; making a time line Reporting on field trips Drawing the state flag, tree, bird, flower, and seal Creating graphs of various kinds Making a relief map Creating a climate map Learning about immigration into his own state This notebook provides many opportunities for a student to be creative and to make a finished project of which he or she will be proud. The cover of the binder has sleeves, so that the student's photos and/or artwork may be inserted. Printed on heavy-stock paper and laid out in old-fashioned scrapbook style.
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Book Description Hewitt Homeschooling Resources, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0913717614