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Tagssuffrage and racism. I would use this book to introduce this students on the topics of racism and segregation. To show them how life back then was different then it is now and how they should accept everyone no matter what skin color. (1), This would be a great book to use during math for the older grades. You can use this book to show multiplication rules. In the book they use factorials but that is too advanced for elementary so instead you can just have them multiply all the numbers. (1), This book would be a great story to use for an exponent lesson because since Sid the cat has six different dinners (1), This story can also be used as a supplement to teach exponents. Since the character in story starts with one grain of rice and every day for thirty days it is doubled so by the end you would have 2 to the thirtieth power. (1), This would be a great book for a social studies lesson on segregation (1), Coral Reefs would also be a great book to use for a science lesson. I really like the illustrations in the book because they are so cartoon like but yet the information next to the pictures is factual. There is also a facts page at the end of the books so (1), I really like this book and how it introduces imperial china in a fun and exciting way to the reader. I would use this in a social studies lesson on different cultures of the world. (1), I think this book is excellent because it has such nice illustrations but yet still educational. This book is written to allow the student to imagine themselves on the journey from Spain to the New World with Christopher Columbus. (1), I would use this book in a science lesson because it is about the sun rising and setting. With this book you can have in class chart displaying the times the sun sets and rises everyday and have this chart throughout the whole year. Then at the end they c (1), Morning Girl would be a great story to read during the immigration unit. The girl in the story has her life shattered when the European boats arrive. The class can get a feeling of what it was like coming to the New World. (1) — see all tags

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