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Giant Map of New York State
This oversized vinyl floor map of New York state is a classroom-sized map on which you can explore, travel around, compete, collaborate and have lots of fun. The map require a school gym or large room for use. The map comes in one piece, and require no assembly. The map weighs about 30 pounds, dimensions 21' x 17'.
Giant Map of North America
The rich tapestry of North America, from the Canadian north to Panama awaits your students’ inquiring minds and fast feet. The North America map comes with two additional smaller maps of the Aleutian Islands in Alaska and the principle Hawaiian Islands. Weighs approximately 30 pounds, dimensions 20'x26'.
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New York State A collection of books, games, and reproducible resources for learning about the State of New York. 5 Books: MY FIRST POCKET GUIDE: NEW YORK/by Carole Marsh - Riddles; recipes, and surprising facts; LAND OF LIBERTY: NEW YORK/by Ellen Sturm - Illustrations and text present the history, geography, people, politics and government, economy, and social life and customs of the Empire State: MY FIRST BOOK ABOUT NEW YORK/by Carole Marsh - Covers State basics plus an introduction to history, people, and more. Provides activities, handouts, simple homework assignments, and more; THE BIG NEW YORK ACTIVITY BOOK/by Carole Marsh - Reproducibles and activities such as mazes, dot-to-dots, word searches, coloring, word, and other fun-to-do activities; NEW YORK NATIVE AMERICANS/by Carole Marsh - A kid's look at our state's chiefs, tribes, reservations, powwows, lore, and more from the past to the present;
1 Bingo Game (including Instructions/Answer mat, 36 Bingo cards, Purple Cover-ups, 38 Yellow call-out cards; and 16 Yellow rewards cards); 1 Empire State of New York poster.
E Is for Empire by From B is for Brooklyn Bridge to K is for Kodak and onward to T is for Fort Ticonderoga, E is for Empire is an alphabet book that introduces children and adults to New York State's history, culture, and landscape in a unique two-tiered approach. A quick rhyme offers children facts about New York from A to Z. Alongside each rhyme, older readers gain a deeper understanding of the topic by reading the longer expository text. Volume 1, By Ann E. Burg, illustrated by Maureen K. Brookfield.
Publication Date: 2003-04-01
The Battle of Saratoga by
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
Gives a play-by-play description of the Battle of Saratoga using atlas style maps and charts. Fought in 1777, this was the first major battle won by the Americans using techniques they learned from Native Americans. Author: Wendy Vierow. Reading Level 5, Interest Level 4-7
Grade Level: Primary, Elementary, Secondary
GIANT Map of New York State: 1
GIANT Map of North America: 1
Content Area: Social Studies
Subject: Geography, Geographical Reasoning