California Early History/Grade 4 | Paperbackby Randy L. Womack (Author)
|List Price: ||$10.95 |
|Publisher: ||Amer Education Pub|
|Page Count: ||96 Pages|
|Publication Date: ||June 01, 1994|
|Sales Rank: ||1982677th|
- Early Callifornia History
- Native Americans
- African & Asian descent
There are 4 unique sections in this history book. These are the sections on Californians of Native American, Mexican, African and Asian descent, helping students to understand that the people are more important than the dates. The lessons are reinforced with maps, exercises, review questions and bonus activities. Grade level range: 4th-8th.
by Randy L. Womack (Author), Ryder Rodriguez (Illustrator)
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