Basher History: States and Capitals is the follow-up title to the bestselling Basher History: U.S. Presidents. This unique and comprehensive guide to 50 states (plus DC and the six territories) presents each state in the hip Basher fashion. Who better than Basher to give each state a face, voice, and personality and to give kids a fun, unusual but really information-packedBasher History: States and Capitals is the follow-up title to the bestselling Basher History: U.S. Presidents. This unique and comprehensive guide to 50 states (plus DC and the six territories) presents each state in the hip Basher fashion. Who better than Basher to give each state a face, voice, and personality and to give kids a fun, unusual but really information-packed gazetteer of their country. From Alabama to Wyoming, and everywhere in between, each state boasts about why it is special, dishes fun facts not found elsewhere, and waxes poetics about its motto, state bird, flag, state flower, and more! Find out how Connecticut got to be called the Provision State, why Georgia is nuts about nuts and why Illinois is called the Land of Lincoln....
|Title||:||Basher History: States and Capitals: United We Stand|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Basher History: States and Capitals: United We Stand Reviews
I liked the States and Capitals book because it was fun! It made every state important by giving each state a fun fact about how the states got their names and capitals. It also gave each state a personality which I think would be a great way for the students to remember each state and their capitals. This book could be used in a lesson about comparing and contrasting. Each student could compare and contrast two states and give explanations on why. Also, this book could be used in an activity where each student picked a state and went in depth with their own research. I could incorporate a portion of this project with the students creating false facts of their chosen state and real facts about their state. The students could present their facts and false facts, and have the other students choose which one is real or not. This book would be appropriate for 3rd graders.
A fun facts books for young kids to get to know a little bit more about each state. This is a great book for young readers. It's filled with interesting, fun facts about what each state is known for, it's brief history, what makes it unique, when it became part of the US, it's motto, state bird, and so much more. There is a lot packed into this book. My kids have loved reading it. I learned some new things while reading it with my kids. This is a great book to have at home or in the classroom. Reviewed on Mundie Kids http://mundiekids.blogspot.com/2015/0...
great book !!!! i learned all kinds of interesting tid bits about the states and even the different territories in the u.s.