By Marty DeJonghe and Caroline Earhart. Forty-seven hands-on, skill-building lessons lead students through the colorful, captivating history of the California Gold Rush while reinforcing key grammatical concepts. Lessons increase in skill level over the course of the book as topics progress chronologically from the initial discovery of gold at Sutter’s Mill (1848) to the invention of hydraulic mining (1880s). Activities emphasize critical thinking, problem solving, and team building, and can be easily differentiated. Includes teaching suggestions, background information, handy hints, vocabulary lists, and ways to enhance each lesson. Grades 3–5. Index. Glossary. 8½" x 11". Good Year. 142 pages. ©2014.
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This title is part of the series: GOLD NUGGETS
8½" x 11"