Ready-To-Go, High-Interest, Lexile-Appropriate, Informational Text Collections
To support your needs and provide solutions for your students, we have carefully selected sole-sourced, theme-based collections from our leading publishing partners (Capstone Press, Gareth Stevens, Lerner Publishing Group, Rosen Publishing, Cherry Lake, and TCM/Shell). These genre and topic bins focus on critical and creative thinking, using informational text across the content areas. They provide students avenues for developing a deep knowledge base and content-specific vocabulary, enabling them to become active participants in the global community, while meeting your need for differentiated instruction. Each themebased bin includes the storage bin, dividers, a bin label, and a set of matching book labels to help students put the books back where they belong. Includes readers about the Emancipation Proclamation, Louisiana Purchase, Ellis Island, battles of Bunker Hill and Gettysburg, California gold rush, and Boston Tea Party.
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What Was D-Day?
What Was Ellis Island?
The Rebellious Colonists and the Causes of the American Revolution
Battle for a New Nation: Causes and Effects of the Revolutionary War
Freedom from Slavery: Causes and Effects of the Emancipation Proclamation
Expanding a Nation: Causes and Effects of the Louisiana Purchase
Into the West: Causes and Effects of the U.S. Westward Expansion
Patriots and Redcoats: Stories of American Revolutionary War Leaders
The Revolutionary War: A Chronology of America's Fight for Independence
The U.S. Civil War on the Front Lines
World War I on the Front Lines
World War II on the Front Lines
In the Shadow of Lady Liberty: Immigrant Stories from Ellis Island
Life in America: Comparing Immigrant Experiences
The Biggest Battles of the Civil War
Heroes of the Civil War
The U.S. Civil War: A Chronology of a Divided Nation
Reconstruction: Outcomes of the Civil War
The Revolutionary War: Why They Fought
World War I: Why They Fought
World War II: Why They Fought
The U.S. Civil War: Why They Fought
Big Battles of World War II
U.S. History Through Infographics
The Battles of Lexington and Concord: First Shots of the American Revolution
The Battle of Bull Run
The California Gold Rush
The Great Depression
World War II US Homefront
The Attack on Pearl Harbor
The Battle of Bunker Hill
The Battle of Gettysburg
The Boston Tea Party
The Oregon Trail and Westward Expansion
The Underground Railroad
The War of 1812
The Battle of the Alamo
The Japanese Internment Camps
The Great Depression and World War II
Postwar United States
The Development of U.S. Industry
U.S. Growth and Change in the 19th Century
The United States Enters the 20th Century
- 45 books
- 1 bin
- Size: 13½"W by 13½"D by 7¾"H overall; tapers to 11¼"W by 10½"D by 5"H
- 2 bin dividers
- Size: frontA "13" by 6?"; rearA "13" by 7?"
- 1 bin label and label cover
- Size: 4¼" by 2¼"
- Stickers for every book