Children, ages 10 to 13, celebrate their region of the United States and consider the ways in which climate makes it a unique place.
Provides classroom connections, key concepts, connections to science standards, and additional resources.
What Are the Different Climate Types?
National Temperature and Precipitation Maps
National Agriculture in the Classroom
|Originating Source||National Center for Interactive Learning|
[Suggest a book]
The Mitsitam Cafe cookbook : recipes from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian by Richard Hetzler, Kevin Gover, Nicolasa I Sandoval, Renée Comet and National Museum of the American Indian (U.S.)
Salad people and more real recipes : a new cookbook for preschoolers and up by Mollie Katzen
Cooking rocks! : Rachel Ray's 30-minute meals for kids by Rachael Ray
50 states : a state-by-state tour of the USA by Erin McHugh, Alfred Schrier and Jeff Suntala
Stories from where we live. The Great Lakes by Sara St Antoine and Trudy H Nicholson
The South Atlantic Coast and Piedmont by Sara St Antoine and Trudy H Nicholson
The California coast by Sara St Antoine
Stories from where we live. The great North American prairie by Sara St Antoine
Earth's climate by Robin Birch