Student Activity Guide for the 4th-Grade Textbook | Wisconsin Historical Society

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Student Activity Guide for the 4th-Grade Textbook

'Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story'

Activity 6, page one from the guide.

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See sample pages from Chapter 6 of the Student Activity Guide for "Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story"


Student Activity Guide - 'Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story'

By Bobbie Malone and Mary Mullen


Paperback: $39.95

ISBN: 978-0-87020-396-1

252 pages, 8.5" x 11"

300 illustrations


DVD: $39.95

ISBN: 978-0-87020-469-2

DVD requires Adobe Reader 9.3

The Student Activity Guide for "Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story" brings each chapter of this textbook alive for Wisconsin teachers and students!

With reproducible worksheets that guide students through essential questions, the Student Activity Guide makes the textbook material accessible to all learners while addressing a wide variety of Wisconsin Academic Standards.

Features of the Student Activity Guide

  • Primary Sources at Your Fingertips
    Students will see fascinating excerpts from letters, journals, and autobiographies as well as pictures, maps, and other documents presented in small, easy-to-teach chunks.
  • Activities for Every Learning Style
    Cross-curricular activities make the textbook material accessible to all learners. These include drawing, hands-on work, modeling, simulation, computer/Internet, map-work, drama, games, and music.
  • All Activities Now on DVD
    The DVD includes all of the textbook's Student Activity Guide materials in a digital format, for both print outs and smart boards. Along with the DVD, you'll also receive the "Thinking Like a Historian" instructional video and additional textbook activities. If you purchase a classroom set, you'll be able to choose between the printed or digital Student Activity Guide.

Update to the Guide

Revised since publishing: Activity 6 from Chapter 2 of the printed Student Activity Guide was revised in September 2010. Download the revision below.

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