These Books about Georgia for Kids are sure to please and fascinate your children as they learn all about the state of Georgia. The following books for children cover all aspects of the homeschool education coin – from picture books to workbooks; from learning to read to chapter books!
An illustrated (over 150 color photos), alphabetized record of every mineral (or mineral group) identified in the state. Under each entry is a county-by-county listing of every occurrence known, including both widespread species and obscure ones.
Say hello to Mr. Geo, everybody's favorite geography teacher! He loves to explore new places. Today he's visiting Georgia, the Peach State. His first stop is a peach festival to bake the world's biggest peach cobbler. Then he's headed to a farm to pick peanuts and pecans. He'll also explore the cities of Savannah and Atlanta. Join Mr. Geo and discover what makes Georgia a state to celebrate.
All her life, all Bird has ever wanted is to be noticed in her small town and to get to Disney World. As it turns out, Bird just might have a chance to realize at least one of her goals because of a state spelling bee, and she might get to make a friend along the way – a boy named Harlem Tate who has just moved to Freedom. Harlem seems like a kindred spirit – someone like Bird, whom people don't usually take the time to find the good in.
I'm Reading About Georgia is a 48-page colorful book that helps students learn what makes Georgia unique. I'm Reading about Georgia helps early readers learn fun and interesting facts about Georgia. The colorful illustrations, bold, vibrant art, kid-friendly text and photographs help bring the state to life.
What do the images on Georgia’s state seal stand for? How is Georgia’s state government organized? Who was Georgia named after? You can find the answers to these questions in Uniquely Georgia. This book contains all kinds of fun and fascinating facts and features that help make Georgia a one-of-a-kind place.
The Big Georgia Activity Book! 100+ activities, from Kindergarten-easy to Fourth/Fifth-challenging! This big activity book has a wide range of reproducible activities including coloring, dot-to-dot, mazes, matching. word search, and many other creative activities that will entice any student to learn more about Georgia.
As you travel through the Okefenokee Swamp, keep an eye out for Tiger Swallowtails and Brown Thrashers, and be sure to pick some Yellow Confederate Daisies before taking a nap under a Live Oak Tree. This is the Georgia that becomes a wondrous reality within the beautiful rhyming verses of Carol Crane and the colorful images of Mark Braught.
Welcome to Georgia! This charming and educational board book invites young readers to visit the Peach State's most exciting attractions and landmarks, including Providence Canyon, Etowah Indian Mounds, Appalachian Mountains, Okefenokee Swamp, Savanna River and river boat, Tybe Island Lighthouse, Georgia peaches, shrimp boats, fishermen, sea turtles, Blue Ridge Mountain, and more.
Georgia, Britains thirteenth and last American colony, played an important part in Americas early history. Founded as a debtors colony and later staunchly loyal to the King, much of Georgia colonys efforts were spent protecting Britains economic and political interests.
The last of the 13 original colonies to be established, Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River. Readers will trace the history of this remarkable state from its earliest settlement to its latest developments. They will also dive into the local culture, see the states many fascinating sights, and learn about its economy.
Did you know that the treasure of the infamous pirate Blackbeard is probably buried on one of the islands off Georgia? And did you know of the dastardly deed of Spanish privateers that provoked the War of Jenkins's Ear?
Regions and Rivers of Georgia for Grade 2 provides teachers with an informational text focused on Georgia state studies. It is appropriately leveled for different types of reading levels and features primary source materials.
This book is a narrative told from the point of view of a young girl who is showing her visiting cousin a Georgia coastal salt marsh. The children visit the marsh every day for four days, slowly building their knowledge of the ecosystem. As they make their way through the tall marsh grass, the two children slip and slide on marsh mud, discover clusters of ribbed mussels at the base of the grass, and watch as fiddler crabs skitter from burrow to burrow around the edge of a creek.