Kids Speak Out About Immigration (Kobo eBook)
Ages 6-9, Grades 1-4, Guided Reading Level S, Lexile 650L
24 pages, 7 ½ inches x 10 inches
Features vibrant, full-color photographs
Includes a vocabulary list, review questions, glossary, index, and extension activity included
Reading/teaching tips included
Speaking Up: In Kids Speak Out About Immigration, your child will read about three courageous youth activists and how they used their voices to support of immigrant and refugee rights by giving speeches, teaching others, and contacting politicians.
Getting Involved: Along with sharing real-life stories of current young immigrant and refugee rights activists and helping 1st- through 4th-graders understand immigration, this 24-page book includes a list of 10 practical ways kids can take action.
Social Studies Reader: Supporting the C3 Framework State Standards, this book features intriguing social issues stories and builds reading comprehension with a vocabulary list, reading tips, teaching tips, review questions, and an extension activity.
Empowering Kids: Part of the Kids Speak Out series, this inspiring book highlights youth who are standing up for immigrant rights. Each title in the series shares real stories of kids who are changing the world and lists 10 ways to join the cause.
Why Rourke Educational Media: Since 1980, Rourke Publishing Company has specialized in publishing engaging and diverse non-fiction and fiction books for children in a wide range of subjects that support reading success on a level that has no limits.