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Gallopade Brown v. Board of Education: I Want To Go To School! Book, Grades 4+
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Gallopade Brown v. Board of Education: I Want To Go To School! Book, Grades 4+

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  • Subject: History
  • Language: English
  • Title: Brown v. Board of Education: I Want To Go To School!
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Gallopade Brown v. Board of Education: I Want To Go To School! Book, Grades 4+
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Gallopade "Brown v. Board of Education: I Want To Go To School!" Book for grade 4 or above contains exciting facts and fun activities and the book is reproducible.

Gallopade "Brown v. Board of Education: I Want To Go To School!" Book by Carole Marsh has 28 pages and illustrates the discrimination of the black children. Paperback book offers ideas for lesson plans, hands-on activities, biographies and stories.

  • Subject: History
  • Language: English
  • Title: Brown v. Board of Education: I Want To Go To School!
  • No. of pages: 28
  • Author: Carole Marsh
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grades 4th and up/ages 9 - 17 years
  • Provides an in depth look at our nations history and one of the most significant judicial turning points
  • Book begins in 1950s in Topeka, Kansas but spread to many cities and towns as discriminatory laws mandated that black children could not attend the same schools as white children
  • Includes crossword puzzle, write about it!, do the math, decipher the code, matching, answer the questions
Specifications
School Grade Elementary
Language Options English
Subject and Theme History
Number of Pages 28
Type of Books Workbook
Type of Book Covers Paperback
Audience Students
Media Format Printed Book
Education Subject Matter Across the Curriculum
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