The Empire State Building is a Content-Based lesson fostering Literacy in Social Studies for 1st-3rd grade students that uses Nonfiction Informational Text and a balanced mix of lower and higher level hands-on activities to teach about the history of the Empire State Building as one of our American Symbols:
• Empire State Building COMPLETE Lesson-we provide all of the CONTENT!
• Questions to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• Reference Mapping using Cardinal Directions to plot points of interest on a New York Map
The Empire State Building, aligned with the Common Core Standards, can be purchased separately or as part of our 13-Lesson NATIONAL SYMBOLS UNIT
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