New York History
A mega bundle of New York History…this packet comes jam-packed full of New York history information: geography, timeline, Indian groups, government, major cities, interesting facts, stats, maps, graphs, etc…
Teach it for a year or semester…you choose. You determine how much or how little you want to teach.
Geography of the state of New York
United States map: students are to color New York and surrounding states
United States w/ New York colored
United States divided into regions
State of New York: you may want to make multiple copies for students
State of New York with landforms-2 kinds
State of New York with climate
State of New York ancestry
State of New York physical map
State of New York waters
Picture of Mt. Marcy, New York’s highest mountain
New York is divided into 13 geographical regions
Statistics on the state of New York relating to geographic features
Informational sheets for teachers
Information sheets for students
Worksheets for students
Locate NY on a map and know surrounding states
The region of United States that NY is located
Name the tallest mountain in New York
Name at least one river, lake, and ocean
Know the warmest city, snowiest city in New York
Teachers are to use maps 1-6 to introduce New York.
Map 1- Locate the State of New York and color it
Map 2- Teacher’s Map with New York colored.
~ Teacher explains the location of New York. Western Hemisphere. South of Canada, etc.
Map 3- Student’s map of the Northeast region of the United States. Students are to color New York.
Map 4- Regions of the United States
Map 5- Student’s map. Students are to color the region New York is in.
Map 6- State of New York. Make multi copies.
~ Students are to mark the major cities: New York City, Albany, Rochester, Buffalo, and Syracuse (students will need to know there locations on the map.)
~ Students are to mark the major rivers and mountains of New York. (Students will need to know their locations on the map.)
Map 7- Teacher points out the major cities of New York, Landscape of New York
Map 8- Simplify map of the landscapes of New York
Map 9 – New York Population. Use when teaching People of New York
Map 10- Ancestry. Use when teaching People of New York
Map 11- Good resource map
Map 12- Teacher points out the location of the different important rivers and lakes of New York.
Map 13- Teacher points out and discusses the different regions of New York. Worksheet for students to complete.
Map 14- NY Counties
FIRST PEOPLE OF NEW YORK
1. Map of United States (plain) and Indian Territory map
2. Map of New York (plain) and Indian tribe map
3. .Pictures depicting the way of life for the Indians of New York and their artifacts.
4.Teacher information sheets 1-3: loaded pack full of information…teach how you want to.
5.Student information sheets 1-3 -summarize version of teacher information sheets.
6. Student Worksheets
New York Timeline from 1524-present day. Includes a blank timeline section for teacher/student use
New York symbols and stats
1. New York Stats
2. New York’s population/ancestry w/maps
3. New York’s symbols
4. Top 5 cities in New York
5. New York Professional Sports
6. New York places
New York landmarks includes popular landmarks of New York and description of each. Also included is 911.
New York Government includes the assembly, constitution, Presidents who were from New York. Also, goods and resources, key agriculture and industries of New York.
New York Journal- students complete the journal to demonstrate what they have learned.