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Kids Discover Magazine: Civil Rights (Paperback) [Ex-Library]
"Slavery in the United States ended in 1865 with the end of the Civil War. But that was not the end of the mistreatment of African Americans.—from "We Shall Overcome..." (page 2)
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ACCEPTABLE [EX-LIBRARY]: This is an ex-library copy of the magazine, so it has library stickers and stamps still visible. However, the activity sheets at the back are free of writing.
Kids Discover was established in 1991. Its targeted age range is 7-12 (Grades 2-6), but it can be used with older students as kicking-off points for more in-depth study. For this reason, these magazines make great foundations for unit studies.
Each issue includes a centerfold poster about the subject, and there are usually two pages in the back dedicated to activities, such as word searches, cross-word puzzles, and quizzes. There’s also a list for further reading.
The remaining pages, usually done in two-page spreads, cover the subject and are colorfully illustrated.
For this issue:
- “We Shall Overcome…”
- The Rise of Segregation
- Birth of a Movement
- Free in ’63?
- Triumph and tragedy
- Heroes of the Movement
- The Movement’s Legacy
- History – American
- Kids Discover Magazine
- Kids Discover Magazine
- Publish Date:
- February 2014 (Volume 24, Issue 2)
- Magazine Paperback
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- Grade Level:
- Grades 1-3, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6
- Educational Magazine Sub-Category:
- Kids Discover Magazine
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