Ellis Island and Immigration for Kids: A History with 21 Activities (For Kids series) (Paperback)

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Ellis Island and Immigration for Kids: A History with 21 Activities (For Kids series) (Paperback)

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Ellis Island and Immigration for Kids explores all angles of immigration and its history in the United States.
 
Readers will learn about the establishment of Ellis Island and its forerunner, Castle Garden, as well as the western immigration station, Angel Island. Along with activities to further enrich kids’ knowledge of immigration, this book gives its readers a thorough understanding of its impact on the United States from the earliest arrivals to today.
 
Activities include instructions on writing a letter home after a journey in steerage to graphing and comparing immigrant populations since the first US census in 1790. This book will help kids gain an appreciation of immigration’s impact on the United States, as well as challenge them to reflect on their own feelings about this important issue.

Readers will broaden their understanding of issues that center on immigration with cross-curriculum activities, such as poetry and letter writing, graphing, and other math analyses.
Jean Daigneau is the author of Code Cracking for Kids and has contributed to numerous children’s publications including Highlights,Fun for Kidz, and Children’s Book Insider–Genre Spotlight. She has over 20 years’ experience working with children in elementary school libraries and afterschool programs. Visit her at www.jeandaigneau.com.
Product Details ISBN: 9781641604680
ISBN-10: 1641604689
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Publication Date: January 25th, 2022
Pages: 144
Language: English
Series: For Kids series
"A useful, informative overview of American immigration." — Booklist

"This large-format book is packed with an astonishing array of information that will benefit adults as well." — Akron Beacon Journal