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Explore your state's unique history with an exciting classroom periodical designed especially for your fourth grade class. Every Studies Weekly publication is standards based for your peace of mind, and each weekly issue is filled with lessons, activities and stories designed to bring state history to life for your fourth graders. And Studies Weekly publications are part of an innovative learning program that combines fun and exciting lessons for students with a concise, cost-effective teaching program for teachers-more fun and less prep!
The Studies Weekly approach to teaching state history is like no other. Now you can teach your state's required standards in a fun and friendly format your students will love. And our publications have been proven to raise test scores-something everyone in education will appreciate. Students will eagerly devour each weekly unit as they page through exciting history lessons, aided by stunning illustrations that help them learn. And, unlike a textbook, they can mark and highlight right on their very own pages.
Studies Weekly is teacher friendly, with lesson-planning tools designed to help you meet required state standards, an exciting student edition that kids love, and extensive teacher materials that enrich and expand the lessons every week. In most cases, Studies Weekly covers 100% of your state's social studies standards and each weekly unit contains fun and challenging activities that can be used for in-class assignments or sent home with your students as homework. Because our publications are specifically written to cover your state's standards, there's more time to spend helping your students understand and comprehend the information they need to know to be successful throughout their education and beyond.
States that have their own fourth grade social studies publication include Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.
We also publish state history papers for Georgia second grade, South Carolina third grade, and Iowa fifth grade as required by their state specific standards.
We hope to produce state history papers for Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, West Verginia and Wyoming. If you are a teacher in one of these states with a passion for your state's history and a love for writing for a student audience, please contact our editorial department at firstname.lastname@example.org.