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Immigration Teacher Resources

Studying immigration brings to light the many interesting and diverse cultures in the world. Browse our lessons, printables, references, and articles below for ideas on how to enhance your curriculum in this area. You'll find statistics on U.S. immigration, lessons on Ellis Island, information on the Pilgrims, and much more for grades K-12. Improve students' reading skills as they learn about the lives of immigrants with our language arts activities.


Citizenship Test
An Immigrant's Story
Ellis Island
Immigrants' Experiences Worksheet
Family History Project
Immigration Picture Prompts
Citizenship Test I
More Popular Immigration Printables

Lesson Plans

An Immigrant's Story
Immigrants' Experiences
Immigrant Families
U.S. Place Names Show Our Diversity
Country of Origin Comparison
More Immigration Lesson Plans

Immigration & Pilgrims

Today's Pilgrim Worksheet
More Pilgrims – Teacher Resources

Immigration Activities for Reading & Language Arts

The House on Mango Street
Ellis Island
Immigration Reading Warm-Up: Ellis Island
In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson
The Keeping Quilt
Homesick: My Own Story
Immigration Word Bank
More Popular Immigration Activities for Reading & Language Arts

Immigration Activities for Math Class

Immigrant Statistics
Statue of Liberty Math
Graphing Ancestry Groups
More Immigration Activities for Math Class

Art & Music Activities on Immigration

Easy-to-Make Fiesta Favorites
Decorated Bowls
More Art & Music Activities on Immigration

Immigration & Families Resources

The Keeping Quilt
My History
Family Group
Eve Bunting: A Teacher's Guide to Her Books
Karen Cushman's Novels: A Discussion Guide
The Importance of Wings Discussion Guide
More Immigration & Families Resources

Immigration Resources for History Class

The House on Mango Street
Ellis Island
Immigrants' Experiences Worksheet
The Pilgrim Story
The Statue of Liberty's History
In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson
Immigrants' Experiences
More Popular Immigration Resources for History Class

Geography Resources on Immigration

Immigrant Families
Historical Fiction Reading Warm-Up: The Christmas Gift
U.S. Place Names Show Our Diversity
My Trip to America
States in the U.S. That Received the Most Immigrants in 2001
The Tale of Sacco and Vanzetti
U.S.-Cuba Relations
More Geography Resources on Immigration


1920's Timeline
Immigrant Population Locations in the U.S., 1997
Foreign-Born Population in United States
Immigration to the U.S. 1901-1996
Ethnic Concentrations in the United States
St. Patrick's Day: More Dallas than Dublin
Explanation of the Naturalization Process in the U.S.
More Immigration References

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