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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. Improve students' reading skills as they learn about the lives of immigrants with our language arts activities.

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    Literature Guide

    Katerina's Wish Curriculum Guide

    Bring the early 20th-century immigrant experience to life through historical fiction. This printable... read more

    Literature Guide

    Is It Night or Day? Common Core Teacher's Guide

    Based on true events, Is It Night or Day? is a novel about one girl's escape from Hitler's Germany a... read more


    The Matchbox Diary Teacher's Guide

    Investigate immigration, art, and story with the activities in this teacher's guide for The Matchbox... read more

    Teacher Discussion Guide

    Discussion Guide for the Novels of Maria Testa

    Ask pupils to think about these discussion points before and while reading Becoming Joe DiMaggio, Al... read more

    Literature Guide

    Crossing the Wire Teacher's Guide

    This teacher's guide includes curriculum activities and discussion questions for Crossing the Wire, ... read more

    Teacher Discussion Guide

    The Dragon's Child Reading Guide

    Promote classroom discussion about Laurence Yep and Dr. Kathleen S. Yep's The Dragon's Child, a stor... read more

    Literature Guide

    Study Guides to Books by Laurence Yep

    This literature guide to Laurence Yep's The Serpent's Children, Mountain Light, Dragonwings, and Dra... read more


    Australia's Migration Patterns

    Students will use a chart detailing Australia's migration trends from 1990–2009 to analyze data... read more

    Teacher Discussion Guide

    The Importance of Wings Discussion Guide

    Engage pupils in a discussion about the characters, themes, and events in The Importance of Wings wi... read more


    Could You Be a Canadian Citizen?

    How well do your students know Canada's history, symbols, and culture? Test their basic knowledge wi... read more


    Canadian Justice System

    Educate students about the Canadian Justice System with this worksheet. Students will learn about th... read more


    An Immigrant's Story (Canada)

    After reading and discussing the genre of historical fiction, students consider the life of immigran... read more


    Acadian History

    Students use reference materials and the Internet to research Acadian history and complete a creative writing activity in this worksheet. read more


    Teacher's Guide for Lady Liberty

    Deepen students' appreciation for the history behind famous landmarks and monuments with the resourc... read more


    A Reader's Guide for My Ántonia

    My Ántonia is a classic American novel about an immigrant woman's life as a pioneer in Nebraska. The... read more


    Nonfiction Reading Warm-Up: Moving to the City

    This printable warm-up includes a nonfiction reading passage about urbanization in American and read... read more


    Bridge to America Teacher's Guide

    Share the stories of real-life heroes with your students as they read Bridge to America, a book base... read more


    Karen Cushman's Novels: A Discussion Guide

    Explore the Middle Ages through the twentieth century with this printable guide for Karen Cushman's ... read more

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