Creativity in Communities

  • Grade: 3-4
  • Guided Reading Level: Q
  • Item: 121667
  • ISBN: 9781087605098
Description

All around the country, people are constantly working to make their communities better. In this Grade 3 nonfiction reader, students will learn about the creative ways Americans help their communities.

Creativity in Communities

  • Describes the importance of community involvement while giving examples of creative leaders across the country who can serve as role models
  • Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic to get students invested
  • Connects key topics such as creative problem-solving and volunteerism to students’ daily lives
  • Includes a glossary, interactive discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity that empowers students to improve their communities

From inspiring murals to art made of plastic found on the beach, this book gives students a close-up look at many different methods of creatively helping one’s community. The teacher-approved product examines communities across the United States that have found unique ways to solve problems and raise awareness about important issues. With a fun fiction story, beautiful images, an index, and other useful features, this reader shows third grade students the wonderful things that can happen when communities create together!

$11.99
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