Texas Specific Resources
Designed to inspire deep interaction with content while aligning with standards in your state.
All the Texas Resources for Your Needs
Explore through all the Texas specific resources available to fit your needs
A World of Learning
Atlas of Texas History
Texas State Edition Active Classroom License
Go digital with our easy-to-use platform that allows students to explore Texas social studies. Active Classroom provides engaging assessments with question types that are STAAR approved for the Texas Classroom.
This newly redesigned program provides activities that differentiate while providing skills that students will have to be familiar with for standardized state tests. The new Mexican American Studies content is now available in Active Classroom with complete curriculum maps. The African American Studies course is coming soon to Active Classroom for Fall 2021.
Texas History Maps
Provide a deeper look into key events in Texas and U.S. history with 12 wall maps, mounted on a roller:
- Native Americans in Texas
- Spanish Explorers
- Spanish Settlements
- Republic of Texas
- War With Mexico; 1846–1848
- American Expansion
- Slavery and the Economy; 1860
- The Union and the Confederacy
- Indian Wars; 1622–1890
- Railroads Transform the West
- Great Depression and Dust Bowl
- Texas Energy Resources
map set (NYS3442)
Facilitate hands-on mapping activities with markable desk maps showing county boundaries, geographical features, capitals, city populations, and more. These match our Texas wall map so students can follow along while the teacher works at the front of the class.
Texas/U.S./World Map Set
Texas on Nystrom World
Nystrom Desk Atlas
The official atlas for the University Interscholastic League (UIL) A+ contest.
The A+ Maps, Graphs & Charts contest is a competition for students grades 5-8 designed to help students learn how to gather information from a variety of maps, graphs, and charts including world maps, pie charts, bar charts, and local area maps.