Nystrom Young Citizens Grade 3 Inquire
A comprehensive, hands-on social studies curriculum
Inquire Young Citizens
Take students on a journey through the history of their towns and state, encouraging them to explore how society as they know it is a small part of the story of the land they live on. Get students engaged in the history and geography of the places they claim as home.
Inquiry & Literacy
This literary-focused, social studies curriculum features an engaging student book, detailed teacher’s guide and online platform, wet-erase maps and globes, engaging activities, leveled student readers, and more. A cast of characters provide students with additional context while exposing them to other cultures and emphasizing the concept of community.
The comprehensive, hands-on social studies curriculum is uniquely designed to support the varied learning styles of your classroom. The diverse contents of the program encourage student-led inquiry and promote depth of knowledge. It includes hands-on maps, globes, and activities for students to develop literacy and inquiry, as well as key geographic mapping and spatial thinking skills.
The curriculum fosters multilingual and biliteracy skills for young learners. English-speaking students can build biliteracy skills with the Spanish versions of the Student Book, Leveled Student Readers, and Group Activity Cards. The program also works to support ELL students when they follow along with the Spanish versions of the text.
A new elementary curriculum crafted for the modern classroom, Nystrom’s Young Citizens Grade 3 has lessons that are available digitally to promote higher level thinking, and are easy to follow throughout the program. The online platform features many additional features, such as engaging activities and auto graded assessments. Both teachers and students can access content anywhere, anytime.
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The grade-specific texts use comic-style storytelling that builds from the foundational skills that were taught in kindergarten. 30 books are included with the following chapters:
- Chapter 1: How Do Families Change?
- Chapter 2: How Are You Part of the School Community?
- Chapter 3: What Brings Changes to a Neighborhood
- Chapter 4: How Does a Town Grow?
- Chapter 5: What Does It Take To Make a State?
- Chapter 6: What Makes Us the United States?
- Chapter 7: How Do People Around the World Connect?
Leveled Student Readers
The Leveled Student Readers are grade specific in the program. Young Citizens Grade 3 includes 7 unique titles in 4 different reading levels, 8 copies of each title, for a total of 224 Leveled Student Readers.
- The Late Twentieth Century: What Was Life Like?
- Exploring Egypt: What’s Life Like?
- Household Budget: How Do You Make a Money Plan?
- Colonial America: What Was Life Like?
- What is Climate? And How Does it Affect Our Lives?
- Justice for All: How Did Thurgood Marshall and Sonia Sotomayor Change America?
- Island of Many Wonders: What Will We See in New Guinea?
Group Activity Cards
This set of information cards features engaging content and student activities, and each card corresponds with a chapter from the Student Reader. There are 8 variations of the cards (one for each chapter), 6 versions of each card, for a total of 48.
Set of 30 maps and 6 globes
The online learning platform provides access to all the books and activity cards in the program, plus the platform features engaging activities, auto-graded assessments, and additional materials that are easy to access anywhere with an available internet connection.
Teacher and class access are included.
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