Unit Guide: The Arizona State History Collection

As part of the Arizona History and Social Science Standards, elementary students are required to learn about the rich history, geography, and government of their home state. But how can teachers find high-quality, state-specific resources that are both accessible and engaging to these early readers?

That's why we're pleased to offer The Arizona State History Collection.

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Key Takeaways

Flexible, modular units
Equip teachers with essential questions and content aligned to the Arizona History and Social Science Standards
Engaging content
Sources like Smithsonian.com, University of Arizona Press, and more, are all leveled and scaffolded so even emerging readers can access authentic texts
Lesson supports
Ready-to-go activities to guide students before, during, and after reading for every single topic

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The Arizona State History Collection is available as an add-on to Newsela Social Studies, a teacher favorite for high-interest, high-quality content that helps students of all grade bands access diverse perspectives and inquiry-based learning opportunities. Preview our complete unit guide here.

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