Fifth Grade Unit 1

Girl Student with Books

1. How is figurative language used in poetry and narrative?
  b. This means I can analyze poetry.
    Subject Title Series
Poetry A Child's Garden of Poetry
Poetry Breeze From the Trees The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
Poetry Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!
Poetry Hiawatha
Poetry In Search of Dr. Seuss
Poetry My America: A Poetry Atlas of the United States Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Poetry Our Big Home: An Earth Poem Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Poetry Pied Piper of Hamelin
Poetry Poetry, Verse & Rhyme, Oh My! A Quiet Evening with Mother Goose
Poetry Pot That Juan Built
Poetry Sea to Shining Sea: Stories of America Reading Rainbow Favorites
Poetry Shapes Young Viewers
Poetry Snowy Day: Stories and Poems Reading Rainbow General Education
Poetry Stars! Stars! Stars!
Poetry Surprise, Little Guys! The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
Poetry Tales About Tails The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
Poetry Told From the Cold The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
Poetry Tricks and Treats The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
Poetry U.S. Songs and Poems American History for Children
Poetry Wings and Things The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
c. This means I can understand and use figurative language in writing poetry and narratives.
  Subject Title Series
Writing Analyzing and Appreciating Poetry Literature for Students
2. What are the characteristics of magnets and magnetic force?
  b. This means I can understand magnetism by reading, writing, and participating in experiments.
    Subject Title Series
Magnetism All About Forces and Gravity Physical Science for Children
Magnetism All About Magnets Physical Science for Children
Magnetism Arctic and Antarctic Eyewitness
Magnetism Changes in the Properties of Matter: Physical and Chemical Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Magnetism Electricity and Magnetism: Invisible Forces Our Physical World
Magnetism Electromagnetic Energy Energy in Action
Magnetism Exploring Magnetism and Electricity Exploring Science
Magnetism Magnetic Fields Starfinder Series
Magnetism Magnetism Junior Electrician
Magnetism Magnetism Real World Science
Magnetism Magnetism Science of Disney Imagineering
Magnetism Magnetism Physical Science in Action
Magnetism Magnetism Bill Nye the Science Guy
Magnetism Magnetism Physics in Action
Magnetism Magnetism/Static Electricity Bill Nye the Science Guy
Magnetism Magnets First Look
Magnetism Magnets Way Things Work
Magnetism Magnets and Electromagnetism
Magnetism Matter and Energy for Beginners: Magnets
Magnetism Properties of Materials Science Clips for Children
Magnetism Pushing and Shoving Our Earth
Magnetism Solar System: Sun and Inner Rock Planets Earth in the Universe
Magnetism What is Electromagnetism? Science Essentials: Electricity and Magnetism
Magnetism What is Magnetism? Science Essentials: Electricity and Magnetism
c. This means I can read step-by-step directions to construct a compass.
  Subject Title Series
Compass Magnetism Bill Nye the Science Guy
d. This means I can integrate scientific and social studies concepts together.
  Subject Title Series
Navigational Tools A History of Exploration Explorers of the World
Navigational Tools An Idea Takes Shape Columbus Age of Discovery
3. How did early American colonies begin and develop?
  b. This means I can examine and research the importance of various explorers of North America.
    Subject Title Series
Explorers A History of Exploration Explorers of the World
Explorers Christopher Columbus: Voyage of Discovery
Explorers Discovering the World: Lewis and Clark Go West
Explorers Early Explorers: The Age of Discovery American Heritage
Explorers Expedition of Lewis and Clark as Told By Meriwether Lewis (1804-1806) U.S. History Collection
Explorers French Exploration in the New World
Explorers French Explorers Explorers of the World
Explorers Henry Hudson Explorers of the World
Explorers Historical Adventures of Christopher Columbus, Part 1 & 2
Explorers In Search of the Oregon Trail: Part 1 - That Great Waste Wild; Part 2 - That Long Looked For Place
Explorers Lewis and Clark: Tools of Survival Classroom
Explorers Middle West Region: The People and Heritage Regions of the United States
Explorers Mountain Men American History
Explorers Peoples' History of Utah, Volume 2 Peoples' History of Utah
Explorers Portuguese Explorers Explorers of the World
Explorers Sacagawea Great Americans for Children
Explorers Settling the New World Colonial Life for Children
Explorers Spanish Explorers Explorers of the World
Explorers The American Frontier Explorers of the World
Explorers United States Expansion American History for Children
Explorers Westward Expansion in the U.S. Pioneer Life for Children
Explorers Where Do You Think You're Going, Christopher Columbus?
c. This means I can show a relationship among the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.
  Subject Title Series
Colonies Colonial America: Roots of the Revolution 1607-1775
Colonies Colonial American Life in the Maturing Colonies Colonial and Founding Period
Colonies Colonial Children
Colonies Colonial Times Field Trips to Yesterday
Colonies Colonizing North America: Early Settlements Colonial and Founding Period
Colonies Communities of the Past Understanding My Community
Colonies Early Settlers American History for Children
Colonies Early Settlers: The Era of Colonization American Heritage
Colonies George Washington America's Story
Colonies Jamestown Colonial Life for Children
Colonies Jamestown: The First English Settlement in America
Colonies Middle Colonies: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware Making the 13 Colonies
Colonies New England Colonies: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New Hampshire Making the 13 Colonies
Colonies Plimoth Plantation Colonial Life for Children
Colonies Roger Williams and Rhode Island Colonial Life for Children
Colonies Settling the New World Colonial Life for Children
Colonies Southern Colonies: Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia Making the 13 Colonies
Colonies St. Augustine Colonial Life for Children
Colonies The Dutch and New Amsterdam Colonial Life for Children
Colonies The Era of Colonization (1585-1763) United States Origins to 2000 History
Colonies The French and Colonial Quebec Colonial Life for Children
Colonies The Spanish and Colonial Santa Fe Colonial Life for Children
Colonies William Penn and Pennsylvania Colonial Life for Children
d. This means I can recognize, understand, and explain the contributions of the Native Americans.
  Subject Title Series
Native Americans American Indians: A Brief History
Native Americans Amerindian Legacy
Native Americans An Idea Takes Shape Columbus Age of Discovery
Native Americans Ancient Indian Cultures of North Arizona National Park and Monument
Native Americans Boy of the Navajos
Native Americans Columbian Exchange Columbus Age of Discovery
Native Americans Comparing the Lives of Native Peoples Exploring Our Past
Native Americans Contact Native America
Native Americans French and Indian War
Native Americans Geography of Utah Native Americans Geography of Utah
Native Americans Geronimo and the Apache Resistance American Experience
Native Americans Girl of Navajos
Native Americans Hiawatha
Native Americans Hopi Indian
Native Americans Indian Family of Long Ago Buffalo Hunters of the Plains
Native Americans Indians of the Southwest Native Americans
Native Americans Legacy of the Mound Builders
Native Americans Little Bighorn: The Native American View America's Military History
Native Americans More Than Bows and Arrows
Native Americans Native American Day America's Special Days
Native Americans Native American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Native Americans Native American Life Exploring Our Past
Native Americans Native American Life American History for Children
Native Americans Navajo Indian
Native Americans Navajo Moon Young People's Specials
Native Americans Pocahontas Animated Hero Classics
Native Americans Pocahontas Tall Tales and Legends
Native Americans Pocahontas The Animated Hero Classics
Native Americans Raccoon Story: A Menomini Indian Folktale
Native Americans Roanoak, Part 1
Native Americans Roanoak, Part 2
Native Americans Roanoak, Part 3
Native Americans Sign of the Beaver, Part 1 and 2
Native Americans Tecumseh Native Americans and Frontiersmen
Native Americans The Era of Colonization United States Origins to 2000 History
Native Americans Three Worlds Meet Origins - 1620 United States Origins to 2000 History
Native Americans William Bradford The Animated Hero Classics
Native Americans Woodland Indian World
4. How did diverse groups and colonies interact?
  b. This means I can explain the impact that the colonial period had on various groups of people.
    Subject Title Series
Freedom Independence Day Holidays for Children
Freedom Puritan Experience: Forsaking England Shaping of the American Nation
Freedom Roger Williams and Rhode Island Colonial Life for Children
Freedom The Era of Colonization (1585-1763) United States Origins to 2000 History
Freedom United We Stand/Liberty or Death Liberty's Kids
Slavery Harriet Tubman Great Americans for Children
Slavery Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad
Slavery Opposing Slavery: The Abolitionist Movement in America America's Journey Through Slavery
Slavery Slavery and Freedom United States Origins to 2000 History
Slavery Slavery in Colonial Virginia and the Chesapeake American Paradox
Slavery Slavery in the Northeast - New England and the Middle Colonies American Paradox
Slavery The Life of an Enslaved Person in America America's Journey Through Slavery
c. This means I can analyze primary source documents.
  Subject Title Series
Documents Declaring Independence American Revolution for Students
Documents Early Settlers American History for Children
Documents History of the U.S. Government United States Government
Documents Jamestown: The First English Settlement in America
Documents Mayflower Voyagers This is America, Charlie Brown
Documents Plimoth Plantation Colonial Life for Children
Documents Shaping the New Nation American Revolution: From Colonies to Constitution
Documents Southern Colonies: Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia Making the 13 Colonies
Documents The Declaration of Independence United States Government
Documents The First Fourth of July/New York New York Liberty's Kids
Documents The History of American Government American Government for Children
5. What information can be learned from literature and informational text?
  c. This means I can research information about people of interest using informational texts.
    Subject Title Series
Notable People Abraham Lincoln Great Americans for Children
Notable People Alexander Graham Bell Inventors of the World
Notable People Alexander Graham Bell The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Alexander Graham Bell Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Amelia Earhart Great Americans for Children
Notable People Benjamin Franklin Great Americans for Children
Notable People Benjamin Franklin Inventors of the World
Notable People Benjamin Franklin The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Benjamin Franklin: Scientist and Inventor Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Cesar Chavez Great Americans for Children
Notable People Christopher Columbus The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Christopher Columbus Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Eleanor Roosevelt Great Americans for Children
Notable People Eli Whitney Inventors of the World
Notable People Florence Nightingale The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Florence Nightingale Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Galileo The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Galileo Animated Hero Classics
Notable People George Washington Great Americans for Children
Notable People George Washington The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People George Washington Animated Hero Classics
Notable People George Washington Carver Inventors of the World
Notable People Harriet Tubman Great Americans for Children
Notable People Harriet Tubman The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Harriet Tubman Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Helen Keller The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Helen Keller Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Henry Ford Inventors of the World
Notable People James Watt Inventors of the World
Notable People Louis Pasteur Inventors of the World
Notable People Louis Pasteur The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Louis Pasteur Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Marie Curie The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Marie Curie Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Martin Luther King, Jr. Great Americans for Children
Notable People Pocahontas The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Pocahontas Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Sacagawea Great Americans for Children
Notable People Susan B. Anthony Great Americans for Children
Notable People The Wright Brothers Inventions for Students
Notable People The Wright Brothers Inventors of the World
Notable People The Wright Brothers The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People The Wright Brothers Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Thomas Edison Inventors of the World
Notable People Thomas Edison The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Thomas Edison and the Electric Light Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Thomas Jefferson Great Americans for Children
Notable People Why Don't You Get a Horse, Sam Adams?
Notable People William Bradford The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People William Bradford: The First Thanksgiving Animated Hero Classics