Social Studies Connects ®

Updated on 10 January 2020


Kindergarten - Grade 3


Bring social studies to life with stories that involve and engage even the most reluctant readers. Story characters model positive traits, find clever solutions to kid-sized problems, help their neighbors, contribute to their communities, and discover that they can make a real difference in the world around them.


Name Size Format
Daisy Diaz Shakes Up Camp: CCSS TG Daisy Diaz Shakes up Camp 130 KB PDF
Keesha's Bright Idea: CCSS TG Keesha's Bright Idea 149 KB PDF
Lila the Fair: CCSS TG Lila the Fair 151 KB PDF
Mac and the Messmaker: CCSS TG Mac and the Messmaker 167 KB PDF
New Dog in Town: CCSS TG New Dog in Town 149 KB PDF
The Bay School Blogger: CCSS TG The Bay School Blogger 150 KB PDF
The Messiest Room on the Planet: CCSS TG The Messiest Room on the Planet 167 KB PDF

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