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These are PDF files made for downloading and printing. Several are made to be printed back to back then folded and stapled. You will have to experiment with your printer and copier to get the pages in the correct order. I print 2 complete copies from the printer then put one together as a book using tape to get the pages in order correctly. I then run the pages on the copier as 2 pages on 1 page back to back. Be sure to know which way to face your pages when copying! I then save one of these sets to make it easier to copy the next time.

Greeley Flip Book Greeley Book
Greeley Flipbook You can use for notes or for a final product. This has graduated pages labeled on the bottom.

A book about Greeley
Students can write about Greeley and bind the pages into a book showing what they learned. This is a pdf file.

Greeley Tabbed Book Greeley Book with Labels for map

Color PDF booklet with tabbed pages that has a graphic and lines for writing on each page. This is made to be run as single pages: Do NOT run back to back! You may use this for student note taking or for a final report or project about Greeley.

Includes pages for Location, History, Landmarks, Activities, People, Recreation, Facts, Vocabulary, and Other .

To make the tabs, you cut along the outer dotted lines on the pages. Be careful to not cut off the tabs. Put the pages in order then staple.

Here is a non-fiction text booklet for kids to put together. Map page has places for labels to be filled out.
Million Grasshoppers Book Simple cover million grasshopper book
Here is a book that you may print out for students telling the story of a million grasshoppers. You run pages front to back then put together, fold and staple. Students create their own pictures. Here is another book that you may print out for students telling the story of a million grasshoppers. This has a simple cover that would take less ink to print. You run pages front to back then put together in order, fold and staple. Students create their own pictures.
How Rattlesnake Got Her Name Book preview my greeley book

Here is the Story of How Rattlesnake Kate Got Her Name in two sizes. The students draw their own pictures in the spaces provided.

You run pages front to back then put together in order, fold and staple.

The small size needs to be cut in half horizontally before ordering, folding and stapled

PDF files of a graphic organizer for students to use to practice for Informative Research in District 6. Run student pages back to back. File includes teacher suggestions.
Illustrated by Kristy Passard Rattlesnake Kate book Illustrated by Kristy Passard Rattlesnake Kate book
Here is the Story of How Rattlesnake Kate Got Her Name illustrated by the amazing Kristy Passard! This is made for Legal Sized paper 8.5x14. Full-color is best! You may also download and present on IWB. Here is the Story of How Rattlesnake Kate Got Her Name illustrated by the amazing Kristy Passard! This is made for Letter Sized paper 8.5x11. Full-color is best!

EPUB Books
These are epub versions of some of the pages on Greeley History for Kids. These do not have images or videos. Text only. They may be downloaded and read in iBooks on iPads, iPod Touch or iPhones or any reader that displays ePub. (Kindle does not read ePub.) Right click (Control+Click Mac) and choose Download File.They also are not updated as often as the actual pages.
***The file will go to your downloads. It may look like nothing has happened, but it should be there.***

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Epub Book of Rattlesnake Kate Epub Book About Greeley History
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Epub Book About Shawsheen Epub Book about Nathan Meeker, Bessie Smith, Ella Mead, Rattlesnake Kate, W.D. Farr, Shawsheen, Ken Monfort, Robert Cameron and Elbridge Gerry.
Created on April 9, 2013 Updated on August 24, 2013

 

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