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Maine Theme Unit


Questions, Facts, and "Who am I?" for the state of Maine
     State of Maine Mixed Review: fill-in questions, "Who am I", facts, and writing prompts (multiple keys)


Reading Comprehensions
     The Day I Touched a Lobster! (Grades 3-4)
     The Moose of Maine (Grades 3-5)
     The Maine State Museum (Grades 4-6)
     Camping in Acadia National Park (Grades 5-7)
     The "Maine" Reason to Pick Your Teeth (Grades 7-9)


Maine Maze
Build Maine maze - Make multiple mazes at once


State of Maine Theme - Math Stories
     Maine Math (Grades 2-3)
     Maine Math (Grades 4-6)


State of Maine Theme - Story Starters
     Maine Story Starter Printables


Books
            ME is for Maine (Grades 3-6)


State of Maine Theme
     Location of Maine in the United States Printable and Information

Maine: Reading Comprehensions with References to Maine
This section lists reading comprehensions on edHelper.com with references to the state of Maine. These reading comprehensions were not written specifically for the state theme unit.

     Top reading comprehensions with most references to Maine
     Land of Bays and Sounds - New England Region (Grade 6)
     The "Maine" Reason to Pick Your Teeth (Grade 9)
     Samantha Reed Smith, America's Youngest Ambassador (Grade 6)
     Remember the Maine! - Causes of America's War with Spain (Grade 8)
     New England (Grade 5)
     E. B. White (Grades 9-12)
     Giovanni da Verrazano (Grade 8)
     School Matters (Grade 5)
     Henry Clay (Grade 5)
     The Great Clam Chowder Fight (Grade 3)
     The Missouri Compromise (Grade 5)
     Compromises (Grade 5)
     Compromises of 1820 and 1850 (Grade 9)
     Acadia National Park (Grade 7)
     Lois Lowry (Grade 6)

Biographies
(Grades 3-5)
     A Sense of Place
     School Matters
(Grades 6-8)
     Henry W. Longfellow
     Lois Lowry
     Margaret E. Knight
     The Man Who Made Animals Talk
(Grades 9-12)
     John Cabot
     Nicholas Roerich

Daily Themes
(Grades 3-5)
     The Arctic Traveler
     The Great Clam Chowder Fight

Miscellaneous
(Grades 3-5)
     Benedict Arnold
     Compromises
     Crystal's Way
     English in Sherbrooke
     Henry Clay
     Jake and Jackie Learn to Respect Wildlife
     Micmacs
     New England
     Shenandoah National Park
     The Missouri Compromise
     Touring the United States Regions
     What's a Map?
(Grades 6-8)
     A History of How Connecticut Became a State
     Acadia National Park
     Creation of the Post Office Department
     Discovery of the North Pole
     Do Meteorologists Study Meteors?
     Dorothea Dix
     Electing Our President
     Election Day and the Electoral College
     Explore Fun Facts about the United States
     From Mayflower to Massachusetts
     Giovanni da Verrazano
     James Monroe - The Monroe Doctrine
     James Monroe
     Jean Studies U.S. Geography
     Kathleen Karr
     Kid Inventors
     Kites and Balloons Go to War
     Land of Bays and Sounds - New England Region
     Mildred Gillars AKA Axis Sally
     Milton Bradley and the Checkered Game of Life
     Missouri's Journey to Statehood
     Missouri's Statehood
     Remember the Maine! - Causes of America's War with Spain
     Samantha Reed Smith, America's Youngest Ambassador
     Secession of the Southern States
     Slavery and the Law
     Slavery, Compromises, and Dred Scott
     The Appalachian Mountains
     The English Beginnings of Sherbrooke
     The Invention of Chewing Gum
     The Legacy of the Snowman
     The Loss of the Honeybees
     Tides
     Under Fighting Sail U.S. Super Frigates
     USS Constitution
     Where Have the Honeybees Gone?
(Grades 9-12)
     Compromises of 1820 and 1850
     Cuba - History
     E. B. White
     How the Electoral College Works
     The "Maine" Reason to Pick Your Teeth
     The Know Nothing Party
     The Know Nothing Party

Stories
(no assigned grade level)
     Hot Stuff


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