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  • Author:
    Libby Nelson
  • ISBN:
    0822519313
  • ISBN13:
    978-0822519317
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  • Publisher:
    Lerner Pub Group (December 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    104 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Architecture
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The Spanish Missions of California (True Books: American History (Paperback)) by Megan . I purchased this book for a neighbor girl who was studying CA Missions and building models of the missions in the 4th Grade.

I purchased this book for a neighbor girl who was studying CA Missions and building models of the missions in the 4th Grade.

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Each book in this series examines a region of California that was greatly influenced by missions. California Missions: Projects and Layouts by Libby Nelson and Kari Cornell (1997, Hardcover, Paperback).

Items related to Projects & Layouts (California Missions). Nelson, Libby; Cornell, Kari A. Projects & Layouts (California Missions). ISBN 13: 9780822519317.

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California Missions Project Book (Plus Free Printables! . California missions powerpoint lesson plan k 5 computer lab. Tried and true teaching tools, tips, ideas, lessons, and differentiated resources for the upper elementary classroom.

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Forbes, A. S. Mrs. Book digitized by Google from the library of New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Book digitized by Google from the library of New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. .You can read California Missions And Landmarks by Forbes, A. Mrs in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

The California 4th Grade Mission Project is a project that has been used in the school system for decades that results in the building of a scale or miniature version of a Mission as part of California's fourth grade school curriculum

The California 4th Grade Mission Project is a project that has been used in the school system for decades that results in the building of a scale or miniature version of a Mission as part of California's fourth grade school curriculum. There currently is no requirement by the State of California mandating a particular way of synthesizing material learned or mandating a specific event or location to be given as an assignment.

Gives instructions for building a model of a California mission building. Also includes a brief history of the missions and their building techniques. Eric Lindros: High-Flying Center (Lerner Sports Achievers) EAN 9780822598299. Gabrielle Reece: Volleyball"s Model Athlete (Sports Achievers Biographies) EAN 9780822598282. Paul Kariya: Hockey Magician (Lerner Sports Achievers Series) EAN 9780822598244. Missions of the Los Angeles Area (California Missions) EAN 9780822598343. Missions of the Southern Coast (California Missions) EAN 9780822598374.

Gives instructions for building a model of a California mission building, with a brief history of the missions and their building techniques

Lailace
Unless you are a handyman type already, be sure to buy this book if you want to help your California school kid build that mission that is usually required. I did not have it at the time and am reminded mercilessly of the train wreck of a mission I sent my daughter to school with.
Dodo
I purchased this book for a neighbor girl who was studying CA Missions and building models of the missions in the 4th Grade. I believe she understands and appreciates the missions much better now.
Thozius
Great for teaching the 4th grade.
Zan
This book was very helpful in building my 4th grade son's mission project. It showed very good hints and tips on how to do certain details of each mission. I have two younger kids that I will surely use when it's their turn.
Qucid
Great buy!
Gold as Heart
Just what we needed. Thanks.
Vikus
There were great ideas on how to build your mission and some information for a report. Too bad there is no information about inside the mission.
I found this book (the 2008 edition) in the gift shop at Mission Carmel (aka Mission San Carlos Borromeo del Rio Carmelo, for all you other 4th grade parents out there :-) What a great find. It gives detailed yet simple instructions for building mission models, and accessories such as ovens and bell walls, using cardboard, popsicle sticks, sugar cubes, clay, foam core, egg cartons, pasta, etc. Many different options are described. There are recipes for making your own modeling dough and sand clay. Includes illustrations of what a real adobe mission wall looks like, in case you want to try to replicate it, and of how to layer lasagna noodles to make a Spanish tile roof. Did you know you can tear off the paper on one side of corrugated cardboard, and the corrugations underneath can also make a great tile roof? I learned that here. There are scaled layouts of all 21 missions and lots of encouragement for trying different things. The sample projects look like 4th grade missions, not dollhouses, and the emphasis is practical. Though I'm a semi-crafty person this book absolutely helped us get started, and to do things the easy way! (Though to make it complicated my daughter decided it would be great to do her mission as it looked originally, with a thatch roof and a stockade, so we couldn't use the modern layout, but had to look at the archeological records and old paintings... fun though.) The book also has brief but interesting info and illustrations on mission history and how and why things were built the way they were. Highly recommended.