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The Georgia About Gallopade… Gallopade International was started as Gallopade Publishing Group, a small press, in Rocky Mount, North Carolina in 1979 by Carole Marsh. Today, Gallopade is a 31-year-old, third generation family business and innovator in the children’s educational industry. The company is located just south of Atlanta in Peachtree City, Georgia. Gallopade is a leader in the production of curriculumrelated resources, supplementary educational materials, and children’s books. The Georgia Experience Social Studies curriculum program was introduced in 2002 and receives ongoing updates whenever Georgia’s standards are changed. In 2010, the Georgia Experience Social Studies curriculum program was approved as a state-recommended resource. “My goal is to help every student in Georgia thoroughly understand and feel pride in our country’s fascinating history and our state’s unique heritage and culture. Once children enjoy learning, and have truly educational and entertaining tools, passing the test is no problem. My passion is for them to do more than pass the test with flying colors; I want them to feel compelled to become the best citizens that they can be. This is what I believe top quality curriculum-related materials can do for children.” –Carole Marsh Gallopade’s many awards include: • Learning Magazine Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom • Learning Magazine Teachers’ Choice Award for the Family • Excellence in Education Award from the National School Supply and Equipment Association • iParenting Media’s Greatest Products • Associations Advance America Award of Excellence

Gallopade’s Principals: • Michael Longmeyer, Vice President • Carole Marsh Longmeyer, Founder/CEO • Bob Longmeyer, Publisher Emeritus • Michele Yother, President


Experience Gallopade International is pleased to offer you the Georgia Experience, the finest curriculum products available for grades K-8 that meet the Georgia Performance Standards for Social Studies. The Georgia Experience was not adapted from a “generic” 50-state program to match Georgia Performance Standards – every word, every activity, every map skill, every online resource, and every assessment was written based on GEORGIA’S standards to meet the needs of GEORGIA’S teachers and GEORGIA’S students.

ALIGNED! The Georgia Experience covers exactly what Georgia students need to learn to pass the CRCT. It is 100% ALIGNED and 100% comprehensive and 100% correlated with the Georgia Performance Standards.

EFFECTIVE! The Georgia Experience removes the hit-or-miss method of covering the standards and allows teachers to focus on the content. Interactive lessons, “small bites” of instruction with reinforcing hands-on activities and skills practice, and engaging visuals add up to an EFFECTIVE learning experience.

PROVEN! The Georgia Experience is widely recognized by teachers as the best on the market in providing standard-by-standard aligned instruction. It is PROVEN to increase test scores by as much as 400%.

Table of Contents: Teacher Resources ......................4 Student Resources ......................6 Kindergarten ...............................8 1st Grade ...................................10 2nd Grade ..................................12 3rd Grade...................................14 4th Grade...................................16 5th Grade...................................18 6th Grade...................................20 7th Grade...................................22 8th Grade ..................................24 Product Listing By Grade .........26 Georgia Reader Packs...............28 Online Connect .........................29 FAQ.............................................30 Order Form ................................31

We have dedicated 18 pages in this catalog (2 pages to each grade) showing you a visual representation of how the Georgia Experience works. For any grade, locate the Standard or Element printed in the center box. All of the product pages, readers, vocabulary words, test prep quizzes, etc. shown are directly aligned and correlated with the Standard! All of these “pages” are designed to teach the Standard or Element in the center box. You won’t just use one, two or three products – you’ll get value and use from every product in the Class Set.

More than just a curriculum program… it’s an Experience!

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Teacher Resources TEACHER’S EDITION OF STUDENT WORKBOOK Complete Student Workbook enriched and organized with supplemental materials related to each lesson: • Includes “scope and sequence” of which resources to use when • Includes page-by-page blueprint of how resources fit together • Includes answers to questions and activities in the Student Workbook • Includes background information beyond what’s in the Student Workbook • Includes discussion, activity, instruction, and assessment ideas • A teacher’s “Organizing Framework,” “Concept Map,” and “Standards-Based Classroom” resource all-in-one

ONLINE EBOOK SUBSCRIPTION Complete Student Workbook in an ebook format: • Whiteboard compatible; runs on PC and Macintosh • Project Student Workbook pages for class instruction • Project activity pages for instruction and review • Visually demonstrates key concepts and performance skills

TEACHER’S EDITION OF CRCT VOCABULARY BOOK Helps students understand vocabulary so they understand content: • Includes 60 important grade-specific words from the GPS, all defined in complete sentences • Includes a “Fast Fact” that is relevant to the social studies meaning of the word, and a “Think About It” that gives examples and provides discussion content • Includes an assessment for each word • Can be used to integrate vocabulary, to pre-teach vocabulary, or for remediation and review

ONLINE TEST PREP SUBSCRIPTION Hundreds of test questions for each grade fully cover GPS: • Use to benchmark and measure students’ improvement • Give elements-specific tests at the end of each unit to provide a formative assessment of each student’s understanding of content • Identify students needing intervention or remediation on specific topics • Generate 20-question random tests for extra CRCT practice • Use on electronic whiteboard for class participation and review


Designed so Teachers Succeed… …Designed so Students Succeed BLACKLINE MASTERS Reproducible activities are great for extra practice and reinforcing essential content: • Each activity is aligned to standards • Can be used as an individual or class activity • Allows students to practice performance skills until mastered

COLOR “TRANSPARENCIES” ON CD GPS-specific visuals to complement instruction: • Provides visual clarity to help students understand key concepts • Projects onto any screen or wall • Compatible with electronic whiteboards

ENRICHMENT PACK GPS “story cards” rich with language, content, and history: • Provides prompts to encourage class or small group discussion • Exposes kids to the rich, broad “word and world knowledge” that helps them comprehend challenging material • Addresses GPS-essential questions and develops “enduring understanding”

20 WAYS TO TEACH THE GPS WITH PIZZAZZ This teacher resource book is an added bonus included with each Class Set: • Includes a wide variety of activities to facilitate creative teaching • Use projects as an ongoing activity throughout a unit or as a milestone at the end • Combines content and 21st century skills into higher-order thinking DOK activities • Excellent source of creative, end of unit performance task assessments

“Our Fourth Grade Social Studies CRCT scores exceeded the state average last year using the Georgia Experience program! We are adding this curriculum program to Fifth Grade this year to improve those test scores as well. Our teachers are amazed at how closely the materials are aligned with the CRCT questions. The books are student-friendly and easy to understand. “ Marty Hegwood, Academic Coach Cherokee Ridge Elementary School, Walker County School District

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Student Resources STUDENT WORKBOOK The Student Workbook is the core component of the Georgia Experience: • Not your ordinary workbook; this book is content and workbook in one • Uses a successful formula of “small bites” of information plus reinforcing activities • Created from scratch for Georgia; comprehensive, aligned, correlated • Products are NOT intimidating, boring, or complicated • Engages students and creates an interactive learning experience • Addresses all GPS elements – content knowledge and performance skills

ONLINE EBOOK SUBSCRIPTION Complete Student Workbook in an eBook format: • At-home access for lesson review and parent assistance • At-school access for computer-based learning in technology labs • Compatible with PC and Macintosh

CRCT VOCABULARY STUDENT WORKBOOK Helps students understand vocabulary so they can understand content: • Includes 60 important grade-specific words from the GPS, all defined in complete sentences • Includes a multiple-choice assessment for each vocabulary word • Includes a 6-page student dictionary students use throughout the year • Vocabulary word activities can be integrated into lessons as words occur in main workbook and are part of the Teacher’s Edition curriculum map • Lower-level readers and ELL students benefit from additional use of the student vocabulary workbook for pre-teaching and for breakout remediation and review

“Since using the Georgia Experience curriculum, our CRCT scores have made a tremendous improvement. I had a 96% passing rate in Social Studies on the CRCT this year! Thank you Gallopade for such a great contribution to our students’ success!” Cheryl Adams, Fourth Grade Social Studies Teacher Pelham Elementary School, Pelham City School District


Designed so Students Succeed… …Designed so Teachers Succeed ONLINE TEST PREP SUBSCRIPTION Online testing software students can use at home and school • Use to benchmark and measure students’ knowledge base and improvement • Students can take elements-specific tests at the end of each unit to demonstrate their understanding of content: great for formative assessments • Test results help identify need for intervention or remediation on specific topics • Tests help students solidify content knowledge and prepare for the CRCT • Students benefit from immediate response to each answer • Students can generate unlimited 20-question random tests for extra practice • Number of test questions available per grade is as follows: K-3 Combo: 650; Grade 4: 450; Grade 5: 600; Grade 6: 950; Grade 7: 1,350; Grade 8: 800

INTERACTIVE WRITE-IN READERS Engaging biographies on historic figures in each grade’s GPS: • Books combine easy-to-read stories and fun activities • Books build reading skills while covering GPS social studies content • Stories show obstacles and hardships heroes overcame, their struggles, attempts, failures, perseverance, and accomplishments • Character traits are a natural part of stories throughout the series • All levels of students enjoy the interesting, interactive approach • An excellent tool for RTI, remediation, reading recovery, ELL, resource rooms, etc. when needed • Reduces the need for remediation and intervention when used proactively

“I wanted to tell you that I love the 7th grade Social Studies materials I purchased from Gallopade. Honestly, the workbook that I bought is BETTER than the textbooks the students have. I would be lost without these materials. It is by far the best purchase I have made this school year.” Tammy Newman, 7th Grade Georgia Teacher Odyssey School, Coweta County

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Kindergarten

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The STATE APPROVED Georgia Experience curriculum-based products are 100% aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards and Elements. The comprehensive Classroom Set of student and teacher resources is effective as a result of its "small bites" of instruction, engaging visuals, skills practice, and reinforcing hands-on activities. The online components incorporate 21st Century Technology and thinking skills, including an assessment tool that provides a benchmark for student performance. The Georgia Experience is a complete curriculum program proven for success!

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CRCT Vocabulary Books 60 grade-specific word definitions and lessons prepare students for standards-based content.

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•30 Student Workbooks, Print Edition •30 Student Workbooks, Online Ebook Subscriptions •30 CRCT Vocabulary Student Workbooks •Interactive Write-in Readers (30 each of 12 titles)

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Douglass” to “Civil Writes Lincoln asked Frederick In the 1860s, President Abraham War. Frederick army in the Civil Frederic k Douglass recruit black soldiers for the Union the famous as became issued 1863 Lincoln a speaker. Many people slaves who fought in the war. Indid not believe he had suggested he free lass to and Douglass been a slave because he and freed the slaves! InLincoln was well educated. 1845 he wrote his autobiog Frederick Doug Proclamation askedEmancipation erick raphy. He wrote about . Fred his belief that everyone his life as a slave and Civil Warfriends. d the n the remained was equal. This was Lincoln issue one of the first books slaves written by a black e war. In 1863 and Douglass about Railroad. Frederick person! His autobiography ln home was a station on the Underground Linco the was called Narrative Life s! of Frederic slaveFrederick’s k Douglass. Frederic was ratified, of Amendment k hoped his book would In 1870 the 15theveryone that fought for black voting rights. black convince and white people are equal. men of any color the right to vote! which gave American erick Fred ad. Railro In 1845 Frederick and ed, nderground Martin Delany published nt was ratifi ndme a Ame North newspaper called the Star. This paper encoura the 15th ged blacks to feel good Fun! vote! For fight Just to More discrimin about One right ation, themselv the and become hardwork es, ing members of society. by his environment. Describe a way Frederick was affected

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Thomas Jeffe rson writes: “ . . . all men are created President Linco equal . . .” ln issues Eman “all slaves in cipation Proc areas still in lamation freei rebellion.” ng The Fourteenth under the law;” Amendment guarantee s “equal prote citizenship is given to Afric ction an Americans 1875 Cong ress passes . Civil Rights public acco Act granting mmodations equa l rights in and jury duty. 1920 Ninet eenth Amen dment gives women the right to vote. 1924 Citize nship Act make s every Amer ican Indian 1948 Presi a U.S. citizen. dent Truma n issue s executive segregatio order outla n in U.S. milita wing ry. 1954 U.S. Supre me Cour unconstitutiona t declares school segre l in Brown v. gation Board of Educ 1955 Rosa ation. Parks refus es to give up and bus segre gation is decla bus seat, boycott follow red unconstitu s 1961 Freed tional. om Rides begin from Washingto states. n, D.C. into sout hern 1963 Dr. Mart in Luther King, Jr. delivers at March on “I Have a Drea Washington. m” speech 1964 Cong ress pass based on race es Civil Rights Act decla ring discrimina illegal. tion 1863

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The argument between North and South was intense. Politicians knew they had to come to a compromise. They decided that Every step was of a a risk.beThe as 3/5journey counted slave would dangerous was made during dark nights unfamiliareach woods Slaves cold rivers. through would be counted as part of person.and but not count as much as a population, Forthe slaves in the South, the Underground Railroad felt was a sign of hope. Railroadfree the North and the South was person. not a realBoth The Underground railroad, nor was it underground . It was a secret trail that thea North fair compromise. to find freedom. that this was people took to a solution. But reached had they believed Congress The Continental the at Underground politicians The Railroad wasproblem a group of people who wanted it solved the While freedom. today.the evenAmong to help slaves gain their the Three-Fifths Compromise is a conflict, most famous helpers on the Railroad racism. of Anthony, were problem Harriet Tubman, Susan representation in Congress, it caused another and Levi Coffin. B. meant that they were less important than Traveling Many black people felt that the Compromise on the Underground Railroadof the was risky because it was not follow another principle didaccepted. War, slavery was white people. They argued that the Compromise illegal. Before the Civil Slaves were considered was removed property of their owners. Three-Fifths Compromise The breaking escape,equal. they were Constitution—that all people are created If they tried to the law. If they were caught, they would be returned and punished. after the Civil War. to their owners Although it was dangerous, many slaves decided to along the Underground take the risk. Most who escaped Railroad were young men without families. It was escape together. These slaves hard for large groups to How does of a person? as 3/5follow the North To think about: How would you feel if you were only countedwould Star equal? at night. Their goal was to safely escape are created to Canada. the Three-Fifths Compromise go against the statement that all people There they would be free to work and own their own land.

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Along the way, slaves would be welcomed into helpers’ homes. The helpers hid them from people who might turn them in. The slaves were not safe crossed the border into Canada. Often their last dangerous journey was crossing the cold waters of the Great Lakes by boat. Although it was dangerous, many slaves found freedom at the end of the Underground Railroad.

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Each committee member listed reasons why the colonies should be indepen dent. Thomas Jefferson of Virginia wrote the document, which is known as the Declara of Independence. tion Jefferson worked hard—he wrote every night for 17 days. He would write some things down, rewrite them, and then write them again. He wanted it to be just right! The Declaration of Independence was tyranny and abuse a way for the colonist of power by England s to respond to the ’s King George III. into words how the The document put colonists felt. They felt they had been of freedom! It was denied the basic right a statement that the colonies wanted to themselves. be free and rule Word Definition congress: a meeting or convention

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Battle at Gettysburg The Battle of Gettysbu rg was a turning War. From July 1 to July 3, 1863, Confeder point in the Civil Lee fought to hold ate General Robert on to the small town E. of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The larger Union Army overwhelmed his and won the battle. troops Both life. This Union victory sides experienced terrible losses of left the South with winning the Civil no chance of War.

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President Lincoln visited Gettysburg in made a speech at a ceremony dedicatin November 1863. He g part of the battlefield as a cemetery. This speech is called the Gettysburg Address. Even though it was less than three minutes most famous and long, it is one of the inspiring speeches in American history. ©Carole Marsh/Gallopad e International • www.gallopade .com • Page 10 ~ This book is not reproducible.

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their coast, they When African tribes sighted the huge sailboat moving toward the ship and its men wondered what strange thing it might be. They welcomed history… peacefully. Little did they know how this visit would change Africa was left untouched for many years. Countries in northern Africa, like Egypt, had been established for centuries, but European explorers had never set foot on other parts of the massive continent. In the 1400s, things changed! Portuguese explorers decided to find out what lay beyond the coasts of northern Africa. They were mainly interested in finding a new route to India.

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slave trade. The equator line is 25,000 miles long and goes directly across the middle of the world. It runs great change to The first Portuguese boats to the shores of Africa brought through many countries including people—and Ecuador, land, andBrazil, Colombia, the Republic the continent. Europe gained control of Africa’s resources, of the Congo, Kenya, Uganda, and Africa has never been the same. Indonesia. they had the right to Countries along the To think about: Why do you think the Portuguese thought equator are among the hottest places take Africans away from their homeland?times in the world. At certain of the year, the sun runs right along the line of its most intense heat the equator, shining toward the equatorial countries. These countries year-round summer experience a with little season changes.

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Days are a little different along the equator. Countries experience faster sunrises along the equator and sunsets than anywhere takes minutes for the else in the world. It days to begin and end. only Around the North and where the sun is not South Poles, as intense, sunrises and sunsets can take days! And the answer is… No, water does not flow differently down a sink or toilet in the Northern Hemisphere than it does in the Southern Hemisphere !

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It splits the Cape of Northdafrom Gama In 1498, Vasco therounded South. Itthe is surrounded by myth it’s invisible… and mystery. And, Good Hope and established a route around Africa to India. India became an important trading post for The equator—that imaginary Portugal. line separating the Northern Hemispheres—attracts and Southern plenty of questions. One of the most popular questions is: offered it also water Africa offered gold and land, but“Does flow explorersthe opposite way down a sink in the Northern labor in the form of black slaves. Portuguese Hemisphere than it does slaves to in the Southern were the first Europeans to bring African Hemisphere?” Hmmm! Europe. It was the beginning of the African

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The New Settlement

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The Colony of Georgia

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In June 1732, King George granted a charter for creating Georgia and named Oglethorpe as one of the 21 trustees govern it. The reasons to for settlement were: ● Charity—poor and unemployed could apply to go to the new colony ● Economics—new colony could send crops back to England ● Defense—Georg for profit ia would protect South Carolina at no cost to the government

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Teacher’s Edition Complete student workbook enriched and with supplemental materials related to eac right. statement on the Who Said It? on the left to the Match the person be white settlers. It will C m going out to meet these 1. ____“I’ with each other.” good for us to cooperate spot I need to find a good D “We have finally arrived! 2. ____ colonists to settle.” near a river for the to start a new life A “I am so grateful for the chance 3. ____ Georgia.” in the new colony of the me to help him understand B “Oglethorpe needsmay 4. ____ have many serious we D. James Oglethorpe native people. If not,

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In June 1732, King George Georgia and named Oglethor granted a charter for creating govern it. The pe as one of the 21 trustees reasons for settleme to nt were: G Charity— poor and unemplo yed could apply G Economics—new to go to the new colony colony could send crops back G Defense—Georg to England for ia would protect profit South Carolina at no cost to the governm ent ©Carole Marsh/Gallopad e International •

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In 1730 James Oglethorpe to establish and a few a buffer colon other Englis hmen made y between colony of Florid South Carol plans a. This new ina and the George II. colony was Spanish to be name d Georgia for King Oglethorpe founded Savan first colon nah on Febru ial settlement ary 12, . 1733, Savan Georgia colon as Georgia’s nah was the y until after chief city and the American capital of the Illegal tradin Revol ution. g the Georgia-Flo between English smug glers and Spani rida boundary, tried to captu sh led to war re Florida between Engla colonies, plus disagreeme but failed. Battle of Blood nd and Spain nt In 1742 his y Marsh on in 1739. Oglet over troops crush St. Simons continued horpe ed a Spani in Europe Island. This sh landing without settlin victory ended in the g the origin the war in al disputes. America, but Oglethorpe it hoped Georg prohibited the importatio ia would become a colon n of blacks y of small By 1750 Georg farms. The so that neith ia law had colony’s chart er slavery been chang soon devel nor plantation er ed to allow oped. s settlers to bring in slaves would develop. , and plant ations

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CRCT Vocabulary Student Workbook 2 single copy class pack of 30 + 1 teacher’s guide Online Student Workbook Ebook Subscriptions (1 year) 4,5 1 teacher + 1-30 students 1 teacher + 31-60 students 1 teacher + 61-90 students 1 teacher + 91-120 students 1 teacher “teacher-only” subscription Online Student CRCT Test Prep Ebook Subscriptions (1 year) 4,5 1 teacher + 1-30 students 1 teacher + 31-60 students 1 teacher + 61-90 students 1 teacher + 91-120 students 1 teacher “teacher-only” subscription Teacher’s Edition of Student Workbook 6 Teacher’s Edition of CRCT Vocabulary Book 6 Blackline Masters 6 Enrichment Pack 6 Color “Transparencies” on CD 6 20 Ways to Teach GPS with Pizzazz 6

GAW6 GA6CC

$18.99 $569.70

GAPVOC6S GA6VOCCS

$2.99 $99.99

GAO6S1 GAO6S3 GAO6S6 GAO6S9 GAO6T

$648.70 $798.40 $948.10 $1,097.80 $499.00

GAO6STP1 GAO6STP3 GAO6STP6 GAO6STP9 GAO6TTP GATE6 GAPVOC6T GABBLA6 GAPENR6 GACTRA6 GAT20

$358.70 $418.40 $478.10 $537.80 $299.00 $39.99 $29.99 $29.99 $29.99 $29.99 $9.99

GA7CS1

$684.63

GAW7 GA7CC

$18.99 $569.70

GAPVOC7S GA7VOCCS

$2.99 $99.99

GAO7S1 GAO7S3 GAO7S6 GAO7S9 GAO7T

$648.70 $798.40 $948.10 $1,097.80 $499.00

GAO7STP1 GAO7STP3 GAO7STP6 GAO7STP9 GAO7TTP GATE7 GAPVOC7T GABBLA7 GAPENR7 GACTRA7 GAT20

$358.70 $418.40 $478.10 $537.80 $299.00 $39.99 $29.99 $29.99 $29.99 $29.99 $9.99

ITEM # GA8CS6

PRICE $3,595.05

GA8CS1

$684.63

GAW8 GA8CC

$18.99 $569.70

GAPVOC8S GA8VOCCS

$2.99 $99.99

GAO8S1 GAO8S3 GAO8S6 GAO8S9 GAO8T

$648.70 $798.40 $948.10 $1,097.80 $499.00

GAO8STP1 GAO8STP3 GAO8STP6 GAO8STP9 GAO8TTP GATE8 GAPVOC8T GABBLA8 GAPENR8 GACTRA8 GAT20

$358.70 $418.40 $478.10 $537.80 $299.00 $39.99 $29.99 $29.99 $29.99 $29.99 $9.99

8TH GRADE PRODUCT 8th Grade Class Set – 6 year purchase Includes 30 Student Sets each year for 6 years, Teacher Online Resources free for 6 years, and Teacher Resource Set free in first year. 8th Grade Class Set – 1 year purchase Includes 30 Student Sets for 1 year, Teacher Online Resources free for 1 year, and Teacher Resource Set free in first year. Student Workbook 1 single copy class carton of 30 CRCT Vocabulary Student Workbook 2 single copy class pack of 30 + 1 teacher’s guide

6TH GRADE

ITEM # PRICE GA7CS6GA $3,595.05

Online Student Workbook Ebook Subscriptions (1 year) 4,5 1 teacher + 1-30 students 1 teacher + 31-60 students 1 teacher + 61-90 students 1 teacher + 91-120 students 1 teacher “teacher-only” subscription Online Student CRCT Test Prep Ebook Subscriptions (1 year) 4,5 1 teacher + 1-30 students 1 teacher + 31-60 students 1 teacher + 61-90 students 1 teacher + 91-120 students 1 teacher “teacher-only” subscription Teacher’s Edition of Student Workbook 6 Teacher’s Edition of CRCT Vocabulary Book 6 Blackline Masters 6 Enrichment Pack 6 Color “Transparencies” on CD 6 20 Ways to Teach GPS with Pizzazz 6

FOOTNOTES: When purchased as part of a Class Set, products are discounted as follows: 1 25% discount in 6-year set; 10% discount in 1-year set 2 33% discount in 6-year set; 33% discount in 1-year set 3 25% discount in 6-year set; 20% discount in 1-year set 4 75% discount in 6-year set; 75% discount in 1-year set 5 Free for teacher every year with corresponding Class Set 6 Free for teacher first year of Class Set purchase

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Georgia Reader Packs Item#

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Aligned to Kindergarten Standards: REP 001 George Washington Pack REP 005 Abraham Lincoln Pack REP 008 Martin Luther King, Jr. Pack REP 026 Christopher Columbus Pack REP 228 Barack Obama Pack Aligned to First Grade Standards: REP 002 Johnny Appleseed Pack REP 006 Benjamin Franklin Pack REP 007 Thomas Jefferson Pack REP 011 Harriet Tubman Pack REP 018 George Washington Carver Pack REP 019 Davy Crockett Pack REP 104 Lewis & Clark Pack REP 117 Sacagawea Pack REP 127 Theodore Roosevelt Pack REP 184 Annie Oakley Pack REP 191 Paul Bunyan Pack REP 193 John Henry Pack Aligned to Second Grade Standards: REP 008 Martin Luther King, Jr. Pack REP 060 Jackie Robinson Pack REP 107 Jimmy Carter Pack REP 128 Sequoyah Pack REP 170 Tomochichi Pack REP 171 Mary Musgrove Pack REP 172 James Oglethorpe Pack REP 228 Barack Obama Pack Aligned to Third Grade Standards: REP 004 Susan B. Anthony Pack REP 012 Paul Revere Pack REP 022 Thurgood Marshall Pack REP 092 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Pack REP 097 Cesar Chavez Pack REP 101 Frederick Douglass Pack REP 163 Eleanor Roosevelt Pack REP 164 Mary McLeod Bethune Pack REP 187 Lyndon B. Johnson Pack Aligned to Fourth Grade Standards: REP 001 George Washington Pack REP 006 Benjamin Franklin Pack REP 007 Thomas Jefferson Pack REP 011 Harriet Tubman Pack

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REP 014 Juan Ponce de Leon Pack REP 023 James Madison Pack REP 026 Christopher Columbus Pack REP 046 John Cabot Pack REP 071 Jacques Cartier Pack REP 075 Patrick Henry Pack REP 104 Lewis & Clark Pack REP 122 John Adams Pack REP 129 King George III Pack REP 144 Henry Hudson Pack REP 165 Vasco Nuñez de Balboa Pack REP 177 Benedict Arnold Pack REP 183 Elizabeth Cady Stanton Pack Aligned to Fifth Grade Standards: REP 005 Abraham Lincoln Pack REP 008 Martin Luther King, Jr. Pack REP 110 John F. Kennedy Pack REP 018 George Washington Carver Pack REP 020 Ulysses S. Grant Pack REP 021 Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson Pack REP 022 Thurgood Marshall Pack REP 024 Robert E. Lee Pack REP 028 Rosa Parks Pack REP 047 Louis Armstrong Pack REP 055 John Brown Pack REP 091 Orville and Wilbur Wright Pack REP 092 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Pack REP 093 Thomas Edison Pack REP 114 Charles Lindbergh Pack REP 119 Alexander Graham Bell Pack REP 127 Theodore Roosevelt Pack REP 130 Henry Ford Pack REP 131 Jefferson Davis Pack REP 178 William McKinley Pack REP 179 Harry Truman Pack REP 180 Joseph McCarthy Pack REP 185 Langston Hughes Pack REP 186 Babe Ruth Pack REP 188 Robert F. Kennedy Pack REP 189 Herbert Hoover Pack REP 198 Duke Ellington Pack REP 199 Margaret Mitchell Pack REP 200 Jesse Owens Pack

“HATS OFF to Gallopade International! My teachers love the Georgia Experience materials. Not only are they friendly to use, they are correlated to our Georgia Performance Standards. Every famous person in our standards has a matching biography that lets teachers integrate reading with social studies…true teaching. It is wonderful to find expert materials that enable teachers to create exceptional lessons that engage students. Thank you!” Rena Beasley, Director of Standards-Based Learning Coffee County Schools


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FAQ Frequently Asked Questions…and Answers! Do you accept purchase orders? Yes! You can fax or mail a purchase order – or call us, but please don’t duplicate it. (Note: our website only accepts orders paid with a credit or debit card.)

Who is eligible for Gallopade’s adoption pricing? Every Georgia school, district, teacher, PTO, etc. can receive Gallopade’s adoption pricing. Every purchase will automatically receive the special pricing.

Are your products suitable for ELL students? Absolutely! Our workbooks present content in “small bites” which are easier for ELL students to read and understand than long chapters in textbooks. Vocabulary workbooks and reader biographies are ideal tools to help ELL students improve their English vocabulary while learning specific GPS content, and they can be used for breakout classes or within the primary classroom.

Can I use your products on my SmartBoard, Promethean Board, or other electronic whiteboard? Yes. Our Class Sets now include an electronic version of the Student Workbook that you can project onto your whiteboard! Our Test Prep software can be used on your whiteboard. And, our color “transparencies” now come on a CD for projecting. These items are all “whiteboard compatible” – usable on any brand of electronic whiteboard.

How long does it take to receive an order? We ship from Peachtree City, Georgia so our Georgia customers get our fastest service! Most orders shipped “standard shipping” are delivered in less than a week from when we receive your order (3-8 business days is our official answer). Most orders shipped “saver shipping” are delivered within 2 weeks (7-17 business days, officially). Request your shipping method when you place your order and let us know if you have a deadline.

What are your shipping costs? “Standard shipping” is 10% of product cost; minimum charge of $10. “Saver shipping” is 6% of product cost; minimum charge of $5.

How can I review sample products? Online evaluation kits are available to you at www.georgiacurriculum.com Contact us for additional information or to schedule an appointment for a meeting or presentation.

How does the Georgia Experience work for differentiated instruction? It provides multiple pathways to meet learning objectives. The “small bites” approach helps students stay focused and the interactive approach keeps students actively learning and participating. The combination of resources gives teachers the tools and flexibility to teach students at various levels and based on various learning styles. Even gifted learners can be challenged with performance tasks that encourage extended thinking, creativity, and collaboration.

How do I get a price quote to show my principal (or district coordinator)? Call us if you need a quote and we will be happy to provide one!

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