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Texas Region Map. Divide the students into four groups. Have them research that regions natural resources, major cities and populations, Native American Indian tribes, vegetation, and much more. When research is complete, give them the section of Texas they studied. Have them decorate accordingly. Connect the four regions and place on bulletin board. I keep it up all year and we refer to it many time throughout the school year. The students learn so much with this engaging and fun activity.

Texas Region Map. Divide the students into four groups. Have them research that regions natural resources, major cities and populations, Native American Indian tribes, vegetation, and much more. When research is complete, give them the section of Texas they studied. Have them decorate accordingly. Connect the four regions and place on bulletin board. I keep it up all year and we refer to it many time throughout the school year. The students learn so much with this engaging and fun activity.

The Texas Revolution, 1835-1836 Historical wall map identifies in color the accepted territory of Texas and the area in dispute, territory that was claimed by Texas and Mexico.

The Texas Revolution 1835-1836 (map 024)

The Texas Revolution, 1835-1836 Historical wall map identifies in color the accepted territory of Texas and the area in dispute, territory that was claimed by Texas and Mexico.

Texas Regions Project Map. Students could do this by using products that are majorly produced in each region.

Texas Regions Project Map. Students could do this by using products that are majorly produced in each region.

Teaching Texas History with Art | SchoolArtsRoom | Art Education Blog for K-12 Art Teachers

Teaching Texas History with Art | SchoolArtsRoom | Art Education Blog for K-12 Art Teachers

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