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TEXAS HISTORY

Suggested Teaching This product is designed to be a companion to Texas Studies Weekly (TSW), a weekly magazine subscription available to students in Texas. Many schools have adopted TSW as their social studies curriculum because it meets the needs of today’s students and includes every fourth grade social studies standard mandated by the state. If you haven’t heard of this product, check it out! There are 8 items included with this product: • Outline Study Guide (8 pages) • Columbus’ Voyages PP Project • Early Texas Explorers Pop- Up Book (7 pages) • Spanish Explorers Board Game • Vocabulary Flash Cards (2 versions) • Word Bank (for differentiation) • Test (4 pages) • Study Guide and Test Keys

Teaching Scope • 3-4 weeks

This resource packet, when used alongside Week 9, 10, and 11 of Texas Studies Weekly, covers: Week 9: The New World • Summarize reasons for European exploration and settlement of the Western Hemisphere • Identify the accomplishments and economic motivations of European explorers (Christopher Columbus) and explain the impact of these explorations on the settlement of the Western Hemisphere. TEKS.b.21.A, TEKS.b.1.B, TEKS.b.2.A, TEKS.b.2.B, TEKS.b.21.B,TEKS.b.21.C, TEKS.b.22.A, TEKS.b.22.B, TEKS.b. 22.C, TEKS.b.22.D, TEKS.b.22.E Week 10: Spanish Explorers • Summarize reasons for European exploration and settlement of Texas • Identify the accomplishments of Spanish explorers in Texas (Alonso Alvarez de Pineda, Cabeza de Vaca, Francisco Coronado, Juan de Onate) and explain the impact of these explorations on the settlement of the Western Hemisphere, especially Texas. TEKS.b.19.C, TEKS.b.2.A,TEKS.b.2.B, TEKS.b.2.C, TEKS.b.8.A, TEKS.b.8.B, TEKS.b.8.C, TEKS.b.21.B, TEKS.b.21. C, TEKS.b.22.A, TEKS.b.22.B,TEKS.b.22.C, TEKS.b.22.D, TEKS.b.22.E Week 11: La Salle • Identify the accomplishments and economic motivations of Rene Robert Cavalier de La Salle, learn about La Salle’s ill-fated expeditions to the New World and how his journeys impacted Texas, and discuss the mistakes made by the explorer and how those mistakes led to a final disaster TEKS.b.19.C, TEKS.b.14.B, TEKS.b.2.A, TEKS.b.2.B, TEKS.b.2.C,TEKS.b.8.A, TEKS.b.8.B, TEKS.b.8.C, TEKS.b.21. B, TEKS.b.21.C, TEKS.b.22.A, TEKS.b.22.B, TEKS.b.22.C, TEKS.b.22.D,TEKS.b.22.E

Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly Study Guide Week 9- The New World “Christopher Columbus Was a Failure?” 1. Christopher Columbus was born in Italy, but moved to Spain when he was 34. He answered to the king and queen of __________________. 2. Christopher Columbus expected to find __________________, but he found two new __________________ that he didn’t even know existed. 3. Columbus had two purposes for his explorations. One was to establish __________________ __________________ and the other was to make money in the __________________business. 4. However, trading was hard because the journey for spices and gold required traveling long distances over dangerous lands. Columbus dreamed of finding an __________________to __________________. 5. When Columbus first landed, he thought he was in Japan near India. He named the islands he landed on the Indies and called the people living there __________________. The people treated him like a __________________.

“Columbus’ Voyages” Voyage

What went right

What went wrong

Voyage 1___________

Columbus returned to Spain as a ___________.

The ______________________sank.

Voyage 2__________

Columbus founded a colony on the island of ______________________.

Because of bad conditions and the way Columbus treated people, many went back to ___________.

Voyage 3___________

Columbus found ___________ ___________.

Columbus was arrested for his ___________ treatment of people.

Voyage 4___________

The voyage was ___________, and they survived a terrible hurricane.

Columbus never found China, and he wound up terribly ___________.

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Draw and label Columbus’ Voyages.

Vocabulary 6. Trade: ___________________________________________________________________ 7. Continent: ______________________________________________________________ 8. Scurvy: __________________________________________________________________ 9. Ocean Route: ____________________________________________________________ 10.Settlement: _____________________________________________________________

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Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly Study Guide Week 10- Spanish Explorers “The New World: Why was the New World Such a Big Deal?” Many people were ________________ about the New ______________

World. With more wealth, ________________ would become a

______________

more powerful nation. There were many legends about ________________ and enormous wealth. With more land, people could establish new

______________

_____________________. The more land a country has, the better it can meet the ________________ of the people.

________________

Spain was a ________________ nation and believed it

________________

was their duty to convert people to the Catholic faith. Other ________________ nations began their own

________________

exploration and colonization of the New Word. Some of these countries included Portugal, ________________, and ________________.

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“Modern Europeans Explore Texas” “The Fate of Texas’ First Explorers” Explorer

Alonso Alvarez de _____________

Date

Facts Pineda wanted to map the

Fate He was attacked

________________ in hopes

and killed by

of finding a

________________.

________________ to China. He was the first person to map the ________________ coast and the first known ________________ in Texas. Cabeza de Vaca and his

He treated his

men were attacked by

people harshly and

Indians. They were very

was forced to move

inventive and saved their

to ________________

Alvar Nunez

lives by escaping Florida.

until he was

________________

They wound up washing

declared innocent

ashore near

and allowed to

________________. Cabeza

remain in Spain.

________________

de Vaca and his slave, ________________ traveled across ________________. Francisco Vazquez de ________________ © Cassi Noack 2015

Coronado came to the New

He treated his

World in search of

people badly and

________________. One of

was forced into

Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) Study Guide

his men was the first

Mexico City.

European to see the

However, he

________________. After his

eventually became

explorations, he decided

the governor of a

that Texas was only good

small

for ________________crops.

________________ region. To revenge his nephew’s death, he cut off the

His mission was to convert Juan de ________________

Indians to ________________.

____________ of men. Because of his cruelty, his colony failed and he was forced to leave the New World.

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Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly Study Guide Week 11- LaSalle “LaSalle: A Strange Man in a Strange World” 1. Within 200 years of Columbus discovering the New World, ________________ controlled the land that is now called Mexico. In those days, the land was called ________________. 2. At this time, France was growing strong in the ________________ part of North America, Spain was growing strong in the ________________, and the Indians controlled all the land between. 3. France and _______________ were enemies. 4. LaSalle is best known for claiming ________________ for France. “The Trouble with LaSalle” 5. Desperate to have volunteers for his voyage, La Salle recruited ________________ to go along with him. 6. When LaSalle reached the Gulf of Mexico, he was supposed to be in ________________, but he wound up in Texas. He claimed it for ________________. 7. LaSalle built a Fort on Garcitas creek and called it ________________. 8. The Frenchmen developed a friendship with the ________________ until it was discovered that they had taken goods from the French ship. © Cassi Noack 2015

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“LaSalle’s Final Disasters” 9. When LaSalle’s final ship had sunk, their only option was to travel 1,200 miles to their former fort. When disagreements erupted over ________________ meat, some of LaSalle’s men killed him. “Did LaSalle Do Anything Right?” 10. LaSalle was important to Texas history because his explorations motivated the ________________ to take a stronger interest in settling Texas. The Spanish did not want the ________________ to have the upper hand in settling Texas and therefore began exploring, settling, and building ________________ in Texas.

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Directions: Cut out the cards on the dark lines. Fold the cards in half and tape or staple closed.

Trade

to exchange something of value for a different item of value

Continent

a piece of land larger than a country

Scurvy

a disease that sailors often got from not having vitamin C

Ocean Route

a way to reach distant places without going across land

Settlement

a piece of land on which groups of people make their home

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Directions: Write the definition for each word. Cut out the cards on the dark lines. Fold the cards in half and tape or staple closed.

Trade Continent Scurvy Ocean Route Settlement © Cassi Noack 2015

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Name ___________________________ Date ________________________

Directions: Use the words from the bank to complete your study outline. Check off each word as it has been used.

WORD BANK Week 9 colonies

Indians

Asia

China

god

1498

South America

hero

ill

1502

1492

Spain

trade

cruel

Spanish

short

Hispaniola

1493

ocean route

continents

Spain

Santa Maria

WORD BANK Week 10 Pineda

European

needs

curious

Coronado

Esteban

European

gold

Africa

England

knowledge

Spreading

Texas

Indians

1598-1608

Galveston

settlements

gold

Spain

1528-1536

land

waterway

1519

France

Gulf Coast

1540-1542

wealth

Texas

Catholic

growing

Cabeza de Vaca

Competition

Grand Canyon

European

Onate

Christianity

Christianity

feet

WORD BANK Week 11 beggars

northeastern

Spain

Louisiana

Fort Saint Louis

New Spain

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Spain

bison

Karankawa southwest France

French

Spanish missions Louisiana

Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) Study Guide

Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly Study Guide-KEY Week 9- The New World “Christopher Columbus Was a Failure?” 1. Christopher Columbus was born in Italy, but moved to Spain when he was 34. He answered to the king and queen of Spain. 2. Christopher Columbus expected to find China, but he found two new continents that he didn’t even know existed. 3. Columbus had two purposes for his explorations. One was to establish Spanish colonies and the other was to make money in the trade business. 4. However, trading was hard because the journey for spices and gold required traveling long distances over dangerous lands. Columbus dreamed of finding an ocean route to Asia. 5. When Columbus first landed, he thought he was in Japan near India. He named the islands he landed on the Indies and called the people living there Indians. The people treated him like a god.

“Columbus’ Voyages” Voyage

What went right

What went wrong

Columbus returned to Spain as a hero.

The Santa Maria sank.

Voyage 2- 1493

Columbus founded a colony on the island of Hispaniola.

Because of bad conditions and the way Columbus treated people, many went back to Spain.

Voyage 3- 1498

Columbus found South America.

Columbus was arrested for his cruel treatment of people.

Voyage 4- 1502

The voyage was short, and they survived a terrible hurricane.

Columbus never found China, and he wound up terribly ill.

Voyage 1- 1492

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Draw and label Columbus’ Voyages.

Vocabulary 6. Trade: to exchange something of value for a different item of value 7. Continent: a piece of land larger than a country 8. Scurvy: a disease that sailors often got from not having vitamin C 9. Ocean Route: a way to reach distant places without going across land 10. Settlement: a piece of land on which groups of people make their home

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Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly Study Guide-KEY Week 10- Spanish Explorers “The New World: Why was the New World Such a Big Deal?” Knowledge

Many people were curious about the New World. With more wealth, Spain would become a more

Wealth

powerful nation. There were many legends about gold and enormous wealth. With more land, people could establish new

Land

settlements. The more land a country has, the better it can meet the needs of the people.

Spreading Christianity

Spain was a Catholic nation and believed it was their duty to convert people to the Catholic faith. Other European nations began their own exploration

Competition

and colonization of the New Word. Some of these countries included Portugal, England, and France.

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“Modern Europeans Explore Texas” “The Fate of Texas’ First Explorers” Explorer

Alonso Alvarez de Pineda

Date

1519

Facts Pineda wanted to map the Gulf

Fate He was attacked and

Coast in hopes of finding a

killed by Indians.

waterway to China. He was the first person to map the Texas coast and the first known European in Texas. Cabeza de Vaca and his men

He treated his people

were attacked by Indians. They harshly and was were very inventive and saved

Alvar 1528- their lives by escaping Florida. Nunez Cabeza de 1536 They wound up washing Vaca ashore near Galveston. Cabeza

forced to move to Africa until he was declared innocent and allowed to

de Vaca and his slave, Esteban, remain in Spain. traveled across Texas. Coronado came to the New World in search of gold. One of his men was the first European

Francisco 1540Vazquez to see the Grand Canyon. After de 1542 his explorations, he decided Coronado that Texas was only good for growing crops.

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He treated his people badly and was forced into Mexico City. However, he eventually became the governor of a small European region.

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To revenge his nephew’s death, he cut off the feet of Juan de Onate

1598- His mission was to convert

men. Because of his

1608 Indians to Christianity.

cruelty, his colony failed and he was forced to leave the New World.

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Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly Study Guide-KEY Week 11- LaSalle “LaSalle: A Strange Man in a Strange World” 1. Within 200 years of Columbus discovering the New World, Spain controlled the land that is now called Mexico. In those days, the land was called New Spain. 2. At this time, France was growing strong in the northeastern part of North America, Spain was growing strong in the southwest, and the Indians controlled all the land between. 3. France and Spain were enemies. 4. LaSalle is best known for claiming Louisiana for France. “The Trouble with LaSalle” 5. Desperate to have volunteers for his voyage, La Salle recruited beggars to go along with him. 6. When LaSalle reached the Gulf of Mexico, he was supposed to be in Louisiana, but he wound up in Texas. He claimed it for France. 7. LaSalle built a Fort on Garcitas creek and called it Fort Saint Louis. 8. The Frenchmen developed a friendship with the Karankawa until it was discovered that they had taken goods from the French ship.

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“LaSalle’s Final Disasters” 9. When LaSalle’s final ship had sunk, their only option was to travel 1,200 miles to their former fort. When disagreements erupted over bison meat, some of LaSalle’s men killed him. “Did LaSalle Do Anything Right?” 10. LaSalle was important to Texas history because his explorations motivated the Spanish to take a stronger interest in settling Texas. The Spanish did not want the French to have the upper hand in settling Texas and therefore began exploring, settling, and building missions in Texas.

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Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly TEST Weeks 9-11 Part 1- Vocabulary Directions: Write the letter of the definition that matches each vocabulary word.

Answer

Vocabulary Word

Definition

1. Trade

A

a piece of land on which groups of people make their home

2. Continent

B

a piece of land larger than a country

3. Scurvy

C

to exchange something of value for something else

4. Ocean Route

D

a disease that sailors got from lacking Vitamin C

5. Settlement

E

a way to reach distant places without going across land

Part 2 Directions: Using the word bank, write the word on the line that will make each statement correct.

China Asia 6. © Cassi Noack 2015

Italy Indies

Spain South America

Christopher Columbus was born here. Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) TEST

7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

In his attempts to find this country, Christopher Columbus found two new continents that he never knew even existed. Columbus’ purpose for his explorations was to establish colonies for this country. Columbus named the people of this island “Indians.” Columbus eventually discovered this continent, which was new to the Europeans. Columbus never found an ocean route to this continent.

Part 3 Directions: Write True or False in each blank.

12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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The Santa Maria sank during Columbus’ first voyage. Columbus looked for the island of Hispaniola, but was never able to find it. Columbus treated all people with the kindness and generosity shown to him. Columbus and his men survived a terrible hurricane during their voyage. Columbus never found China.

Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) TEST

Part 4 Directions: Write the letter of the statement that describes the overall reason

that people came to the New World Answer

Vocabulary Word

Definition

17. Knowledge

A

Some countries, including Portugal, England, and France, wanted to be the first people to settle the new land.

18. Wealth

B

New settlements must have the resources to meet all the needs of its people.

19. Land

C

With the promise of gold, comes the promise of power.

Spreading Christianity

D

Curiosity of the unknown is a strong driving force.

21. Competition

E

Many people believe that it is their duty to share their god with others.

20.

Part 5 Directions: Using the word bank, write the name of the explorer that is being

described.

Pineda

Cabeza de Vaca

Onate

LaSalle

22.

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Coronado

This explorer came searching for gold and his men were the first Europeans to see the Grand Canyon.

Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) TEST

This explorer was the first to map the Texas coast. This explorer’s main purpose was to convert Indians to Christianity. This explorer traveled throughout Texas with his slave, Esteban. This explorer motivated Spain to settle Texas more quickly.

23. 24. 25. 26.

Part 6 Directions: Using the word bank, write the word on the line that will make

each statement correct. NOT ALL WORDS WILL BE USED.

Southwest

Northeast

New Spain

Italy

Spain

France

27. 28. 29. 30.

This word was used to describe the land that is now called Mexico. France was growing strong in this part of North America. Spain was growing strong in this part of North America. France was an enemy of this country.

Part 7- Essay Directions: On a separate piece of paper, write a paragraph telling everything

you know about your favorite explorer we have learned about.

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Name ________________________

Texas Studies Weekly TEST Weeks 9-11 Part 1- Vocabulary Directions: Write the letter of the definition that matches each vocabulary word.

Answer

Vocabulary Word

Definition

C

1. Trade

A

a piece of land on which groups of people make their home

B

2. Continent

B

a piece of land larger than a country

D

3. Scurvy

C

to exchange something of value for something else

E

4. Ocean Route

D

a disease that sailors got from lacking Vitamin C

A

5. Settlement

E

a way to reach distant places without going across land

Part 2 Directions: Using the word bank, write the word on the line that will make each statement correct.

China Asia 6. Italy © Cassi Noack 2015

Italy Indies

Spain South America

Christopher Columbus was born here. Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) TEST

7. China 8. Spain 9. Indies 10. South America 11. Asia

In his attempts to find this country, Christopher Columbus found two new continents that he never knew even existed. Columbus’ purpose for his explorations was to establish colonies for this country. Columbus named the people of this island “Indians.” Columbus eventually discovered this continent, which was new to the Europeans. Columbus never found an ocean route to this continent.

Part 3 Directions: Write True or False in each blank.

12. True 13. False 14. False 15. True 16. True

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The Santa Maria sank during Columbus’ first voyage. Columbus looked for the island of Hispaniola, but was never able to find it. Columbus treated all people with the kindness and generosity shown to him. Columbus and his men survived a terrible hurricane during their voyage. Columbus never found China.

Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) TEST

Part 4 Directions: Write the letter of the statement that describes the overall reason

that people came to the New World Answer

Vocabulary Word

Definition

D

17. Knowledge

A

Some countries, including Portugal, England, and France, wanted to be the first people to settle the new land.

C

18. Wealth

B

New settlements must have the resources to meet all the needs of its people.

B

19. Land

C

With the promise of gold, comes the promise of power.

E

20.

Spreading Christianity

D

Curiosity of the unknown is a strong driving force.

A

21. Competition

E

Many people believe that it is their duty to share their god with others.

Part 5 Directions: Using the word bank, write the name of the explorer that is being

described.

Pineda

Cabeza de Vaca

Onate

LaSalle

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Coronado

This explorer came searching for gold and his men were the first Europeans to see the Grand Canyon.

Texas Studies Weekly (Weeks 9-11) TEST

23. Pineda 24. Onate 25. Cabeza de Vaca 26. LaSalle

This explorer was the first to map the Texas coast. This explorer’s main purpose was to convert Indians to Christianity. This explorer traveled throughout Texas with his slave, Esteban. This explorer motivated Spain to settle Texas more quickly.

Part 6 Directions: Using the word bank, write the word on the line that will make

each statement correct. NOT ALL WORDS WILL BE USED.

Southwest

Northeast

New Spain

Italy

Spain

France

27. New Spain 28. Northeast 29. Southwest 30. Spain

This word was used to describe the land that is now called Mexico. France was growing strong in this part of North America. Spain was growing strong in this part of North America. France was an enemy of this country.

Part 7- Essay Directions: On a separate piece of paper, write a paragraph telling everything

you know about your favorite explorer we have learned about.

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Spanish Explorers Review Game Materials:

• Game Board (line up the two halves of Texas and tape the pages together. They will be offset.) • Explorer Cards • Question Cards • 4 game pawns • Dice

Object: To be the first player to travel all four explorers’ routes Directions: • • • • •

Each player puts their pawn on the starting spot (S) of any of the four routes. On your turn, pick a question card. If you get it correct, you get to roll the dice and move that many spaces. If you get it wrong, you only get to move 1 space. Take turns playing this way. When you get to the end of the route, collect the Explorer card that belongs with the route. On your next turn, move to another explorer’s route. If you run out of question cards, shuffle them and return them to the deck. The first person to collect all four explorer cards is the winner.

S

Spanish Explorers

S

Cabeza de Vaca Coronado Pineda

Onate

S

S

This explorer was forced to move to Africa because of his treatment of the people.

This explorer wanted to map the Gulf Coast.

This explorer washed up in Galveston

This explorer wanted to covert Indians to Christianity.

This explorer traveled across Texas with his slave.

This explorer came to the New World in search of gold.

This explorer was looking for a waterway to China.

This explorer became a governor of a small European region.

This explorer avoided being killed by Indians by escaping Florida.

This explorer was forced into Mexico City because of the treatment of his people.

One of this explorer’s men was the first European to see the Grand Canyon.

This explorer was ultimately killed by Indians.

This was the first known European in Texas.

This explorer had a slave named Esteban.

This explorer said This explorer cut Texas was only off the feet of his good for growing enemies in a fit of crops. revenge.

This explorer wanted to map the Gulf Coast.

This explorer washed up in Galveston

This explorer wanted to covert Indians to Christianity.

Pineda

Cabeza de Vaca

Onate

This explorer traveled across Texas with his slave.

This explorer came to the New World in search of gold.

Cabeza de Vaca

This explorer avoided being killed by Indians by escaping Florida. Cabeza de Vaca

This was the first known European in Texas. Pineda

This explorer was forced to move to Africa because of his treatment of the people. Cabeza de Vaca

This explorer This explorer was became a governor looking for a of a small European waterway to region. China.

Coronado

Pineda

This explorer was forced into Mexico City because of the treatment of his people.

One of this explorer’s men was the first European to see the Grand Canyon.

Coronado

Coronado

Coronado

This explorer was ultimately killed by Indians. Pineda

This explorer had This explorer said This explorer cut a slave named Texas was only the feet off in a fit Esteban. good for growing of revenge. crops. Cabeza de Vaca

Coronado

Onate

Directions: 1. Using your own words and pictures, complete each of the explorer’s page. Use the example to show you what to include in each section. 2. Fold the paper in half from top to bottom. 3. With the paper folded in half, cut only along the dotted lines. 4. Fold each flap up and press to make a crease. 5. Unfold paper. Glue a blank piece of paper to the back. Be careful not to glue down your flaps. 6. Complete one page for each of the explorers. 7. Create a book by stacking each folded page on top of another. The first page in the book goes on top and the last page goes on bottom of the stack. 8. Keeping the pages folded and stacked, glue the backs of each paper together starting with the bottom page. They are glued just like they are stacked. It will end up being folded like an accordion. 9. Add your cover to the front 10. Staple the folds together to secure the book.

Early Texas Explorers By: ___________

Early Texas Explorers Example Write the name of the country this person was from.

Picture of Flag (Draw or print and glue)

Use this space to write interesting facts about this explorer.

Use this space to write when this person was born, when they died, and what became of them.

Picture of Explorer (Draw or print and glue)

Use this space to write this person’s motivation for exploring Texas.

Early Texas Explorers Alonso Alvarez de Pineda Born: Died: Fate:

Early Texas Explorers Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca Born: Died: Fate:

Early Texas Explorers Francisco Vazquez de Coronado Born: Died: Fate:

Early Texas Explorers Juan de Onate Born: Died: Fate:

Early Texas Explorers René-Robert Cavalier Sieur de La Salle Born: Died: Fate: