We're going to be using Pages to create your brochure. To get started, click the Pages icon in your Dock, or search for pages in spotlight.
In the Template Chooser, go to Brochures and select the Classic Brochure.
Start editing the text of the brochure. Let's start with the front page (all the way to the right) and change the title from Vineyard to California. All the text here is just filler. As soon as you click on it, it will turn blue (become highlighted) and your typing will replace it.
Under that, write one of California's nicknames. If it doesn't fit, you can change the font size in the menu at the top.
Next, change the text below the picture to "a guide to our state"
Under that, write your name.
This is the top middle page. Change the title to "Interesting Facts!"
Write a few of the interesting facts you've learned about California here.
This page will fold under the front page.
Here is where we'll write our Narrative Paragraph. Change the title to the same as in your writing journal.
There are two ways we can find images for our brochure:
Public Domain Resources: Owned by the public (that's us!)
Adding images to a Pages template is really easy!
The last page of your template has a place for a table.
We're going to fill this table with information about California's Population, which we'll find on wikipedia.org. First, title your table and change the headers to match the ones on the left.
Before you use it, read this note about Wikipedia.
When you're done, write down some things that population density can tell you about a town or city. How might a place be different if it has a high density, compared to a low density.