Fun activity for elementary school children, but anyone can have fun with this.:

South African Ndebele Houses: Fun activity for elementary school children, but anyone can have fun with this.

Totem Poles- each child created their own face, and I connected them. We watched a YouTube video in totem pole history, and then they created their part out if construction paper, glue stick, and black Sharpie.

Totem Poles- each child created their own face, and I connected them. We watched…

Civil War is a Social Studies unit designed to teach upper elementary students about the many complex topics that contributed to the Civil War. Students read many original informational texts, and color-code these texts to help with comprehension. Several maps and foldables are included throughout the unit. A writing prompt for each lesson within the unit is also included.

Civil War

Do you know the difference between the three types of totem poles? We asked North American expert and celebrated artist, Andy Everson, to help explain 5 things you have to know about totem poles! #AboriginalBC

Do you know the difference between the three types of totem poles? We asked North American expert and celebrated artist, Andy Everson, to help explain 5 things you have to know about totem poles!

Blog post- Cute way to get your kids writing!  Create a story with the animals on your totem pole! My kids were so excited to tell their story of their own totem pole!

Native American Unit

The Colorful Art Palette: Week 13 Native American Indian Art and More...

The Colorful Art Palette: Week 13 Native American Indian Art and More.The main focus of this lesson was on symbols. We discussed how Native American Indians drew pictures to tell st

5 You Tube Channels that Rock for Social Studies

5 You Tube Channels that Rock for Social Studies It can be difficult to keep students interested in the topic of history, but using upbeat and informational videos can be one way to keep students engaged.

Teaching With a Mountain View

Grief Work - Memory Wheels - First Day, Last Day, and Any Day in Between! Adapt to use in grief work by making a memory wheel of the person who has died.

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