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Communities Change Over Time: A Past and Present Unit

The local community serves as the focal point for third grade as students begin to understand how their communities have changed over time and to make comparisons with communities in other places. The study of local history comes alive through the use of artifacts and documents.

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A Cemetery Scavenger Hunt Makes a Great History Lesson

The cemetery is a great place to learn about local history. This free cemetery scavenger hunt can be used by all ages!

Look at how homes and communities have changed in the past 100 years. The project includes a local history study, a comparison of Victorian homes and lifestyles with modern day and an insight into the period’s inventions.

Resources page for records of The Scottish Genealogy Society - Family History and Ancestry in Scotland. The Society, based in Edinburgh and founded in 1953, helps with research into Scottish family and local history. The links on this page will be to on-line databases, transcriptions, and digital images of Scottish books or sites of general interest.

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Government Sort

This file is a sort for students to demonstrate the understanding of local, state, and federal government. Students are matching the leaders with the particular government that they work for. File includes Terms of Use.

Government levels: local, state, federal

Here's a terrific infographic on federal, state, and local government and what they each are responsible for doing/overseeing.