How hard is it to find time in the day to teach social studies, let alone prep for it?? This Interdisciplinary Citizenship Unit is designed so you can teach it during your ELA and Math blocks! There are 20 days of lessons plans including:-Read Alouds-Writing Activities-Leveled Guided Reading Passages with Questions (E, H & L) about American Symbols-Math Activities-Research Projects-Craftivities and much more!Minimal prep is required for this unit plan!
The Declaration of Independence: Social Studies Centers
The Declaration of Independence: Social Studies Centers ✎ 12 Task Cards ✎ Student Recording Sheet ✎ Thomas Jefferson Close Reading ✎ John Adams Close Reading ✎ Comparing Jefferson and Adams Activity ✎Vocabulary of the Declaration Matching Game ✎Matching Game Recording Sheet ✎ All Answer Keys Included!
Included in this week long lesson are demographics for 4 states, 4 propositions, letters from constituents, vocabulary puzzle and quiz, flow-chart, suggested links, and tons of student led discussions. I don't think my students will ever forget the process of introducing a bill into law after experiencing it firsthand!
Term 1 Grade 4 Ontario Science and Social Studies Inquiry Unit
People and Environments, Political and Physical Regions of Canada Habitats Rocks and Minerals Are you looking to make cross curricular connections in your science and social studies units? Are you trying to use inquiry? Are you looking for a grade 4 unit based on the new Ontario Social Studies Curriculum? Well look no more! Here is a whole term unit (that's right, an ENTIRE term of learning) for you to use in your program. This unit includes: - 20 weeks of lessons - 18 inquiry questions…
Map Skills: Social Studies! Cardinal Directions, Symbols! No PREP! Units 1-4
Do you teach Social Studies and struggle to find interesting, yet educational activities and lesson ideas? If so, this is EXACTLY what you need for 3-4 weeks of lessons! Included in this first edition of map skills are units 1-4. Featuring: *Land/Water *Cardinal Directions *Intermediate Directions *Map Symbols
Social studies for kids is such a fun topic to teach! Kids are naturally curious about the world around them, whether it be their neighborhood community or a continent on the other side of the world! Why not build on their curiosity by inviting them to participate in some fun geography activities!