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state report display...looks like its made with a pizza box! so clever!

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ECONOMICS ACTIVITIES COMBO PACKET~ These eight (8) print-and-go worksheets cover several key concepts including needs/wants, goods/services, and production/consumption. This fun, easy-to-use download bundles three (3) other products. Use these printables for introductory lessons or review. Includes full-size answer keys for each activity! $

Students draw a tree (teacher draws an example on the board) and label each branch with the 3 branches on the government. The "leaves" are divided into three sections for each branch and students give one example in each section of leaves. (This activity can be done with the flower bouquet activity).

Veteran's Day

Happy Veterans Day

Times Machine is a wonderful database of New York Times articles that allows students to access exact digital copies of the famous newspaper dating back to 1851. With articles about everything from the sinking of the Titanic to death of President Lincoln, this is a valuable resource that can be used as source documents in history class or for many other classroom uses.

My favorite 4th grade Social Studies Resource! Liberty`s Kids Season 1 Episode 12 Part 1/2 "Common Sense" Synopsis: James, Sarah, and Henri meet Thomas Paine and hear his beliefs on the common man and independence.

If you teach the Civil War, you'll want to pin this excellent video!

Native American "museum" made by students who researched and made their displays and even labeled everything...awesome!

FREE Powers of Government Branches: Speech Rubric~ Formattable WORD documents include a parent letter and one-page rubric. Introduce and evaluate student speeches about the balance of powers among the judicial, executive, and legislative branches. Students easily understand how their preparation, 1-to-3 minute speech, and presentation will be evaluated. Easy-to-use check list assesses student's effort, content, and delivery. #government

AMERICAN SYMBOLS PRINTABLE~ This upper elementary crossword puzzle reviews key American symbols such as the American eagle, the Statue of Liberty, and the White House.

READING COMPREHENSION WORKSHEET~ One-page biography of George Washington followed by five (5) multiple choice comprehension questions. Quick intro or review for grades 2-5 social studies lessons.

FREE CONSTITUTION DAY BOOK MARK PRINTABLE~ Give your students a "piece of paper" reminding them how important one piece of paper can be!