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How to use anchor charts in social studies

This one-page PDF document is a chart activity to use in your social studies classroom to help make the five areas of social studies relevant to your student. Students can work individually or in small groups to answer the question, “How Does Social Studies Apply to My Life?”, for each of the five areas of social studies – geography, history, government, economics, and culture. Students are engaged in higher order thinking. $1.50

Chart of the Day - I will be using this site in math and social studies classes.

Social Studies chart from TC workshop

A 1st grade Social Studies unit all about Ruby Bridges. Includes lesson plans for the week, craftivity, graphic for anchor chart and a lap book. $

Good site defining Anchor Charts & giving tons of examples - sorted by categories. ie., Strategies, Genre, Writing Reading, Math, Procedures, Science & Social Studies

This mini-lesson is designed to use in a social studies classroom. This lesson contains a chart for assessing background knowledge of the topic...

Anchor Charts for 3rd Grade - Science/Social Studies (CCSS Aligned) product from 3rd-Grade-Gridiron on TeachersNotebook.com

Landforms, Maps and Globes is a Social Studies, Math and Literacy aligned with Common Core Standards and Essential Standards. The unit includes:L...

Time for Kids - Great Website for Integrating Language Arts and Social Studies, while teaching current events too.

OUR COUNTRY'S HISTORY PROGRAM W/ LITERACY LIBRARY: Linking history & geography—time & place. Hands-on lessons integrate atlas, activity maps, raised relief maps, and globes, helping students to develop a framework for understanding our country's history. 6 History Units: Three Worlds Meet, 1400 to 1682 Colonial America, 1600 to 1776 A New Nation, 1763 to 1810 The United States Expands, 1790 to 1860 Civil War and Change, 1820 to 1900 Modern America, 1898 to Now