Autobiography art with great evaluation sheet and worksheet!
Several openings are available in the 2013-14 Postcard Swap! Please join us....and REPIN, REPIN, REPIN! Lets get the word out. If your state is not highlighted in green on the PARTICIPATING CLASSES page, then it's up for grabs. This is a great group of teachers that help our students learn about the 50 states. Join us!
Join our 50 States postcard swap for the 2013-14 school year!
printable map of the USA - LOTS of FREE printables, a lot of them for kids. Coloring pages, craft ideas, ect.
Art and Fluency (informational reading), Tests and Timelines, 13 American Heroes are included in this unit. Perfect for MLK Day, President's Day, Black History Month, and Hero of the Week/ Character education. (Common Core)
Social Studies Online - Holy cow! TONS of maps, games, and more!
Free video version of the book, Martin's Big Words.
Understanding Latitude and Longitude--using a balloon
This is a great site for students to go to in order to learn about landforms and bodies of water...They'll love it because it was created by other students!!!
What each state is tops at.
Good idea - Use nesting tupperware boxes to illustrate the concepts of House, Town, State, Country, Continent, Planet.
free printable geography fact cards
Teaching Landforms Currently my students are learning about many different types of landforms. We have viewed, discussed, and identified the following: oceans, rivers, lakes, valleys, mountains, plateaus, islands, peninsulas, hills, canyons, and volcanoes. After a couple days of lessons on landforms, I had my students create a landform flipbook to illustrate and describe five landforms of their choice. Above, is an example of a landform flipbook that I