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First Grade SS Units

Ideas for my major social studies units: family, Christmas/Family Traditions, AMERICA!, Native Americans and more...

Art Room 104: iPad in the Classroom!

Art Room 104: iPad in the Classroom!

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Everything I need to know I learned in the art room

1 c. pasta, 2 tbsp rubbing alcohol, 2-3 drops food coloring - put 'em in a bag & shake then dry for 1 hour (up to overnight) *use instead of pony beads for our Native American crafts?!

My Name Is Snickerdoodle: Colors

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Roll, Add, & Cover FREE in the preview ... Presidents Day Math & Literacy Common Core Pack $

PRECIOUS Washington craft and writing lesson!

Good idea - Use nesting tupperware boxes to illustrate the concepts of House, Town, State, Country, Continent, Planet.

Life with Moore Babies: Our Place in the World

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PRESIDENTS DAY FREEBIE!

Sailing Into Second: President's Day Freebie!

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Your students will vote "YES!" when you use these activities celebrating Presidents Day! Over 150 pages of print and go printables and activities!! These Presidents Day printables are ideal for morning work, the writing center, stations, independent practice, small groups, homework, 5-minute fillers, early finishers or even sub plans and are the perfect addition to your Presidents Day unit! $ #presidentsday #georgewashington #abrahamlincoln #education #tpt #sheilamelton #teacherspayteachers

Mini woven tee-pees made by children I love these!

Native American Legends - Lesson Plans and Free Math Game

LMN Tree: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month: Free Resources and Free Activities

First Grade Wow: Me and My Family FREE mini unit

First Grade Wow: Me and My Family

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All Families Are Special - educate and celebrate diversity

Family Unit-cute poem, book ideas, and family tree craft

The Adventures of a First Grade Teacher: Family Unit

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This graph depicts each student's  "place" in their family--the oldest child, the middle child , the youngest child, or the only child.

Crayola.com has cute printables. Love this neighborhood map for teaching map skills to primary/ese kids.

Neighborhood Map on crayola.com

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Adorable FREEBIE! About Me Pennants! It can be used to create a banner across the classroom. Very cute!