Georgia Science & Social Studies Resources
Loads of resources to teach Georgia Science and Social Studies.
Here's a nice anchor chart on landforms.
Breathtaking Unit Study! Show your students what landforms really look like in this Powerpoint presentation with gorgeous photographs! Activities include assessments, cut and paste, booklets, and matching card games. Check the PREVIEW!
Crayola's website. complement to a science lesson about the different regions found on Earth. In this lesson students apply what they learned about landforms such as deserts, mountains, and oceans, and they have to identify characteristics that make each of them unique. The students will then choose materials that best portray the textures of each area and put them together to make a map.
Use empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls in unit study of the food chain. Yet another great use for empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls!
Using fruit & veggies to explore density and buoyancy plus a free printable for your own sink or float experiment! #science
▶ Best Action Potential explanation - YouTube
Anatomy Art Projects, egg carton pieces and string for a flexible spine.
Interactive Science Notebook - Nervous System Parts of the Brain Paper Model
Nervous System Lesson...play dough and what sections do
Causes of the Civil War: One of the topics featured in the Common Core Weekly Reading Review 8 by The Teacher Next Door Great History resource. Lesson plans, power point, activities.
This is a fantastic bulletin board to help your third graders learn the 9 American Heroes: Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Frederick ...
This is the perfect 10 minute resource to help your students see the vast array of contributions that African Americans have given to our country a...
How to make a weather station - This weather blog hop brings together over 60 ideas for weather themed activities for kids: art, craft, science, math, literacy, food. Great resource for a weather study combining lots of learning in one theme.