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Students create the “personal brand” of a historical figure by creating three different items that promote the figure's "brand." The three promotional items are: an Instagram post, a Spotify playlist, and a t-shirt design.
Writing | Inference | English Language Arts | Social Studies | Literacy Centers | Inferring With Historical Pictures - Literacy Center BUNDLE. WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THIS BUNDLE: *51 historical images from the Public Domain *Student printable *Directions for teachers *Directions for students *Rubric for scoring *5 pages + 51 images to print = 56 PAGES!
If you teach middle school or high school world history, US History, or Civics, check out these awesome packets of worksheets for your ENTIRE curriculum! There's everything you need for a standards-based unit that hits every major topic in your curriculum!

History

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A no-prep package for introducing (or reinforcing) the concepts of latitude and longitude. This package includes informational text, worksheets, activities and games. The ideas and activities are thorough and engaging. Section One: Latitude This contains a quick lesson on latitude.

Geography

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Are your looking for an affordable social studies curriculum? Check out my new social studies collection! This unit focuses on the United States Constitution and includes a variety of activities and reading passages to deepen your students understanding of American history. The following topics are covered in this unit: History of the United States Constitution Preamble Federal System Three Branches of Government Bill of Rights
No rules would be awesome! Why do we need a government? This fun lesson challenges students to experience why governments are necessary. Fill-in notes accompany the lesson. Your class imagines they are trapped on a deserted island and must create a plan for organizing their new society. The challenges they experience firsthand make them clearly understand the difficulties faced when forming an effective government. Evaluate their learning with a “Big Ideas” summative worksheet.

Government

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Social Studies Literacy Centers! TEN CENTERS! Do you struggle to find time to teach Social Studies? This is the answer for you ! Super-organized and easy to use! Includes everything teachers need: Primary Sources, Center Posters, Teacher Directions, Center Materials 3rd-5th grade!
This Thanksgiving High Interest STUDENT-CENTERED THEMATIC UNIT covers all things Thanksgiving for Grades 4-6. From the Wampanoag to the Mayflower to turkeys to the true origins of Thanksgiving to What Was the First Thanksgiving to harvest festivals to alliances to diplomacy and more. This cross-cu...
Thanksgiving Day Lapbook with Reading Comprehension Worksheets is designed to be a holiday activity which can also be a supplemental project and assessment tool for reading comprehension. The lapbook is also made for both individual project and group activity. This helps the students' creativity and connect their own ideas to the lessons in class or in modules they have for their homeschooling activities. A great productive homeschool activity and/or a showpiece for Open House events!

Holidays and Special Days

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Primary K-2

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Community Helpers Interactive Lapbook is another fun project for young learners to learn and use their knowledge about community helpers or jobs. This English lapbook is designed for both individual and group activities and ensures practicing reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Also, with fun and exciting designs, learners are inspired to use their creativity through this collaborative project. This project is a great showpiece for your classrooms and open house events.
Are your looking for an affordable social studies curriculum? Check out my new social studies collection! This unit focuses on the American Flag and includes a variety of activities and reading passages to deepen your students understanding of American history. The following topics are covered in this unit: History of the American Flag Nicknames for the American Flag American Flag Etiquette Folding the American Flag American Flag Facts

Elementary 3-5

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Take your students to the PLACES where it happened with this closer look at the geography of Hamilton - An American Musical. Students will get a better sense of place as well as have a better understanding of the historical background of the time period.  The slideshow (PowerPoint or Keynote) is full of maps, art, photographs, and primary sources that take your students through Hamilton songs that mention places and events worth investigating further.  #Hamilton #TeachingWithHamilton #ushistory
If you teach US History in middle school or high school, this PBL packet is perfect for having studnets create amazing projects for ANY unit in your curriculum! It includes everything you need, from a training video to all the documents, directions, and more!

Middle School

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3 Week - Social Justice Unit - Standards-Based - See Topics Below23 Daily Warm-Ups with Corresponding Mini-Units Social Studies and Language Arts Over 150 PagesDistance Learning: Detailed 23-day Lesson Plan23 Social Justice Warm-Ups23 Sample Blog posts to correspond with warm-ups to "discuss" each s...
An excellent resource for February--Black History Month! This challenging, engaging, standards-based five day digital lesson will not disappoint. Contained within this no prep, comparative speech analysis resource are five days of detailed teacher lesson plans with an lesson opener, work session, and closing. Students analyze Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I a Woman?" speech and Booker T. Washington’s “Atlanta Compromise.” Students create an infographic. A template is provided.

High School

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Academic Vocabulary and Concepts for Ancient Civilizations Bundle 1
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Bundles

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An excellent resource for February--Black History Month! This challenging, engaging, standards-based five day digital lesson will not disappoint. Contained within this no prep, comparative speech analysis resource are five days of detailed teacher lesson plans with an lesson opener, work session, and closing. Students analyze Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I a Woman?" speech and Booker T. Washington’s “Atlanta Compromise.” Students create an infographic. A template is provided.
If you teach middle school or high school social studies, check out these 13 amazing activities for Women's History Month or any time in your history curriculum! They're engaging and perfect for kids in World or US History!

Women in History

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Black History

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Forms of Government PowerPoint. Fundamental forms of government to introduce students to basic concepts for understanding governments...Terms: anarchy, tyranny, autocracy, monarchy, dictatorship, patriarchy, theocracy, oligarchy, aristocracy, plutocracy, democracy, direct democracy and representativ...

Digital Learning

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Financial Literacy PowerPoint. Money Management Choices. Managing money is a life skill kids really need! Personal money management and financial planning, including income, saving, using credit, and investing. Explains that interest can work for you or against you, and the wise use of credit. Assig...
Sunny Learns Budget Basics--Student Budget Activity--ELA, Math, & PFL (3-5)!!!
Celebrate and honor Martin Luther King Jr. in math class with these easy to print color by number worksheets.  Students will be smiling while they practice and master division facts.  Each color by number has a different themed design and when completed make a beautiful bulletin board display.  #martinlutherkingjrdivisionactivities #martinlutherkingjrcolorbynumber #coast2coastteacher #teacherspayteachers

Personal Financial Literacy (PFL)

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Are your looking for an affordable social studies curriculum? Check out my new social studies collection for grades 1 to 2, featuring a variety of activities and reading passages to deepen your students understanding of various social studies concepts. This product includes Social Studies Unit 7 - Economics and is included in my Social Studies Units 1 to 7 Bundle. The following lessons are included in this unit: Lesson 1 - Goods and Services Lesson 2 - Making Money Lesson 3 - Spending Our Money
Ancient Greece: Minoan Economics During Bronze Age Greece by Ms Amys Lessons

Economics

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Students use real world data and statistics (from textual to numerical) obtained from CIA World Factbook to make inferences comparing first and third world countries.   All the third world nations are from Africa.  Students compare their own country to an African third world country.
Extra! Extra! Red all about it! This reading comprehension packet covers John F. Kennedy's life before politics, as well as, his accomplishments and failures as President before his tragic death. A perfect introduction lesson that is sure to hook the student into wanting to learn more about JFK and other Presidents! This packet includes two pages of reading and a 5 question assessment.
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Miscellaneous

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