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It's a Small World

FREE!! It's a Small World - Continent Study!....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

Lucky to Be in First!: It's a Small World!

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Rural, Urban, and Suburban Communities = FUN!

We had a TON of F.U.N. learning about Rural, Urban, and Suburban Communities!

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One Extra Degree: Search results for Communities

One Extra Degree: Search results for Communities

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Rockin' Teacher Materials: The Contraction Song, a Funny, and a FREEBIE

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City vs Country...great for A Snowy Day or teaching Aesop's Fables

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: The Country vs. the City

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The World - A Globe Craftivity for Social Studies

THE WORLD - A GLOBE CRAFTIVITY FOR SOCIAL STUDIES - a fun way to study the continents and major water bodies $

The World - A Globe Craftivity for Social Studies

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Make learning about the local, state and federal government more fun with a sprinkle of fairy dust! This unit kicks off with a read-aloud (or guided reading) story written at the 3.2 reading level called "Jenny and the Government Fairy". Start out with four activity sheets that go with the story, and match language arts Common Core Standards for 3rd grade. Then move on to teaching handouts, and activities (including quizzes) that teach students about federal, state and local government! $

Who is the Government Fairy and What is She Doing here?

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Branches of Government Mobile

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My Chart - Branches of Government

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TeachesThirdinGeorgia: Snap It Up Saturday! Our Government may be shut down...But we're still learning!

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Sailing Into Second: U.S. Government Lessons

Sailing Into Second: U.S. Government Lessons

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Levels of the government chart and more. Great visuals. Site is written with 5th grade in mind but good ideas for our 3rd grade expedition.

Fifth Grade Follies

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from Classroom Freebies Too

Government Branches Song

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Classroom Freebies Too: Government Branches Song

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▶ The Three Branches of Government - YouTube

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Interactive Notebook / Journal - The GOVERNMENT - Social Studies (Gr. 3-5)

These interactive pages cover the Government. This bundle begins with the comparison of the Greek and U.S government and goes through the Constitution and the 3 Branches of Government. $

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Great way to visually explain levels of government leadership! honestly I wish my teachers had done this when I was learning about government. I probably would have a better understanding of it all.

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Fun, edible way to teach landforms. (SS1G3 The student will locate major topographical features of the earth’s surface. c. Identify and describe landforms, including mountains, deserts, vall eys, plains, plateaus, and coasts.)

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Create a 'Wants and Needs' Poster Activity

Wants and Needs Poster! 1st Grade Economics Activity for Social Studies.

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(Freebie}This is a short MP3 song that tells students what the past and present is and then you show them pictures and have them tell you "past" or "present" We also have pictures that are a free download. #MP3 song #social studies #TPT #teacherspayteachers #education #teaching

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This is a free download of past or present pictures. They can be used with our free MP3 song called Past or Present. #social studies #cards #TPT #teacherspayteachers #education #teaching

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Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: social studies

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Our first unit in Social Studies focused on Communities. We created triaramas showing characteristics of a rural, suburban, and urban community. Then in the last section they made a tree map about the three different communities.

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Nice neighborhood map and directions from Crayola!

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This landform foldable gives students a great visual of how much taller or shorter landforms compare to each other. On the opposite side of the colored landform the students can write what they know about each landform. My Students loved this activity!!!

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