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    School Days- Social Studies

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    Life-Size Famous Americans Project- so fun and easy!

    The Open Door Classroom: Life-Size Famous American Projects

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    Here's a foldable on the branches of government. Full lesson plan: www.fwisd.org/...

    Fourth and Ten: Government Freebies

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    To trace the steps of the American Revolution

    Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution

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    I like how she has them do their title pages for each unit. :) She also has them glue the main learning objectives (or we could do essential questions) on the left hand side then their colorful title page on the right. So much info on this blog... must follow.

    Science Notebooking

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    Examples of Going West Journals in my fourth grade class. Directions included!

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    FREE 7 Virtual Field Trips Every Teacher Ought to Know About~ Inside the White House, the Smithsonian, and lots more great "trips!"

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    My Little Book of Map Skills freebie

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    Here's a thematic book list and links to additional resources for teaching about the Constitution. Don't forget that Constitution Day is September 17th!

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    Citizenship freebie. So could have used this in my lesson two weeks ago. Oh well, now I can use it in the future!

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    Come travel the United States of America and learn about these important landmarks. From the majestic Mount Rushmore to the inspirational Alamo, your students will learn the rich history behind some of the USA's famous monuments.This 20 page package includes worksheets for 5 student webquests . An Answer key is provided.

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    Cardinal Directions Task Cards are used to reinforce the skills students need to know for reading maps. This task card set uses the cardinal directions north, south, east, and west. Students will use the map ‘Bentley Community Map’ to answer the 20 task cards. There is a recording sheet and an answer key provided. ($)

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    A comprehensive review of the 7 continents and 4 oceans of the world. It includes 2 practice sheets 2 quizzes Answer keys for a total of 7 workshe...

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    Communities Free Mapping Activity

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    Economics anchor chart

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    Social Studies Ideas for Elementary Teachers: Grading Interactive Notebooks

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

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    This presentation 29 slide power point is a straightforward review of the Seven Continents, Five Oceans, and Cardinal and Intermediate Compass P...

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    Here's an activity where students design apps for nine American symbols of their choice. They then explain the importance of each symbol and share one fun fact about each symbol in an app manual. Includes project templates.

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    me on the map flow chart

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    diarama urban/suburban/rural To make a diorama you take a square sheet of paper and fold in half on the diagonal and fold again on the opposite diagonal. These forms and X fold from corner to corner. Cut on one fold from the corner to the middle. The two triangles on each side of the cut fold on top of each other to form the diorama.

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    In this unit you will find photographs of rural, urban, and suburban communities. Laminate these and have the students sort them into the correct categories. There are also labels and words to be sorted for these categories. The same photos and words have been provided but much smaller so each child can make his own flip book of types of communities.

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    24 Third Grade Websites on Landforms

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    In The News - Houghton Mifflin Harcourt free online magazine....Wow!

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    Great source for integrated SS/ELA lessons!

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    Multicultural Activities for Second Grade from Education

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