Looking for a super fun way to review any unit of study? Then, you’re going to love this Doodle and Do resource! It’s designed to give to students to complete after finishing any instructional unit. First, record critical information about the unit on detailed planning pages. Then, they turn their unit notes into a Doodle Review. Students fill in the Doodle Review template with everything they learned in class! So fun! So creative! So engaging!
The Age of Exploration Nonfiction Leveled Texts with Comprehension Questions from The Sweetest Thing on TeachersNotebook.com - (89 pages) - Trying to integrate Social Studies with ELA? These Age of Exploration passages were written with 4th & 5th grade Social Studies & ELA standards in mind, but certainly could be used with other grade studying the content or during nonfiction text in
Incorporating social studies type words into coagulant lessons for literacy. This will help them better learn vocabulary for books hi also when they start learning about these topics in social studies it won't be as hard as it would without ever seeing these words before.