Learn the 7 continents with these fun printables! Lots of suggestions for use included.

Learn the Continents: Free Printable!

Is your child learning about world geography? Mama's learning Corner has FREE Continent Cards! She includes suggestions on how to use these great cards.

Cut, color, glue and play!  These landform picture and definition cards can be used as a learning center, as a matching game, or as a study guide.  Students match each landform picture with its definition.  They can also color the pictures and glue them into their notebook, or onto construction paper.

Free Printable Landform Cards for learning the different formations of landforms. Grade Science TEKS recognize how landforms such as deltas, canyons, and sand dunes are the result of changes to Earth's surface by wind, water, and ice KL

Bill of Rights, printable and file folder game | the wise nest

The student will explain how a citizen’s rights are protected under the U. Explain the responsibilities of a citizen. Explain the freedoms granted and rights protected by the Bill of Rights Game

3 branches of government

How a Bill Becomes a Law. Ohio: - Graphic organizer about how a bill becomes a law and the checks and balances of the three branches of government.

Fun! Download this Free Printable Passport for Kids at 123 Homeschool 4 Me. As you read, study, and learn about countries in your homeschool you can add inf

Free Printable Passport for Kids

FREE Passports for Kids are a fun way for kids to learn geography in homeschool for preschool, kindergarten, grade, grade, and grade kids

Take your kids on a literary adventure with Around The World in 80 Children's Books! Check out 80 books from or about 80 different countries!

Adventures in Lit: Around the World in 80 Children's Books

Take your kids on a literary adventure with Around The World in 80 Children's Books! Check out 80 books from or about 80 different countries!

Awesome visual of how Native Americans used all the parts of a buffalo.

Gifts of the buffalo. This graphic lists many of the gifts. Not everything is listed, but the People used everything. Waste not, want not. Part of the upcoming section about Buffalo Jumps! Going in Ancient History & Archaeology and in History.

Virginia history begins with studies of the Jamestown Colony, and this post is filled with ideas for teaching about Colonial Times across the curriculum. Check it out on Virginia is for Teachers.

Colonial Resources to Spice Up Your Colonial Unit

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