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Need to remember this for November!

Election day was a lot of fun today. We read Duck for President to learn about the voting process. Then just like Duck we made mini campai.

Such a clever idea...how does voting affect our community?  Each week is a new question to vote on.  Love it!!!  Our classroom voting booth!

A classroom voting booth creates a classroom democracy and encourages students to share their opinions and value the opinions of others.

Perfect for goods and services/wants and needs! Other great links about goods and services on this post!

Love Those Goods and Services!

Don't miss this video if you are teaching goods and services! See this video and get links to great goods and services sites on this post!

Me on The Map with easily assembled rectangle design.

Our Version of Me-On-The-Map

Me on the Map Project. Easy way to teach kids where they are from their house to their town to Planet Earth and beyond. I think this would be a great project for the kids.

Free video version of the book, So You Want to Be President and writing activity.

So You Want to Be President? by Judith St. George, illustrated by David Small - 2001 Caldecott Medal Winner

The Presidential Election will be here before we know it . Since this is a very important event for the United States that only happens every four years, it is important to discuss and educate even the littlest of learners. I always love combining social studies with literacy so I created an Election Day Emergent Reader. It is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students.

Election Day Emergent Reader

FREE Election Day Emergent Reader and Ballot activity. What a terrific way to integrate literacy and social studies!

President's Day and Election Day Bulletin Board Idea

If I Were President... - President's Day Bulletin Board

President's Day or Election Day Bulletin Board Idea: If I Were President." writing assignment Place final draft under the silhouettes of students.

Close reading is a challenging technique to implement in the classroom, as it requires a delicate balance. I've tried to make close reading instruction easier with the help of these two no-prep close reading resources. They're ready for you to use right away, and they come with text dependent questions. Get all of the details about what these resources include and how you can implement them in your classroom in this post!

No-Prep Close Reading

Close reading is a challenging technique to implement, so I've tried to make it easier with these two no-prep resources.