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Biography Newspaper Project!! I've always done something like this, but I like this version better. This teacher has her entire unit plus the standards based grading rubric on her TPT store for FREE!

Excellent paper book project for a biography report! .... or any type of research project... I love her book ideas!!!

This is such a cool idea.....need to figure out how to adjust for PreK and doing as a group.....biography in a pizza box

Pizza Box Biography Reports... this is awesome! I LOVE it!!! Definitely going to do this in my classroom! ~CN

Creating "hanger people" of the Revolutionary War. Kids write a biography of the Patriot/Loyalist and then created the hanger person (using an actual hanger) to hold the writing.

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Road to the Revolution Illustrated Timeline Project

This shows all the major events of the American Revolution. All of these were rebellions led be brave leaders to appose taxes and preserve their rights. If these courageous acts had not been done we might have lost the war and remained a colony. Source https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Road-to-the-Revolution-Illustrated-Timeline-Project-937865

Each student can research a state then build a float using a shoe box to for a parade. I could team up doing this with the other 3rd grade class so we could cover all 50 states.

Readworks- this site needs to be called ReadWOW! It breaks down all the common core elements into grade specific lesson plans. Crazy amazing.

We're the brightest crayons in the box.. plus many more bulletin board ideas

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Tin Foil Tower: Engineering Challenge Project ~ Great STEM Activity

Tin Foil Tower: Engineering Challenge Project ~ Great STEM Activity! $ What is the tallest free-standing tower your group can build using only one box of aluminum foil?

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Social Studies

Integrate social studies and art by creating a state stamp. This example is used in a fourth grade classroom. Students would research state bird, flower, tree, etc. They would create a stamp that includes all of these things.