Travel to ten different countries with new friends to learn about different cultures around the world. It also includes literacy activities teaching about peace and acceptance of other peoples differences. There are also some math activities including different forms of transportation.
-Use puppet children from around the world to teach your class about ten different countries: Kenya, Japan, India, Germany, Spain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Mexico, Hawaii, and Canada.
-Each country has page filled with facts.
-Create a World Traveller Passport Book for each country.
-Exploring the world book for the seven continents.
-Create three class books after reading popular stories.
(Three separate journal pages and three separate class book covers included.)
-Journal Page about where you would like to travel.
-Journal page about your culture.
-Sort and Graph (B&W and Color Versions)
-Two pattern activities
-Skip Counting (2's and 5's)
-Non-standard Measurement Activity
I hope your class has fun exploring the world! Check out my blog for pictures from the unit: http://jrosace.blogspot.com/
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
Hi there, i just purchased this product. I teach in Canada, where we spell color with a 'u'. Do you have a Canadian version of your sheets that teach about skin colour?
I'm looking forward to implementing your unit. Thanks for the sale, too!
I don't, but I don't mind updating it and emailing you a copy. Just send me an email with the pages and spellings you'd like changed and I send you the new pages that way. My email is email@example.com
May 8, 2013
Hi there, Do you have a preview set up for your World Traveller unit? I'd like to see/know what the specifics of the response sheets look like, and whether they'd be appropriate for my 2nd grade class.
Just posted a preview. The response sheets are all very similar. I think the literacy writing sheet activities might be appropriate for second grade, I'm just not sure if the math would be. Hope this was helpful. Let me know if I can do anything else.