Both Christopher Columbus and John Cabot thought they had made it to Asia. It can be very difficult to know where you are without a map. This activity enables students to experience how difficult that task was for the early explorers and why there was such confusion.
In this mapmaking challenge, s
This sheet has been a lot of fun for my students to use over the years. It gives them a beginning key and helps them to design a city with everything that they may need. They can name the streets and there is an extension activity on the back.
Why not have even more fun with your Trip Around the World - Continents unit by giving your students the full airline treatment? After making your suitcases, distribute boarding passes and have them go through a mock security screening. Arrange their chairs as if on an airplane, and read the enclose
This ZIP file contains ALL that you will need to create scrapbook projects with your kids as you virtually travel through the regions of Georgia. For each region, I have a journal page for kids, ticket and planning guide for you. I include websites and United Streaming video titles as well. I als
This is a student-centered, comprehensive 3-month, vocabulary rich unit for spring 1st grade through 3rd grade. Students receive a salary, pay rent and bills, buy luxury items, open bank accounts, earn interest, participate in an auction, and complete the economics cycle of production, distribution