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This is a mini unit for Police Appreciation week or Thank a Police Officer Day. Items included in this product are, a sentence strip hat, a badge and handcuffs to look like a police officer.An Anchor chart activity, with anchor chart pieces included. A book to make with your students to send to the
25 slide PPT file Jackie Robinson themed jeopardy game! Aligned with the Georgia Performance Standards for 2nd grade social studies. You can play this PowerPoint as a real baseball game, with you as the "pitcher" and the student answering the question as the "batter" and if they answer the questio
This is a craft for Police Appreciation week or Thank a Police Officer Day. I have a blog post on this, that I would love for you to check out: Police Appreciation Blog Post
A short and sweet assessment assessing: - How and why decisions are made in communities (ACHCK001) - How and why people make rules (ACHCK002)
Tri-fold to go along with the first unit of the Harcourt 2nd grade Social Studies book. One panel for vocabulary, then each lesson has a panel of practice. BUY ALL 6 and save 50%!!
Is your class having a hard time getting along? Do you feel like you're teaching social skills and problem solving OVER and OVER again? This is a fun assessment to see if kids really KNOW the right thing to do and how to solve problems. This assessment will give you an idea of what concept you ne
After spending two days on a jury, I returned to the classroom with the opportunity to teach a civics lesson! I wrote a one-page description of what it is like to serve on a jury, Based on this description, my students answered questions that I posed to them (i.e. about the roles of different peop
This brochure is nicely formatted and contains information on how copyright laws apply to teachers. Can be a great example for middle and high school courses if students are doing projects on copyright, plagiarism, self-plagiarism, etc. Or, you can just download this brochure for its aesthetics
This is a cut and paste for students who are learning about who enforces certain rules and laws in our community!
This is a power point that highlights the life of Thurgood Marshall and how he became the historical hero we remember today.
Be a detective and work in groups to find the robber. Investigate 3 community helpers and get to the bottom of who committed the crime. In addition, I have a community helper quiz.
This lesson covers rules, laws, and their importance in our communities. The file includes a detailed lesson plan, instructional "cheat sheet", an article titled "Rules and Laws", directions for the "No Rules Game", and a handout titled "Rules and Laws".
Check out my blog post describing how I use this in my room!!! :) The Genre's Court Welcome to The Genre's Court! My students absolutely love going to court and defending their genres. We introduce and/or review genres about every 3 weeks with which we culminate the week with a trip to “the genr
Project linked to learning about: * Continents * Landmarks * World Wonders * Geography * "I Need My Own Country" by Rick Walton (Book) This activity includes: * Continent Fact Sheet * Make Your Own Flag * Make Your Own Landmark * Make a Map * Weather Related Activity * Famous Sports, Dish, Animals
This can be used with your government unit. The students can take this as a quiz or test. It covers the court system and government leaders.
Teach students about the judicial branch through a fairy tale on trial activity. They will learn how to prepare a case for court, question witnesses, and use critical thinking skills to prepare for trial. This is a memorable activity that will help your students understand how a character's action
This cute and easy product is ideal for teaching about Rules Vs. Laws. It includes a graphic organizer sheet as well as a page that includes various rules and laws. Students cut these out and glue them into the graphic organizer. This product also comes with an answer key for your convenience. Check
Includes TpT Digital Version for Google Classroom Distance Learning.Integrate STEM in your classroom during Women's History Month with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Scales of Justice STEM Activity!The Ruth Bader Ginsburg STEM Challenge is a fun and unique way to engage your students duri
If you're looking for a lesson plan that will help your students finally get what it means to provide textual evidence to prove their answers, then this is the lesson for you! It combines reading strategies and social studies government law in a very exciting way. First, students must pass the Bar
This " Detective and Fingerprint No Prep Activity Packet and Worksheets " has 37 pages - no prep required - so the packet is a quick and fun way to teach about detectives and fingerprints with many printable worksheets.There are options with these activities for kids at all levels between Grades 1
Citizenship & Human-Rights-Smartboard Lesson-The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms-a tricky concept to teach elementary students, this interactive whiteboard lesson makes it colourful, i
This product DOES NOT include any content for a mock trial. The items in this product are what you need to set up your classroom for a mock trial. It will work with any trial. -Door Sign -List of materials needed and where to buy them -Directions on how to set up your room to make it look like a c
The power has gone down and the doors are open! Can you help the prisoner escape his jail cell in time?
A wonderful, comedic play I wrote in 2008 that went with the 2nd Grade standards of comparing and contrasting similar texts. This play was a culminating activity that went with studying several version or the stories: Little Red Riding Hood & The 3 Little Pigs. The students acted the play out i

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