As American history continued to play out, more people came from Europe for economic gain and religious freedom. The problem was that more settlers arriving meant the land was filling up. War broke out, and the Natives were choosing sides. The colonists had their own worries to deal with after the F
This is a zipped file containing 68 poster size I Can Statements for the Saskatchewan Social Studies program. Each slide can be copied and used for display purposes in the classroom, bulletin board headings or files for students to keep in their binders or Interactive folders.
There is also a recor
This is a student-created product as part of our First Lego League team research for the 2014 World Class season. We are hoping to help teachers create engaging social studies lessons. To do this, we created a teacher checklist to score a unit, a student scoring sheet, and a sample unit on Traditi
The Tlingit "first people" of Southeast Alaska resided in the Juneau area. This assignment asks students to read the native's raven story of creation, then Genesis, and draw comparisons and contrast them.