Alabama History uses Nonfiction Informational Text, the entire lesson recorded on Audio, FOUR Interactive Notebook assignments, and a variety of engaging hands-on activities to teach about Alabama's first people, famous explorers, early government, important battles and wars in Alabama, and the jour
State Profile: Alabama History Word Wall, State Profile, Activity Pages (United States)
ALABAMA STATE PROFILE
ALABAMA STATE SYMBOLS
VISIT MY STORE AND FOLLOW TO GET UPDATES WHEN NEW RESOURCES ARE ADDED Includes 18 Word Wall pennants including state symbols. One set
This overview of Alabama history PowerPoint covers the following topics:
* Geographic Regions
* Flag, seal, and coat of arms
* Symbols and quiz
* Dinosaurs in Alabama
* State Song
This PowerPoint is unlocked so you can add your own local history and trivia.
Note that the pictures shown
This overview of Alabama history PowerPoint covers the following topics:
* Native Americans
* Early explorers
* Statehood and capital
* Trail of Tears
* Civil War
* Tuskegee airmen
* Famous people from Alabama
* Alabama sports
* Gulf Shores
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This powerpoint goes along with chapter 4 of the 4th grade Alabama history textbook by Crystal Clear Press. I have developed powerpoints for many of the chapters in the book. I have been teaching 4th grade language arts and history for 6 years and this has been much more effective than just reading
This goes along with the 4th grade Alabama history textbook by Crystal Clear Press. This covers information found in chapter 3 of the textbook about the Creek War, Andrew Jackson, William Weatherford, Trail of Tears, etc...
Alabama state symbols history, geography, economics, and more!
Includes coloring sheets, a fact sheet, and 18 research task cards for further study. The state fact sheet and task cards can be adjusted to meet the needs of students at many levels. More advanced students should be able to give more
Let this download make teaching Alabama history easier for you. It includes worksheets on:
-de Soto and explorers
-Montgomery and government
Finding Alabama History items for 4th grade is hard, so I decided to create a series of Interactive notebooks. They're based on the 4th grade textbook and the I can statements for AL history. I have included I can statements for all the activities to help with the alignment.
Please feel free to gi
Use this 10-question Alabama history/fact scavenger hunt to engage your students! Pair off the students and count them off from 1-10. Students will then answer the question on that particular poster, then move to the poster with the answer on it. They will then answer that question. This continues u
This unique book combines state-specific facts and 30 fun-to-do hands-on projects. The History Project Book includes creating a cartoon panel to describe how your state name may have come about, creating a fort replica, making a state history museum, dressing up as a famous explorer and recreating t
This activity contains several activities that cover the major achievements and history of the Tuskegee Airmen.
Included in this lesson:
Tuskegee Airmen Movie Viewing Guide
Fighting Two Wars Reading Activity
The presentation includes links to you tube videos to suppo
Alabama State Symbols Coloring Booklet:
This is a coloring booklet of Alabama state symbols. This is a FUN way to introduce/ reinforce Alabama history. The following symbols are covered:
With this project, students will demonstrate their knowledge of Alabama, and Alabama history, in an ABC Book format. This would make a great end of the year social studies project for Alabama history!
• Alabama ABC Book project student guidelines
• Alabama ABC Book Planning She
In this lesson, students will work in small groups and examine a letter describing the environment in Alabama and examine reasons which might have encouraged settlers to move to Alabama in the early nineteenth century. Students will pretend they are an early nineteenth century settler thinking abo
This Civil Rights Movement Learning Centers activity is one of my FAVORITE student-centered activities. Students rotate between six different Learning Centers where, with their group, they read information about a specific topic related to Civil Rights and complete a corresponding “Data Sheet”. The
This is a Texas History presentation about Native Americans / Texas Indians. It tells how and why Natives came across the Bering land bridge. It details Native American tribes that lived in Texas, and it tells about Native Americans / Indians who still live and work in Texas today.
Tribes covered a
Reading Through History is pleased to present African American History: Volume Two. This is a collaborative effort by two Oklahoma classroom teachers with over thirty years of teaching experience at the secondary level. It includes 154 pages of student activities related to the major figures and eve
Teachers will download a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. crossword puzzle to supplement your Martin Luther King Day activities or a Black History Month unit. For MLK day, your students will learn Martin Luther King, Jr. facts and new vocabulary. The word bank is on a separate page, so you may make it op
Alabama State Study Notebooking Pages includes 143 notebooking pages in all. You will find both primary and basic-line options. Some pages include maps and/or illustration boxes. These notebooking pages are designed so your student can create a personalized notebook of Alabama through research an
Alabama Regions cut and paste activity for the five geographic regions of Alabama. Included in the lesson are procedures for completing the activity as well as extension ideas that complement the lesson.
Additional materials required:
construction paper (or SS journals, or regular printer paper)
Help your students learn about Alabama using this interactive project. Use this lapbook as an informative tool as you study the state of Alabama, or as a culminating project for group or independent work.
Celebrate Black History Month with an engaging look at four Historical African American Men. This fun, interactive GAME SHOW features Martin Luther King, Jr. (famous for his I Have a Dream speech), Booker T. Washington (founded the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama), Frederick Douglass (greatest anti
25 pages of facts about Alabama! Change them out weekly or as often as you'd like. Students will love learning fun and random facts about the great state in which they live in! Be sure to print on cardstock for durability!
Second Grade Gang
Tab-books are a fun, engaging and interactive way for your students to learn about all sorts of topics. In this case, all about the state they live in. Or perhaps you’re studying several states! Studying state regions is a great way for your students to learn more about their neighbors.
Tabs are c
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Reader, Activities, and Task Cards for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades
GREAT CENTER ACTIVITIES!
In this packet, you will receive:
★Martin Luther King, Jr. Reader (color version)
★Martin Luther KIng, Jr. Reader (black and white version)
★14 Task cards (for journal writing and
A book about the state of Alabama.
Facts and symbols of things related to the state. Each page has two of the same page to conserve printing.
I have a book for every state, so if you are looking for more than one, I have it.
The images are from DJ Inkers.
and Dancing Crayon De
Ever needed something to help cover you Social Studies Framework and integrate writing at the same time? This is the perfect solution!
Includes these symbols:
State Game Bird
State Marine Mammal
This newly revised product is a mini unit on the life of Rosa Parks, one of the leaders of the Civil Rights Movement who refused to give up her seat to a white person on a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama. The events that followed led the way for equal rights for African Americans in the United Stat