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Teach students what to expect when they are in their community. These adapted books are perfect for building background knowledge and language which sets students up for success when they go out into the community.**NOW INCLUDES DIGITAL VERSIONS HOSTED ON BOOM LEARNING!**Interactive books require th
This unit introduces the concept of community to your students. It includes printables, interactive power point slides, problem solving ideas, brainstorming and discussion topics such as what community leaders do, what a mayor does and how he runs a campaign. This unit goes above and beyond the basi
Help your little learners learn all about the community, community helpers and basic economics with this unit. Included in this 70 page unit: Vocabulary Picture Cards of Community Helpers Mini Posters {community, community helpers, good, services} Community Sorting Activity & Tree Map Printable
Are you looking for activities to supplement the Fountas and Pinnell Interactive Read Alouds? This resource is exactly what you need! This particular set contains 2-4 activities for each story. The activities cover a range of reading comprehension, language, and writing skills. They are perfect for
**This is the chapter slice "Community Resources Gr. 9-12+" from the full lesson plan Practical Life Skills - Independent Living Gr. 9-12+**About the FULL RESOURCE:Students gain the skills to live independently. Understand the difference between renting and buying a home. Then, become familiar with
PowerPoint that contains pictures for AFLS that aligns to the Community Knowledge and Money sections. Can be printed two to a page to create flashcards or can be done as a PPT presentation with the child using a computer or mobile device. Includes Skill Tracking Sheets to track students' progress on
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Unit 1: My Community-Living and Learning Together (This product is Unit 1. Unit 2 can be purchased separately OR you can purchase the first grade social studies curriculum, which includes both Unit 1
I originally created this activity packet to correspond with the 2nd grade Social Studies book by Scott Foresman (Unit 1 - Where We Live). However, I have also used parts of it at the beginning of the school year to reinforce classroom management and in English/ Language Arts class for writing less
-Types of Communities Assessment & Places We Live- Basic assessment on definitions of: communities (and types: rural, urban, suburban), population, citizens, laws, map title, map key, compass rose.- Some true false, some multiple choice.
2nd - 3rd
**This is a Google Slides version of the “Community Resources” chapter from the full lesson plan Practical Life Skills - Independent Living**Students gain the skills to live independently. This resource examines the resources available to a community, while allowing students to know who to contact i
9th - 12th, Adult Education
Ideal for daily science warm-ups, to supplement your science curriculum, and to get your students thinking! This download provides five weekly lessons from Evan-Moor’s Daily Science resource, and includes: · a teacher background page and unit overview· 24 student activity pages· a unit review and h
This course is designed in an effort to prepare students with Individualized Education Plans (IEP) for post-secondary independent living. The purpose of transition planning is to help prepare students to be independent young adults. This course will introduce and discuss essential independent livin
Here's a fun visual to help students see where they are inside the various levels of community. Students draw pictures or write definitions at each level and after they glue all the pages together as overlapping circles, students see how they fit inside a community. This activity goes well with othe
This unit provides opportunities for students to explore the diversity of different communities within Australia. It examines the characteristics of a community that contribute to its identity as well as the diversity of communities that contribute to an Australian identity. Lesson 1 What is a Comm
IPC Living Together - Society Task 1 (Community Groups Recording Sheet)
2nd - 4th

Also included in: IPC "Living Together" Bundle

Your students will choose between urban, suburban, and rural community areas in which they would prefer to live in. They will develop an opinion topic sentence, three supporting reasons, and a conclusion sentence. I hope your students enjoy doing this opinion piece as much as mine did! Can be used
2nd - 3rd
Each 3 page reproducible lesson focuses on practical vocabulary terms, skills, and concepts in relevant situational settings. Additionally, each lesson activates prior knowledge and continually reinforces fundamental language arts skills and concepts.
6th - 12th
Lesson DescriptionThis cross-curricular lesson (social studies, math, language) will help students practice their inquiry skills while learning about their own family heritage, traditions and celebrations, as well as understanding that of their fellow students. Students will have fun with the “home
In this unit you will introduce your child to their community, the place where they live. Included in the activities are some of thethings that may be found in a community: homes, hospitals, stores, and schools. Hands-on activites include making a community map and practicing your address. Worksheet
word document web for 3 levels of students level 1: 4 pictures or words level 2: 5 pictures or words Level 3: 5 words/word bank
Grade 3 Ontario Social Studies unit: Early Canada 1780-1850. The unit includes photos of artifacts, mapping connections, research organizers and more to cover the Ontario Curriculum. IMPORTANT UPDATE! March 7, 2021 a large portion of the unit was changed. Please reprint and discontinue use of the p
Grade 3 Ontario Social Studies materials ready to roll! Get the full unit and research items together in this money saving bundle! Enjoy inquiry ideas, fun activities, and age appropriate reading materials for your students! This combo pack has everything you need to master the new curriculum! CO
This unit is so much fun to teach in kindergarten and/or first grade! We are having so much fun learning about all about me - what makes us unique and special, all about our family, we learn about different helpers in our community and careers including firefighters, police officers, teachers, doct
****SIMPLY SOCIAL STUDIES - FIRST GRADE **** UNIT 2 - Families & Communities What is Simply Social Studies all about? Simply Social Studies is a Social Studies curriculum that covers grade appropriate concepts and objectives for First Grade. (Kindergarten is also available and can be found HER

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