NOW this product has PRINTABLE AND DIGITAL OPTIONS! Get a sneak peek HERE!Do you study world cultures in your classroom? Do you want your students to have an opportunity to share their own cultures and traditions? Then this is the project for you!Check out my Family Culture Project and Vision Board
Our class winter traditions quilt! Not all families celebrate a holiday this season, so you can use this family project to include everyone! A tradition could include celebrating the first snow fall, making a snowman, or even just drinking hot cocoa together!
Family Traditions Poster Project- Rubric and Traditional Scoring Scale Included!
Perfect project for your Social Studies when studying cultures and traditions. This can also be used as a gifted enrichment project.
This pack includes 2 directions sheets, one with traditional scoring point
I am very fortunate to teach in a culturally diverse school where many different winter celebrations are shared among our families. This home project is a wonderful way to learn about the many different traditions students incorporate into their own family's winter celebrations. Students take home t
Classrooms are filled with wonderful student diversity. Why not celebrate diverse backgrounds by learning more about how students celebrate with their families? This home family project will allow students to share a family photo or drawing of a family celebration and then write about it. Once compl
FRENCH- Changing Family and Community Traditions ProjectThis resource includes a quick and easy final product for your Changing Family and Community Traditions Unit! This product is formatted for digital learning but includes the PDF version as well! Students complete a set of guiding questions in t
This project is perfect for any classroom that wants to learn about the traditions of their students. Each student gets one square to decorate with their winter traditions. Then all of your quilt squares can be put together for a beautiful bulletin board. There is a writing page that we give to our
This is a take-home activity that I use to showcase my students holiday traditions. It's a great way to build community and teach students about making connections and celebrating differences. I hope your students and families enjoy it. Feel free to use the enclosed letter or create your own.Custome
These slides template are perfect for ELL teachers or any teachers looking to have students produce a structured, polished presentation of a family tradition in their family.This assignment is a great way to bring the home culture of your students into the classroom and learn more about each student
Are you teaching your middle school or high school students about family traditions or customs? This traditions project can either involve family, friends or both. Students will be given a worksheet to brainstorm what traditions they have. They will choose one tradition to do a project. Once they ar
Are you looking for a fun way to meet your speaking and listening standards? Look no further than the Family Tradition Project. Students will complete a project at home with their families and present their projects to the class. This project can be completed at any time of the year!Included in t
Classrooms are filled with wonderful student diversity. Why not celebrate diverse backgrounds by learning more about how students celebrate with their families? This Google Slides project will allow students to share a family photo or drawing of a family celebration and then write about it. Once co
In this project kids share their family holiday traditions. They will share their favorite family recipe with the class, and they will write a paragraph explaining their tradition. Students will also have a feast with store bought versions of the recipes so that the food served is compliant with dis
Family traditions project information. Students bring in items that represent a tradition that their family does during the holidays. They write and share about it with the class! You can use whatever lined paper or background you would like to send home with this parent letter.
This projects includes three parts: a family tree (family is what you make it, so this is open to any interpretation), an interview, and a sharing of traditional foods, customs, or family mementos. This project can be used as an extension to any lesson. I have used it when reading short stories or
This is an at-home project for students to complete after learning about traditions related to various holidays. Students will choose to make a poster, do a demonstration, write a report, or make a computer presentation.
This unit is perfect for your grade 2 celebrations and traditions unit for Ontario Social Studies. Students will learn about families, diversity, cultures, celebrations and traditions with fun and hands on activities! Over 100 pages of learning! **NEW UPDATE!!!! DIGITAL!!! Google slides now include
This digital Holidays Around the World scrapbook, that can also be printed, will delight your students as they research and learn about the holiday traditions of Christmas around the world. With 27 different countries included, each student can choose a different one. Simply delete the slides you d
Choose from 29 digitally designed, biography slides for your biography writing project. Create the exact presentation you want for your students with these EDITABLE slides. Perfect for Women's History Month, Black History Month, or any time of year. Students will use the slides to share all about a
First and foremost I do NOT claim to be an expert on families. While we all have them – they are complex at best. In many of our classrooms, discussions about family have to be done “carefully.” It is often no longer just about having a mom and a dad. Celebrations, such as Christmas can be stres
This unit includes several different activities centered around various family traditions. This unit is common core aligned and includes student non-fiction readers about different winter holidays, writing activities and worksheets. The writing activities include both family and holiday themes. Th
This is a great project to motivate and engage students while learning about their family heritage and culture! The project contains a Family Heritage Interview and parent letter. Using the information from home (8 questions on heritage and culture), students are able to assemble and complete this
World Cultures research project. This product has everything you need for your class to complete their world cultures or country research projects (except the researched information). You can use this guided research project with any country of the world.
Go beyond your typical country report!