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Due to customer request I've BUNDLED two of my best selling research projects to save you money. Please click on these list to see specific information about each! National Park Research Project Brochures U.S. Landmarks, U.S. Monuments, U.S. Historical Sites Tri-Fold Brochures PLEASE NOTE: I’ve s
This research road map will guide your students during a research project on the American Landmarks and Monuments. This goes with Wonders Unit 1 Week 5. The students take this completed information and create a travel brochure about the landmark they researched. I have also included a sheet for the
34 printable or digital pages for students search online for interesting facts about National Monuments and National Parks in California:Alcatraz Island,Cabrillo National Monument,California National Historic Trail,Castle Mountains National Monument,César E. Chávez National Monument,Channel Islands
This Memorial Day and Veteran's Day pennant is all you need to teach and promote American symbols of freedom, the meaning of freedom, and the meaning of Veteran's Day. The is a great research activity for November. There is a location and facts fill in, a symbol of freedom question, and a personal
Students will create a brochure about their state. You may choose to have your students use the included brochure template, or you may simply use white paper folded into thirds. The sections of the brochure include information on their state’s national parks, monuments, attractions/events, and state
This set of National Park Research Brochures is ideal for independent or group student research. Designed as a 2-sided brochure, the end product will be focused, organized, attractive and each will be unique! Each brochure includes the same open-ended response areas, illustration boxes, a map to id
This set of U.S. Landmarks or U.S. Monuments Research Tri-folds is ideal for independent or group student research. Designed as a 2-sided brochure, the end product will be focused, organized, attractive and each will be unique! Each brochure includes the same open-ended response areas, illustration
Monuments, Symbols, landmarks research report writing project.Either take notes on the posters or use them for hallway display!Students research an assigned a United State Monument.Supply students with note sheetWhen research is complete, students fill in Monument poster. You have a great hallway
Created to be used with unit 1.6 research project in McGraw-Hill Wonders reading series, but can be used in Social Studies too. Graphic organizer for a project on a national monument or American landmark.
Are your students learning about the history of the United States? Do you teach them about historic landmarks in the US? If you do, then this is the perfect resource for you! Included in your download is 25 different monuments, memorials, and landmarks in the United States. Students will research t
This includes 3 pages of United States historic sites, monuments, and landmarks, with a small amount of information about each of the 22 locations. They are in color and in grayscale. Also included: 2 page matching with answer key and a wordsearch in 2 formats (1 with boxes around the letters and
101 different internet research projects for middle school students. Students search for interesting facts about Egypt, Israel, Russia, China, Mexico, Ireland, Germany and Puerto Rico. Students locate postage stamps from foreign countries and illustrate them. Students investigate Alaska, North Ca
Z.A.R.T. Zombie Apocalypse Road Trip Research ReportTHIS IS A FULL UNIT! Focus is geography and state research.This is a research report that can replace the traditional state report requirement most of us are asked to do each year. It is high interest, relevant to student interests and follows a
This bundle contains 264 printable or digital activities for students to investigate California. Students search online using a laptop, tablet or phone to find information about: Native American tribes of California, California cities, California symbols, California actors, California athletes, Cal
This packet has 101 different internet research projects for middle school students. Students search for interesting facts about Canada, Japan, Egypt, Madagascar, China, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Russia. Students locate postage stamps from foreign countries and illustrate them. Stu
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4th - 9th
Nine fun and creative U.S. history enrichment projects! From helping Francis Scott Key to taking a national monuments tour or even updating the Bill of Rights, your students will love these projects. This resource provides a fantastic way for students to learn about American history in a way that th
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4th - 5th
Allow students to explore United States symbols and monuments. Students have to answer the W's about each: who, what, when, where and why is it significant to the United States? •Statue of liberty •Bald eagle •American flag •Liberty bell •Mount Rushmore •Jefferson memorial •Pledge of allegiance •The
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3rd - 6th
Geography students will choose one of 5 templates to complete a United States state research project. There are 18 requirements for the first part of the project (such as state flag, motto, nickname, industries, national monument or park, climate, etc). They will then choose 2 of 5 extension tasks
This packet has 101 different internet research projects for middle school students. Students search for interesting facts about Canada, Ireland, Egypt, Madagascar, North Korea, Greece, Panama, Kenya, China, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Russia. Students locate postage stamps from forei
“United States Memorials and Monuments” is an engaging digital activity for students in upper elementary and middle school (approximately 4th-7th). Created in Google slides, this research activity can be easily posted on Google Classroom—perfect for distance learning! Take this activity a step furt
This resource is designed as a starting point for students to learn about other countries around the world. For each country, students are required to research the capital city, population, language, currency, which continent it belongs to and the national anthem. An image depicting the traditional/
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Are your students learning about the history of the United States? Do you teach them about historic landmarks in the US? If yes, then this is the perfect resource for you! Included in your download is 3 templates: Statue of Liberty, Washington Monument, and World War I Memorial. The resource also i
A research project about Indonesia . This 16-pages workbook is great for reports and projects and can easily serve as a note-taking tool for an essay or presentation about Indonesia. It can also serve as the research project itself! Teachers can also use individual worksheets that are part of this w
This packet has 101 different internet research projects for middle school students. Students search for interesting facts about China, Egypt, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Puerto Rico, North Korea, Madagascar, and Russia. Students locate postage stamps from foreign countries and illustrate them. Stud

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