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Past, Present, and Future Worksheets and Quiz
Help your student master past, present, and future with this package. Included in the package are 6 worksheets and 1 Quiz.
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School rules, rights and responsibilities, needs and wants, and more!
I've bundled all my social studies products into one and for a great price! Originally $23.00, now $16.00! Below I've linked the products included in the bundle. Sequencing from young to old - https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sequencing-2754253 Sequencing of school day - https://www.tea
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Grade 4 Saskatchewan Social Studies - Unit 2 DR4.1 Part 1
In this complete unit plan, you will find suggested learning activities, handouts, and assessment ideas to help your students experience and explore the essential questions of these outcomes. Your students will be given the opportunity to grow in skills and knowledge and understanding and should be
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What Will the Future Be Like?
Sorting activity that allows students to use their imagination by drawing what they think the future will be like. This product was designed for use with a Virginia Grade Level Assessment (VGLA). It can be used to assess students when learning about past, present, and future.
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Social Psychology Bundle!!
BUNDLE & SAVE!!!! Social Psychology: Key Terms & Concepts (1) This resource is a student worksheet with the first set of key terms and concepts in Social Psychology which aligns with the AP Psychology course. The answer key is also attached to help both teachers and students with marking!!
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Antarctica  - Text and Exercise Sheets
Antarctica is the coldest and windiest place on earth. Almost the entire continent is covered with ice that is up to 5 km thick near the South Pole. Antarctica is a desert because it doesn't get very much precipitation. Some areas get less than 70 mm a year, in the form of snow. Contents : 4 pages
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Westward Ho! Westward Expansion Transportation Writing Activity
This writing activity allows the students to write about the transportation during the westward expansion. At the bottom the students can draw a picture of transportation in the past and in the present. Thank you and please leave any feedback, questions, and comments. They are always appreciated.
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British Royal Family Bundle
How about meeting the British Royal Family?! Engage your students in a fun, cultural and task-based lesson.Your British Royal Family Unit in detail:This is a set of 46 worksheets about the 11 main members of the British Royal Family. This set is meant to be used when teaching family relationship to
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Constitution Day Activities, Sept. 17, Citizenship Day or 9-11,  U.S. History
Do your students know about Constitution Day? On September 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the U.S. Constitution. For the past 225 years, the Constitution has served as the supreme law of the land. The Constitution, along with the Bill of Rights and other amendments, define our government and

Also included in: American History Activities - U.S. History 3rd, 4th, 5th Grades - BUNDLE

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NOVA: Making North America: Origins, Life, Human Video Questions
How did North America form? What is the history of its life and human civilization? This 3-part series from NOVA provides current answers to these questions. This single download contains my three separate video worksheets for this NOVA series at a discounted price. Descriptions of each worksheet
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NOVA: Making North America: Human Video Questions
What is the history of humans in North America? To answer this question, Kirk Johnson, the Sant Director of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, takes the viewer on an odyssey of time and space, from the entrance of humans into North America to today’s fossil fuel dependent civilizati
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NOVA: Treasures of the Earth: Metals Video Questions
Metals are the backbone of modern civilization. In this high-interest video, we learn about the history of precious materials such as gold, copper, iron, and aluminum. This video is one of the three part series NOVA: Treasures of the Earth: Gems, Metals, Power. Gold has been valued since antiquity.
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