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Westward Ho! This resource teaches students about choices and hardships that pioneers faced on the Oregon Trail. Students will:- Create a family and identify their reasons for heading west- Sort items that pioneers would want and need- Make important choices about what to take when packing their wag
Cause and Effect is the focus of this Adobe file. It is a companion exercise for the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (2012) Journeys fifth grade selection "Rachel's Journey: The Story of a Pioneer Girl". Students add causes and effects to a graphic organizer. My students perform higher on comprehension
A writing activity that provides students an opportunity to vicariously experience the pioneer journey west and the various hardships faced. Students are assigned to be a character and respond to writing prompts as if they were that character. Some of the conflicts the group face are: health, weat
Students must match the primary source quote with the corresponding westward pioneer vocabulary. This assignment allows students to hear from pioneers "in their own words" and apply higher-order thought to determining the matching topic. The assignment ends with socratic questioning to allow for cla
Your unit on Pioneers and the Oregon Trail will be complete with this versatile Journal. Well- suited for grades two through five. It includes: *Journal Cover Page – two options, one with clipart, one with room for an illustration *Dedication Page and About the Author Page *6 Journal Entry Pages – S
Journal pages for Pioneers. K-2 lined paper included and 2-5 lined paper included. Each paper has space to draw if you wish. Just print whatever pages you'd like. Each page has a "date:____" space, too. Enjoy!!
Get your wagons hitched and get ready to travel pioneer style with this writing project. Students will write about what they have learned about pioneer life by creating an authentic looking pioneer journal and pioneer-style portrait (optional). This file includes a grading rubric, a teacher score
This freebie was created for my first grade students to enjoy a full day of STEAM activities that revolved around our standard of knowing our numbers through 120. In celebration of the 120th day of school, we will take a Frizzle style journey, 120 years back in time. We will explore life as a pion
Hitch up the wagons and get your students writing with this great social studies project! Students will create and write a journal as a pioneer in the 19th Century. As an option, students can also have a pioneer-style portrait created to go with their journal project. This file includes everythin
Are your students studying and comparing life from long ago to today? Then this is the project is for you!!! Have your students create their very own digital pioneer journal. Each activity in this journal will help students compare life from earlier times to our current modern day. This project can
While learning about pioneers on the Oregon Trail, have your students participate in pioneer "families", and use this packet to complete a variety of activities! Packet includes: -Vocabulary Word List -Reason To Go/Not To Go brainstorming sheet -"My Pioneer Family" detail page -"Packing Your Wagon"
A Pioneer Journal with open ended sentence starters for each category. Included is a page of lines for those who want to extend their writing. Also included are frames for an illustration of what the student has written about.
This is a journaling project for students to pretend they are pioneers traveling to Ohio & creating a new home & life. Included is a modified version of the project for certain students to use picture journal entries instead of written journal entries. This project can easily be tweaked to c
There is nothing boring about Vocabulary when you play Concentration!This is a vocabulary concentration/memory game for the story "Rachel's Journal: The Story of a Pioneer Girl" from 5th Grade Journeys Lesson 24.♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
There is nothing boring about Vocabulary when you practice with a fortune teller/cootie catcher!This is a vocabulary fortune teller for the story "Rachel's Journal: The Story of a Pioneer Girl" from the Journeys 5th Grade Lesson 24.★★★★You Might Also Enjoy★★★★Tucket's Travels Vocabulary Fortune Tell
5th Grade Journeys 2017 edition Unit 5 Lesson 24. Vocabulary questions for students to answer. Great to add to your google drive and then to your google classroom for students to complete and turn in.
Students can pretend they are a pioneer traveling across the country. Each day they will write about their adventure on the trails. Product includes a journal cover page and a daily journal pages.
Early America: Explorers, Pilgrims and Pioneers What is included? A cover page for the students and Christopher Columbus poem can kick start your lesson. Information is included involving: the pilgrims, the settlers moving west, Thomas Jefferson, Lewis and Clarke and Sacagawea. *PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
Interactive Social Studies Notebooks are wonderful, and fun, ways to introduce your students to Westward Expansion! I've been using notebooking in Social Studies for over a year now, and I love it! My units involve a lot of reading, and even includes mini-books and reading passages! These mini-book
Hi, Pioneer Cat is written by William H. Hooks. This product is a great unit filled with questions, vocabulary, character profiles, fun graphic organizers, tests, cover pages, story writing, and best of all ANSWER KEYS! This is great to use for whole class or small reading groups. This unit is perf
Westward Expansion Map and Journal Project This is a one week map and journal project covering Western Expansion in the United States starting after the end of the War of 1812 and continuing through the end of the Civil War. There are two parts to the project. The first will be a map that includes
This set of 36 printable photos perfectly complements your pioneers and settlers lesson plans, projects, photo sorts, worksheets, class discussions, or bulletin board displays! All Pioneers and Settlers Photos in this collection were taken by me, so you can use them in your educational resources a
What was it like to be a pioneer? Your students will take on the role of a young person who actually experienced the Oregon Trail. Students will love using technology for this webquest journaling lesson! Students will be directed to websites, and then asked to respond to prompts for writing a
This Pilgrims, Pioneers, and Native Americans Unit, First Settlers, covers the every day lives of the first settlers in the United States. This concept-based unit can be used at any time during the school year, but fits in well around Thanksgiving, as it explains the first thanksgiving between the p

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