September 1, 2005 was the 100th anniversary of the province of Saskatchewan.
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While learning about the first 100 years of the province, you'll find black line masters for poems, songs, rebus chants, activity sheets, student bookmaking, hands-on centre activities, and a storybo
Acrostic poetry is one of the most interesting and fun ways to express affection or describe someone. This worksheet includes an example of a short acrostic poem, an acrostic poem by a young George Washington and provides inspiration and space for the student to create his or her own.
Here are som
You Decide! Articles of Confederation or the Constitution?
Why were the Articles of Confederation written and why was this document replaced by the U.S Constitution? The activities in my packet provide a variety of differentiated activities that encourage debates, discussions and research on the W
FIRST TEN AMENDMENTS BILL OF RIGHTS
Get your students excited about the first ten amendments of the Constitution as they read situations they can relate to.
This packet includes a chart of the first ten amendments and worksheets that ask them to decide which situations apply to the amendments using
This is a bundle of two power point presentations on Ancient Greece. Power point #1 reviews how Greece became a significant civilization in ancient times while power point #2 reviews what life was like in ancient Greece. Both are highly animated to keep the attention of the students and are "editabl
Great way to teach America's government by analyzing these lyrics. Search for the music video on YouTube...it is AMAZING!
We have our students sing this each year for our history play. They really enjoy it!