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Enjoy the last 6 days with your students by doing end of the year themed days. This bundle contains activities for ice cream day, beach day, bubble day, circus day, camping day, and popcorn day. Your students will be so excited to come to school each day. It's engaging, educational, and fun! You cou
K - 2nd
This Poetry Writing Unit includes 220-pages of poetry writing activities to teach how to write 13 different types of poetry. There are posters for each poetry types with examples and half page posters for poetry terms. This unit includes planning sheets and many poetry writing templates for each typ
Spelling Dictionary: This interactive spelling dictionary with both print and go and editable (add your own words on the A to Z pages) formats provides students with a year long resource book and interactive activities to go along with it. Spelling is a skill that develops with time, teaching, and p
K - 3rd
Crime Scene Activity: Analyzing Primary and Secondary Source Evidence “The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is an activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evid
This is a set of activities, worksheets, and posters to support your primary economics unit on needs and wants. Includes:Vocabulary Posters with definitions of needs and wantsPicture Sort - Students sort picture cards according to whether the item is a need or a wantWriting Activity - Student write
Understanding primary and secondary sources is one of the foundations of learning about social studies, but let's face it- it can be a dry topic to teach! However, it doesn't have to be- these activities about firsthand and secondhand accounts aim to engage your learners by showing how these topics
Visualizing is one of my favorite reading comprehension strategies to teach! This pack is filled with engaging activities that can be used to teach the important skill of visualization. This 34 page product includes 12 original texts for creating mental images. It also has an anchor chart, a fabulo
To better understand the basic information within the U.S. Constitution, students will browse through this primary source document and find the main ideas regarding the 7 Articles and 27 Amendments. Included are 17 questions about the articles and 27 questions about the amendments. All questions (
This primary source lesson will help students better understand one of the most important documents of all time - The Declaration of Independence. Though Thomas Jefferson's Declaration can be difficult to understand for some, this worksheet is a great overall, big-picture way to study such an impor
What better way to share Dr. King's dream than this story... The Crayon Box that Talked. This packet takes that literature piece in connection with Martin Luther King and focuses on character traits and the "dream".Packet:6 vocabulary cards for posting with picturesCraft with a crayon box and posit
If you are looking for a no-prep lesson and activity to teach your students about Primary and Secondary sources, this resource is for you! This Primary and Secondary Sources Activities Set works for either Google Drive or PDF, giving you flexibility and the option to use it for distance learning!Thi
In this Jim Crow student reading and primary source activity, students learn the origins and history of Jim Crow laws throughout the United States before engaging with primary text from the Jim Crow era. Students will complete three activities to learn the history of Jim Crow laws in the United Sta
Teach content and skills simultaneously for your AP US History class. Save time planning with these comprehensive bundles for the entire YEAR of AP United States History! Cover the material in a fun, comprehensive and rigorous way that is directly aligned with the College Board's key concepts. This
9th - 12th
Use Lewis and Clark's authentic journal entries to teach students about the famous expedition! Your students will evaluate the success of Lewis and Clark's journey by analyzing primary sources, recording evidence, and answering a document based question. Everything you need for a comprehensive less
Grammar review doesn't have to be boring and monotonous! Get kids up and moving with this print and go, classroom-tested interactive game for reviewing primary and secondary sources that comes in printable and an interactive digital format.Student Experience: Students will learn with movement as the
In grades 6-12, the CCSS provide distinct literacy standards for history/social studies, science, and technical subjects. Many of these discipline-specific standards implicitly include primary sources among essential types of evidence; some refer specifically to primary sources.Under the English Lan
The intent of this lesson is to expose students to a variety of topics in a short amount of time using fun and engaging methods. Each station of this NO PREP activity contains enthralling primary source accounts. The activity is available in print and digital format. After completing this lesson,
See the complete Tall Tale details here.When teaching about the different genre with the primary child Tall Tales are always so much fun. In this mini unit the children will meet Pecos Bill, John Henry, Annie Oakley, and Paul Bunyan. The Packet consists of:4 Anchor Charts for postingCrafts: Peco
Your students will love learning about Thomas Paine with this lesson packet! This packet includes: Lesson Sheet Foldable Activity Primary Source Detectives Activity This unit is also contained in an exciting bundle. Check it out: American Revolution- An Active, Engaging Bundle "Follow Me" t
This product includes 2 cut-out & glue activities on primary and secondary succession from ecological succession. Students will cut out diagrams and place them on their correct position on the primary & secondary succession backgrounds. This product contains the activities in both black a
This engaging primary and secondary source activity will get your students up and moving by turning them into super sleuths. With this activity, the students will determine whether a source is primary or secondary. All you have to do is copy these cute little detective themed cards on either pap
Updated for 2021!! Iditarod. NEW TRAIL PLAN due to Covid 19. Alaska is the home of many sled dog races. This unit will provide you with plenty of ideas for activities that support learning about this sport for your primary students as well as worksheets and printables. In this winter unit you'll
See details here.This packet will give your class an opportunity to explore the 8 symbols that represent our nation. Abraham LincolnGeorge Washington..Visit for lesson ideas.Presidents' DayBUNDLE UP FOR ALL THREE!You might also like US SymbolsThe packet contains:Two crafts- an eagle and a bell (repr
Students investigate important and long-lasting achievements of the Magna Carta by reading and analyzing excerpts directly from the primary source document. Then, students compare concepts in the Magna Carta to the U.S. government. An answer key and instructional materials are included. After comple

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