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Social Studies Unit 2 Where do we live? Duration: 30-45 minutes per lesson Each lesson includes, and explanation, terms, questions, activities, and additional resources such as websites, educational videos, and/or games Day 1: We live in the United States! Day 2: American Symbols Day 3: America, A
This is a powerpoint I created for my classroom in South Carolina. The details can be changed to meet the needs of where your school is located. Begins with continents and works down to the city. Short quiz at the end of the powerpoint. Covers the basics of location and maps. Could be used with a
Grab this setting analysis activity to increase reading comprehension while reading The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Students will analyze each setting and the characters who live there! This minilesson is great to use after reading chapter 2 of the novel!Editable to fit the needs of your cl
Do your students get confused about where they live? Use these posters and arrows to create a flow chart to show where in the world we live. The display shows: city --> state --> country --> continent --> planet --> solar system --> galaxy. Blank pages are included for you to crea
This book was crated for a Kindergarten Special Ed class. It's purpose is to explicitly describe that animals live on land if they have legs or in the water if the have fins. A "legs" and "fin" visual is included for prompting throughout reading. This book is a perfect pre-reading for sorting activi
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This "Big Box" of  Work Tasks:  Life Skills Edition is packed full of work tasks to fill task boxes, centers, and work stations.  These work tasks can also be used in small group activities.There are 20 work tasks in this set that focus on life skills and include options for differentiation. Most ta
Comes with two versions! A quick print-and-go version as well as a version to laminate and add velcro/interactive pieces. This adapted book works on knowing which foods go in the cabinet, fridge, and freezer. Goes over 17 different common food items. Great for teaching how to put away groceries or w
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PreK - 12th
Keep therapy functional for older students in speech and language! This digital resource includes 80 no-print, no-prep worksheets to support students with kitchen-related life skills and scenarios. It is packed with visuals and tools to help your students be successful, including…A Kitchen Checklist
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6th - 12th, Adult Education
Ever ask the question in class,"What city do we live in?" and get the answer "The United States!" Yup, me too!! This tool will help your students not only memorize, but visualize their geographic location. Starting out with our planet, then continent, country, state, city, and address (school or hom
This unit is a Social Studies unit that I use with my Kindergarten class, however it can easily be used with first or second grade. Included are cross curricular activities to use with writing. Included are: - venn diagram comparing and contrasting how we live here to other cultures - writing prom
This is a kindergarten unit that deals with our global address--all the places that we live in the world, from the planet earth all the way down to our street address. This was originally made to use with students in MA, but other state graphics have been added for you to change as needed. The for
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How does the depth of water affect its pressure? Did you know that this same phenomenon is associated with air? While we don't think of ourselves as living at the bottom of a sea of air, we do! This can be a helpful mental picture when trying to understand air pressure. Use this to learn and reinfor
This is a great Google Slides presentation to use with your students to introduce writing by talking about why we write and where we see writing in our every day lives. The Google Slides allow the teacher to gently walk students through learning about reasons people write and where we see writing in
In this lesson, students will use timelines to explain how they fit into the larger scope of local and global history.Learning Targets:I can put my life's events and important public events in order on a timeline.I can use my timeline to explain how I fit into my local and global history.Interested
Four mini-culture units. Everything in the target language. Please preview. All Miraflores units include: pre-reading, reading, comprehension, integrated vocabulary and grammar all on topic, oral and written exercises, web keywords, and the answer key to make the teacher´s life easier. We have quite
This resource is a google slides hyperdoc assignment. The first part of the assignment can be used as an introduction or review of basic forms of genetic modification. The second part of the assignment asks students to think about and evaluate different real life uses of genetic modification. Stude
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6th - 9th
Our students usually like telling us where they are from and where they live. However how can we help them develop their vocabulary and grammar skills while having fun? This colourful powerpoint with 28 slides and its activity booklet for students will help you teach them about: places (seaside, co
In this Where Do Values Come From lesson plan, students will identify what factors influence the development of their core values. In this lesson, students are going to examine how their core values were created. The process helps students better understand themselves, so they can better live by the
Note: This can be used in any special education, preschool or Pre-K classroom, Kindergarten and homeschool!This is an extension of the WHERE WE LIVE UNIT. This can be used for ELA and Math centers and/or independent stations. Students will practice matching, counting and sorting. This resource is us
With these Where Are We and Do Not Disturb Door Hanger Signs, no one will be left guessing where your class is when you're away or interrupt you if you're in a meeting! Simply hang one of the signs on the outside of your door handle, so that your class can be located or if you are in an important me
Our students usually like telling us where they are from and where they live. However how can we help them develop their vocabulary and grammar skills while having fun? This colourful powerpoint with 28 slides will help you teach them about: places (seaside, countryside etc.), likes and dislikes +
This "Where?" BINGO deck contains 25 questions in a Bingo game format. The cards ask questions regarding where things are found (e.g., where does a mailman put mail? a king live? do we sleep? do we play soccer games? do we bake cookies?). It's a fun way to work on:· Answering WH- Questions· Answerin
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This PowerPoint is the next step to my Life Cycle Bundle.This lesson incorporates elements from the bundle to create a lesson to teach students about sequencing, using a plant's life cycle.These printables can be printed for in-class visuals or displayed online for digital visuals! :)Included in thi
This Geography lesson aims to help younger students understand where they live in the world.It is is part of the Our World unit designed for students in Kindergarten to 2nd Grade, but can also be used as a standalone lesson. All resources are fully editable.The presentation first prompts students to

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