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This resource includes a biography of Rosa Parks written on 3 different reading levels, 1 page of text dependent questions (perfect for class discussion and/or writing prompts) and 1 page for students to complete independantly (using evidence from the article to support their answers). This resou
Veterans Day True & False Pocket Chart Activity Included : Directions and Suggestions For Activity True and False Header 12 True and False Cards Stationary Paper for Veterans Thank You
Duck for President Election, Reading & Writing Activities FREEBIE This Includes: Common Core Reading Aligned Worksheets - 5 pages Election Voting Forms - 2 pages Writing Pages - 14 pages Duck versus Farmer Brown Anchor Chart (to fill out with class) - 1 pg or 6 page poster What a Presiden
Christmas activities, Christmas writing tasks, Christmas crafts and more! Keep the Christmas period educational and your students' engaged with this informative, fun and varied unit, just print and go.For each of the ten periods of history, the unit includes two pages of information and two pages of
Tired of the same teaching themes and you want a change? After coming across the book A House is a House for Me by Mary Ann Hoberman, (which I fell in love with), I decided to do a unit on Homes (and Family) in lieu of The Gingerbread Man in December. The potential of the use of a “Home” theme is i
Chart detailing monthly themes including holidays, seasons, and social skills. Helpful to plan activities for the entire school year. Appropriate for multiple age levels.
Enjoy these few activities for the story Grace for President!
This free theme pack contains resources for Freedom Week, including writing, discussion, poetry & vocabulary! Enjoy:) Be sure to check out my other resources!
This mini book will help your students learn the important jobs of workers in a community and whether that person provides a good or a service. The book also provides for a reading and writing opportunity. Students will write the name of the job on the top line, a few things that the person does in
This is a wonderful curriculum designed from the Michigan GLCE's for 4th grade Social Studies. It is extremely detailed, provides tons of lessons, supplemental materials and additional resources. This curriculum is presented in a visually appealing and easy-to-read format. If you are teaching 4th
Here is a Christopher Columbus write the room freebie. I know many of us are out on Columbus day, but I know you teach about him! :-) I will upload a unit soon! Thank you for downloading this free resource. I just ask that you comment and rate the product. Here is a link to the full product: htt
FREE Common Core-aligned Literacy-Based Resource that uses Nonfiction Informational Text and a balanced mix of engaging hands-on activities to teach students about the life and voyages of famous New World Explorer Henry Hudson:• Nonfiction Informational text about Henry Hudson-we provide all of the
COMPLETELY UPDATED AND RENOVATED JUNE 2016! ****Free!**** Download soon so you can become acquainted with my Geography Jumpers series!!! This unit explores the country, the continent it's located in, it's flag, and many other facts, including its culture and what school is like there. This is one
Help your students learn about the famous explorer, Christopher Columbus with this fun, free song! We Celebrate Columbus Day Song (Color and Black/White) Blessings, Marlana Lil' Country Kindergarten
This patriotic mini-book is a sample of my larger unit "Remembering September 11th with Little Ones" which includes writing prompts, graphic organizers, and 3 math and 3 reading center activities. This is a very sensitive topic, especially when teaching young children. This unit allows teachers to f
This will be a great companion to a unit on holidays around the world. This freebie includes passport pages for 27 different countries. Print the countries that you will "visit" with your students, and enjoy! This passport will go perfectly with these holiday close reads! Save 20% when you buy the
A community is made of many people working together. Spice up your Community Helpers unit with these  activities that allow you to easily tie in math, phonics, reading, writing, and social studies. This unit will help students  recognize where to find helpers in their community and how each one
This is an adorable cover to a class book you can create with your students about what they want to be when they grow up! It fits in perfectly with unit plans on Community Helpers! I have included the title page and a student page where the children can draw a picture of what they want to be. The
I've been using notebooking in Social Studies for almost a year now, and I love it! My notebooking units involve a lot of reading, and we'll focus on reading skills, such as summarizing, looking for main idea and details, highlighting important information, taking notes, etc. My students have love
Make a Flag Quilt Block is a paper quilting activity. It includes:* instructions for making a paper flag quilt block* 2 patterns {one with 1" squares and one with 1.25" squares}* helpful hints for constructing the blocks* examples of completed blocksStudents construct a flag quilt block with paper s
Social Studies Interactive Notebook - Social Studies Interactive activities I am offering this FREE RESOURCE to my Newsletter Subscribers! My Newsletter Subscribers get a FREEBIE every month! When you download the resource, you will get a link to subscribe to my newsletter and then you will get a l
This unit is about the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Children will learn about his life from boyhood to Presidency. It tells about his birthplace, schooling, family, the Civil War, John Wilkes Booth, and the Emancipation Proclamation.The unit includes: criss cross, word finds
A set of three posters with kid-friendly quotes from Aristotle, Plato, and Socrates. Use these for interpreting these famous philosophers or for classroom decor. I had my students split into groups and each tackle a quote or two. They had to put the quote into their own words, describe the mean
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It's never too early to start teaching our students the importance of caring for our planet and it's resources. This mini-unit is based around "The Lorax" by Dr. Seuss and offers lessons, activities, and teaching strategies to help students understand the importance of conservation. This mini-unit

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