Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]

Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]
Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]
Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]
Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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PDF Product- Laws and choices scenarios for students to understand positive and negative consequences.
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Great supplement to Pearson myWorld Social Studies, 2nd grade,‘We Do Our Part’,Chapter 1, Lesson 3: We Follow Rules and Laws

**This unit works great even if you don't use the curriculum described above**

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**Note: If you like using Google Drive and would like a more customizable product, click here for a Google Slide version of this same product.

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Included in this product:

-Mini Lesson as to how to use these materials and teach this lesson to your class

-4 Heading Cards for Class Sort [Following the Law, Not Following the Law, Positive Consequences & Negative Consequences]

-18 different examples of people following the law/not following the law [and blank cards to write the consequences]

-Choices & Consequences Matching Game, student scenarios, with 12 different cards

-Independent Practice worksheet for students to apply and write consequences for specific actions people make

-Blank cards to add in your own ideas

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About this product:

I think it’s important to know that there are always consequences for your actions; whether they are positive or negative. I started this lesson by having students explore choices people make in the real world in accordance with laws and how those choices reflect positive or negative consequences. I then related this back to situations that are relevant for students and how their choices affect them. I hope that these activities inspire and create meaningful conversations in your classroom about choices and consequences!

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Materials and Tips & Tricks

-Laminate the laws & blank consequences cards for extra durability. Extra points for adding sticky magnets on the back.

-Print the matching cards on card stock so that the other side can’t be seen through.

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Thank you again!

Naomi Meredith; Creator and Owner of Marvelous Ms. M

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Total Pages
16
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Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]
Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]
Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]
Laws and Consequences Sort [PDF Version]