SS5G1 Physical & Man-Made Features Scrapbook
Need an outstanding visual that will anchor your students learning of standard SS5G1?
This product is a step-by-step 43 slide editable power point that will walk your students through the creation of a Landmarks Scrapbook. I have also provided a link so that you can access the slideshow on Google Drive and assign it to your students in Google Classroom! When they are done they will have an awesome reference they can refer to year all year long! Especially helpful for test prep in the spring!
SS5G1 The student will locate important places in the United States.
a. Locate important physical features; include the Grand Canyon, Salton Sea, Great Salt Lake, and the Mojave Desert.
b. Locate important man-made places; include the Chisholm Trail, Pittsburg, PA, Kitty Hawk, NC, Pearl Harbor, HI and Mongomery, AL.
Why are these locations of the Grand Canyon, Mojave Desert, and Great Salt Lake important in history?
Why was Kitty Hawk’s location important to the Wright Brothers’ flight?
How did the location of Pittsburg make a perfect place for the steel industry?
How did the creation of the Salton Sea effect Southern California society?
Scrapbook entries include:
1. Salton Sea
2. Grand Canyon
3. Great Salt Lake
4. Mojave Desert
5. Chisholm Trail
6. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
7. Montgomery, Alabama
8. Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
9. Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
This product will work as an independent center assignment, small group lesson or whole group activity! Perfect for ESOL learners and any learner who thrives off a visual aid!
The product includes a 43 slide power point and 3 pages of photos that will fit perfectly in the scrapbook. Your students will need a file folder, ruler, pencil, crayons and glue.
Check out my Physical and Man Made Features digital research product if you prefer a product that is paperless!