September "Click-and-Print" Social Studies Bundle

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    1. Do you have a hard time finding time to plan and prep social studies units in your K-2 classroom? This product's easy click and print resources can be used to practice fine motor skills, compare information with interactive notebooks and graphic organizers and also incorporate cross-curricular writi
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    Do you have a hard time finding time to plan and prep social studies units in your K-2 classroom? This product's easy click and print resources can be used to practice fine motor skills, compare information with interactive notebooks and graphic organizers and also incorporate cross-curricular writing.

    Here's what people are saying about it:

    • "This is a great resource for Social Studies. I'm always scrambling to put something together, and now I don't have to."
    • "Wonderful pack with many graphic organizers and tons of way to engage young students with social studies content. Great resource, thanks so much!"

    Here's what's included:

    United States Symbols, Maps and More

    Featured Pages:

    • A Map of the US: Identify your state on a United States map using cardinal directions
    • What is a President Poster: Defines his role as a government official
    • The President Tree Map: The President is, has, can
    • All About Abraham Lincoln Poster: Quick Facts, His Role in the History of the United States and other Historical Facts
    • All About Abraham Lincoln: Fill in the Blank Questions
    • All About George Washington Poster: Quick Facts, His Role in the History of the United States and other Historical Facts
    • All About George Washington: Fill in the Blank Questions
    • Writing Page: If I Were the President
    • American Symbols (2 versions of each for differentiation)

    -Bald Eagle

    -Liberty Bell

    -US Flag

    -Statue of Liberty

    -White House

    -Lincoln Memorial

    -Washington Monument

    -Air Force One

    -Mount Rushmore

    • The American Flag Poster: Explanation of flag color code and the meaning of the stars and stripes
    • The American Flag: Flag Color Code Cut and Paste
    • How Can You be a Good Citizen Writing Page
    • What I've Learned About the USA Writing Page

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    Rules and Laws

    Featured Pages:

    -All About Rules and Laws (cover page to create a booklet)

    -KWL Chart/Pre-assessment

    -All About School Rules Fill in the Blank

    -How to Make a Law Poster

    -How to Make a Law Fill in the Blank

    -School Rules cut and paste (two versions for differentiation)

    • Always listen carefully to your teacher
    • Keep your hands to yourself, no fighting
    • If you have a question raise your hand
    • Always clean up after yourself
    • Walk in a straight line in the hallways
    • Be a good friend and share with others

    -Rule or Law? Poster

    -Rule or Law? Cut and Paste

    -Describing Character Traits (four pages)

    • Good Listener
    • Good Worker
    • Good Friend
    • Good Line Leader

    -What I’ve Learned About Rules and Laws Writing Page

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    Labor Day

    1. Cover Page

    -All About Labor Day (to create a booklet)

    2. Facts

    -KWL Chart

    -All About Labor Day

    -American Workers cut and paste (4 pages)

    -What I’ve Learned About Labor Day

    3. Describing with Adjectives

    -Handy Man

    -Office Worker

    -Janitor

    -Nurse

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    Johnny Appleseed

    1. Cover Page

    (for a writing project or to create a packet of information for students to work through)

    2. Writing Pages

    -What I learned

    -A Folk Hero

    -All About Johnny Appleseed

    3.Describing with Adjectives

    -Johnny Appleseed

    -An Apple Tree

    4. Fact Collection

    -Tree Map

    -6 Facts (with word bank)

    -5 Facts (no word bank)

    5. Timelines

    -Early Life Timeline

    -Career Timeline

    6. Creative Writing

    -If I was Johnny Appleseed

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    For Texas Teachers, this bundle is related to the following 2020 TEKS:

    1.1a (K.1a, 2.1a) describe the origins of customs, holidays, and celebrations of the community, state, and nation such as Constitution Day, Independence Day, and Veterans Day; 

    1.1b (K.1b) compare the observance of holidays and celebrations 

    1.2a (2.2a) identify contributions of historical figures, including Sam Houston, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Martin Luther King Jr., who have influenced the state and nation;

    1.2b (2.2b) compare the lives of historical figures who have influenced the state and nation. 

    1.4b (2.4b) locate and explore the community, Texas, and the United States on maps and globes 

    1.10a (K.7a) explain the purpose for rules and laws in the home, school, and community; and 

    1.10b (K.7b, 2.8a) identify rules and laws that establish order, provide security, and manage conflict. 

    1.11a (K.8a, 2.9a) identify the responsibilities of authority figures in the home, school, and community; and 

    1.11b (K.8b, 2.9b) identify and describe the roles of public officials in the community, state, and nation. 

    1.12a (2.10a) identify characteristics of good citizenship, including truthfulness, justice, equality, respect for oneself and others, responsibility in daily life, and participation in government by educating oneself about the issues, respectfully holding public officials to their word, and voting; and 

    1.13a (K.9a, 2.11c) explain state and national patriotic symbols, including the United States and Texas flags, the Liberty Bell, the Statue of Liberty, and the Alamo; 

    1.13b (K.9b, 2.11a) recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag and the Pledge to the Texas Flag; 

    1.13c (2.11b) identify anthems and mottoes of Texas and the United States 

    1.13d (K.9c) explain and practice voting as a way of making choices and decisions; and 

    1.13e (2.11d) explain how patriotic customs and celebrations reflect American individualism and freedom. 

    1.12b (2.10b) identify historical figures and other individuals who have exemplified good citizenship such as Benjamin Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. 

    1.17a (K.14a, 2.16a) use a simple timeline to distinguish among past, present, and future; 

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