Social Studies Activities for Grades 3, 4, 5

Social Studies Activities for Grades 3, 4, 5
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    These Social Studies thematic units for grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 are designed to be integrated into your Reading and Writing instruction. This is a GROWING BUNDLE, which means it will grow as I create new units. As it grows, the price will increase. Grab it now at its LOWEST PRICE, and you can re-download in the future as I add new resources!

    This GROWING BUNDLE currently includes:

    SEPTEMBER: September 11 - A Differentiated Bundle Grades 1-4 - Digital and Printable.

    This Patriot Day resource is designed to sensitively teach children about the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 through a variety of differentiated literacy resources. If you have a wide range of readers in your classroom, this unit includes something that everyone can read! The bundle also now includes paperless books and activities that can be implemented with Google Classroom, Google Slides, Chromebooks, iPads, or other 1:1 devices. You can go digital with ease using these no-prep resources.

    SEPTEMBER: Constitution Unit - Digital AND Printable

    This Constitution social studies and literacy unit is designed to teach students about the creation of the Constitution. Constitution Day is celebrated on September 17 each year. It is actually required by law that EVERY teacher in a school that receives government funding must teach a lesson about the Constitution on or during the week of September 17. This unit will give you so many options! It can be used to meet your legal requirements, but also can be used to supplement any unit on the Constitution, including the Constitutional Convention, the Bill of Rights, and the 3 Branches of Government! Your kids will love learning about this important time of history with these engaging resources!

    OCTOBER: Columbus Unit - Will be adding digital before October 2019

    Do you struggle with finding age-appropriate content unit to teach upper elementary students the truth about Christopher Columbus? This product is perfect for Columbus Day (celebrated on the second Monday in October each year in America) or to supplement a unit on explorers. It reveals the TRUTH about common myths surrounding the Columbus story in a sensitive manner that is appropriate for upper elementary students. Your kids will love learning about this piece of history with these engaging resources!

    NOVEMBER: Veterans Unit - Will be adding digital before November 2019

    This Veterans Day themed social studies and literacy unit is designed to teach students about the origins of Veterans Day. This day is celebrated on November 11 each year. Your kids will love learning about the history behind this holiday with these engaging resources!

    DECEMBER or JANUARY: New Years Traditions Around the World

    This New Year's thematic unit teaches how 8 different countries in the world celebrate this holiday: Australia, Cambodia, China, Ethiopia, Germany, Greece, Japan, and Swaziland. It includes a projectable teacher powerpoint slideshow of book, student book (full page and half page in both color and blackline), 12 vocabulary words with vocabulary worksheets, printables (including a flap book foldable, graphic organizers, and a differentiated writing prompt), student postcard book (writing), countries/capitals flash cards, mapping worksheet, and countries "fast facts" posters.

    JANUARY: Let Freedom Ring! A Guided Reading Bundle

    This Dr. Martin Luther King Guided Reading BUNDLE contains all 4 differentiated levels of my Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Literacy Units. It will be perfect if your class has students reading at a variety of reading levels. This bundle will ensure that you have challenged your highest reader in class while still supporting your lowest reader. This engaging mini-unit contains a 4 levels of a non-fiction biography about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with extension activities. After students read about his life, they will get inside Dr. King’s mind to create an Open-Mind Portrait about his thoughts, words, and actions. Students will summarize important details with an interactive flap book. They will make text-to-self connections by writing about their own dreams for home, school, and the world with an interactive notebook foldable. They will even get to take home the coloring book biography about Dr. King for repeated readings!

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