Communities: Urban, Suburban and Rural
Have students learn all about Urban, Suburban and Rural Communities through an 11 page reader. Find out what the communities look like, how people get around and where people live.
•1 Reader on Communities (11 pages)
•1 Modified Reader on Communities (11 pages)
•1 6 page workbook with activities and comprehension questions
•1 NO Prep Craftivity- perfect for a culminating activity. Everything is included!
Students will learn all about the significance of the following U.S. Symbols- Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Statue of Liberty, Liberty Bell, Mount Rushmore, the White House, U.S. Capital, the flag, and the bald eagle.
I've included how I utilize this in my classroom, but feel free to implement it however you'd like.
• 9 Total Readings- 1 for each U.S. Symbol. Each page includes pertinent information about the U.S. Symbol- where it’s located and why it’s important.
•9 pages of comprehension questions- (1 for each symbol) Includes a variety of multiple choice, matching, cut and paste, complete the sentence, text to self and text dependent questions.
•U.S. Symbol End of Unit Assessment
•Webs for U.S. Symbols - You can utilize these prior to starting the unit to gather what information the children already know or use these as another note-taking option.
•U.S. Symbol Booklets- As students complete each page, they can take notes in their booklet.
•U.S. Symbol Match Up- Students match up the symbol, picture, and definition.
•Where in the USA Activity sheet- Students locate each of the symbols on a map.
•3 Additional Symbol Activity Sheets- Students choose their top 3 fascinating facts and create a new symbol for our country and themselves.
•U.S. Symbol Photos- 9 beautiful full-color photos to show the students what the U.S. Symbol looks like.
•Persuasive Writing Activity and paper for letter writing activity.
•Answer Keys (2 per page) to make it easier for correcting work.
Have students learn all about geography and map skills through activities, readings, a flip book, and a super easy prep project.
Here are some of the activities and skills that are addressed:
♦Map Flip Book-perfect to use after the book, Me on the Map. *included in this, but can be bought separately
♦New Words I Learned Vocab Sheet
♦Compare and Contrast Maps and Globes
♦Maps and Globes sort
♦Parts of a Map Reading
♦Labeling the Parts of a Map
♦Map Grid Activity
♦Create Your Own Park Grid Activity
♦Map of the US & Questions
♦Reading and Interpretation of Maps
♦Island Map Activity
♦Continents Reading passage
♦Continent Acronym Flip Book
♦U.S. Puzzle Map
There are 6 answer keys included.