This can be used as an introduction to the book 'Four Perfect Pebbles'. It explains the main characters, setting, what was happening in Europe at that time, etc. It will help students actually understand what they will be reading in class. I made
This information sheet details WHY the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. This was designed with the WV Next Gen. CSOs for 6th grade Social Studies in mind. It can be used as an introduction to a deeper analysis of the attack on Pearl Harbor from a
Students will use this information sheet to begin creating their state flag project in groups at tables. This assignment is for West Virginia but can be adapted for any state. (This is for 8th grade WV History). Students need to have access to
This can be used for 6th grade social studies when learning about the President of the United States. Students go to the designated website and navigate an interactive model of the White House. Answer key not included.
This assignment can be used with multiple grade levels. It is created to be used in a 7th grade Ancient History classroom using the McGraw Hill textbook for 7th grade WV History. Here are the directions for the assignment: Vocabulary is an important
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Use this PowerPoint as an introduction to your unit on Western Virginia Exploration & Settlement. This PowerPoint includes vocabulary words students need to know to understand the chapter.
Students will create their own artifacts and antique shop to share with the class using items they would encounter during the Civil Rights time frame in history. Students receive 'Good Behavior Bucks' when they are demonstrating good work ethic
Students will label the 7 continents & different bodies of water on a map of the world. This assignment instructs students to use their textbook (7th grade Discovering Our Past:A History of the World-Early Ages- state = WV but can be adapted for
This study guide is for Ch. 7 in the McGraw Hill 7th grade textbook using the WV Next Gen. CSOs for Social Studies. The test for this study guide is also available in my store. The answer key to this study guide is not included.
This is designed for use in a West Virginia history classroom, but it can be adapted and used to discuss any explorers in world/U.S. history. Students design a FAQ (frequently asked questions) poster on an explorer they are learning about in class.