This is a great practice to introduce or review absolute location. It contains three practice sheets, as well as an extension that allows students to create. Use it all together or as separate assignments. Students will become masters of latitude
This is a social studies essay prompt about the decision colonists had to make about being a patriot or a loyalist during the American Revolution. It includes a prompt, pre-write, and rubric. It is also editable!
This is a review worksheet that I made for my students before our assessment on Whole Number Multiplication and Division. It covers standards 5.NBT.5, 5.NBT.6, and 5.OA.1. The document is editable, so you could add or delete problems. I hope it
Do your students struggle to start when it comes to math word problems? Mine did! This strategy has helped my students to organize the problem by writing down important information, determine the operation by drawing it out, proving their model
This is a great interactive activity that allows students to get a lot of information quickly. The questions correspond with our social studies textbook, but they could be used with an internet scavenger hunt. I assigned a specific topic to 4
This worksheet helps students analyze the phrases listed in the preamble to the Constitution. Their task is to connect government services (such as military, schools, social security) to the preamble phrase it falls under.
I created these guided reading notes to go with the Harcourt Social Studies book, but they could be used along with a lesson to reinforce the concept of identifying how people modified the environment in the history of the U.S. We have shapes on our