This is a very fun activity that helps students apply the concepts of the purpose of government to maintain social order, provide national security, provide public services and make economic decisions. This activity is designed to go along with the
These colorful desk labels allow you to label your desks by color and/or number to aid in creating seating charts for different classroom desk formations. Alternate Use: keep a set to use a randomizer for calling on students or creating small groups.
Classroom Management, For All Subjects, Classroom Community
This packet is great for explaining the economic, social and political differences between the North and South that led to the Civil War.
-Do Now (Drill)
-"Picture It" Activity in which students label each picture
This project is great for an in class or independent project. Each student will be assigned a president to research and complete a Power Point or Prezi and a visual component. Instructions for each part of the project is outlined with visual
This fun little project can be used as a project in class or as an independent project. This project will ask students to research their assigned colony and use the information to create a Power Point and a shoebox float highlighting their colony's
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, World History
This audience participation guide is designed to go with the project, "American Colonies Project (including Jamestown, St. Augustine, & Quebec)". This guide allows students to stay engaged while classmates present their project.