This Smart Board lesson is about Reconstruction in the South. It focuses on South Carolina in particular. The lesson covers changes in government, new rights of African Americans, and a review at the end of the lesson.
This lesson is 9 slides long.
Bookmarks to give out on parent night. Encourage reading at home from the very beginning!
The quote on the bookmarks is from Jacqueline Kennedy - "There are many little ways to enlarge your child's world. Love of books is the best of all."
When a student misses a day, I like to keep track of all the work they missed by writing what we did for each subject and clipping it to their makeup work. My kids like the robots in the corner and are always amazed by how much work we do in a day!
My students are always changing how they get home. To keep it straight, I made these simple signs for my room.
I post these in my classroom with a ribbon hanging below each one. Every morning, students "check in" by moving a clothespin with their
Print on cardstock and put on a student's desk before they come to school on their birthday. My students also know this note means a trip to my special birthday treasure basket :)
Each page contains four cards.