This is a four day unit dealing with primary and secondary sources. This unit is ready to use and does not require additional materials. Our students loved it!
Primary and Secondary Sources
This is a four day mini unit on primary and secondary
Students create a totem pole that reflects their life and who they are. This lesson is connected to Native Americans of The West and Pacific Northwest. After reading and learning about the tribes of the Pacific Northwest, West and Alaska, students
Social Studies - History, Native Americans, Other (Social Studies - History)
Want a fun and quick way to learn about the Age of Exploration and its famous explorers? Well, this lesson allows students to learn about the famous explorers of the Age of Exploration by creating baseball cards about them. Students will use their
This is a hands on activity which allows students to demonstrate their knowledge and practice relative location. Little prep time is needed on your part. The students run this activity. This is one lesson the students always remember as one of
This is a printable poster that could be used daily in the classroom to obtain formative assessment from your students. There are 30 slots on the printable poster each the size of a traditional post it. With evaluations changing, this is a perfect
This is a set of cards you can cut out and laminate to use in the classroom. They have letters A through D, True/False, Yes/No, and Work Progress Identifiers on them. They can be used in any grade level, in every subject, and for any curriculum.
These are mini posters to hang in your classroom. They help the students prepare for the beginning and end of the day independently. Teachers have commented on how helpful and useful these mini posters are. Students are observed each day viewing
Students will use a chart to compare and contrast the different regions of Native Americans that lived in the United States. The chart allows students to observe and analyze the many tribes that lived in the United States. For example, after
Social Studies - History, Native Americans, Geography