This sort is based on the support document for the 3rd grade South Carolina social studies standard 3-4.1.
It covers the six social classes in S.C. before the Civil War: elite, middle class, lower class, independent farmers, free African
This can be used in social studies interactive notebooks or to summarize students' learning.
It aligns with 4th grade South Carolina standard 4-1.3 about the technological, economic, and political factors that led to exploration of the New World.
This "I Have Who Has?" contains questions about the Land Bridge Theory as well as 5 Native American groups: Pacific Northwest, Southwest, Great Basin, Plains, and Eastern Woodlands.
It follows the 4th grade South Carolina standard 4-1.1 and 4-1.2,
In this sort, students cut out fact boxes based on the 5 major Native American groups: Eastern Woodlands, Plains, Great Basin, Southwest, and Pacific Northwest.
They then sort the facts under the categories homes, settlement, location, food,
These foldables can be used with social studies interactive notebooks. You can choose to print it one sided so students have to fill in the information, use the version with fill-in-the-blanks, or the completed version.
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This brochure is based on the 3rd grade South Carolina social studies standard 3-2.1 covering information about the Native American tribes Cherokee, Catawba, and Yemassee.
Print this front and back and use it for notetaking, a lesson summary, or as
This Civil War cloze activity is based on South Carolina 3rd grade standard 3-4.4. This covers the secession, Fort Sumter, Union blockade, H.L. Hunley, Robert Smalls, and Sherman's march
This can be used as a lesson summary or as a