I use this map to introduce the topic of pre-Columbia America. The map has the students identify the continents that the First Americans traveled across, the coordinates for famous pre-Columbian cities, and the location Beringia.
This is a bundle of all the maps I have in my TpT store, covering the Inca, Aztecs, and Maya. The maps cover the geography of Central America, South America, and North America. This also includes my worksheet covering the Inca quipu.
This worksheet helps students become familiar with the Inca Empire. It has students practice geography skills learned earlier in the year. they will work on latitude and longitude, as well as locating countries and oceans.
Students often read Accelerated Reader (AR) books without practicing reading skills. The purpose of this readers notebook is to make students think about what they are reading. This will help students understand the book before they take the test.
This packet is used as non-fiction resource. It was created to mimic a magazine. The text is about climate and geography, culture, food, and location of the Southwest Native Americans. Within the pages of the text, there are "quick checks," which
The RACE question answer strategy helps students attack extended response questions. It helps them understand how to answer a question and requires them to know how to break a question down.
RACE stands for "Recite the Question," "Answer the
A complete packet of work for the short novel "Diving Off the Edge," by Jake Maddox. It includes questions for each chapter, including a spot for the student to mark which QAR strategy (Question Answer Relationship) they used to answer each