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Native American Unit - This Native American Unit provides informational text and comprehension activities for 7 NATIVE AMERICAN REGIONS IN NORTH AMERICA. No textbook is needed to complete the activities and project. Each unit is now sold separately. 1. EASTERN WOODLANDS2. SOUTHEAST3. GREAT PLAINS4. SOUTHWEST5. NORTHWEST COAST6. ARCTIC 7. GREAT BASINDo you teach several regions, but not all 7? See below for different versions.PRINTABLE VERSION: What is included? ✓ COVER PAGE for notes or folder
Your students will love learning primary social studies content with this interactive notebook. This interactive notebook provides a fun and easy way to revisit and review new social studies learning. This resource includes 50 interactive projects, book recommendations, large pictures of each project with teacher directions, and a hyperlinked table of contents. It is distance learning friendly with each project saved as an individual pdf document that you can quickly upload to platforms like Goo
Patriotic Soldier Collaboration Poster. This year, do a project that your kids won’t soon forget! This activity is so much fun because, in the end, you will have a very large (approx. 28” x 35”) poster to display in your classroom, hallway, or front entryway, to honor our soldiers on Memorial Day, Armed Forces Day, and/or Veterans Day. Also, along the way, students will work together as a group to create this beautiful tribute.***THIS IS THE AMERICAN DESIGN***Also available:British DesignCanadia
Main ideas and supporting details are HARD concepts, especially if you are stuck reading a long, boring article.] So, when introducing main idea to my ‘BIG’ 5th graders it had to be interactive. In this hands-on resource, students work in pairs to differentiated between the topic, main idea, and supporting details. This is a fantastic activity for modeling what main ideas, topics, and supporting details look and sound like. Additionally, this hands-on ‘game’ is a perfect transition into students
Grades:
4th - 6th
CCSS:
Every year, I struggle with what to say to my students on September 11th. I don't want to scare or depress them, but I know they hear about it. I want to be the one to remind them of the heroes and hope that September 11th brought.This paper bag book includes four different stories of heroism. Students will put the sort in their book and then illustrate a picture for the story.This is great informational text reading comprehension practice but more importantly I am able to give students another
Grades:
1st - 5th

Also included in: Paper Bag Book Bundle

Colony Unit This comprehensive colonial unit includes all the information needed to teach colonization in your classroom. No textbook is needed! It includes well-crafted informational text and activities in chronological order. It is now available in GOOGLE, POWERPOINT AND PDF. DISTANCE LEARNING:COLONIAL UNIT TEACHER PDF: Plans, study guides, crafts, printables, answer keys and links for GOOGLE.COLONIAL UNIT TEXT AND ACTIVITIES: Google Slides AND Powerpoint with everything from the printable PD
This BEST SELLING interactive and engaging resource will help your students learn all about our 3 branches of U.S. government! These 3 branches of government activities will not only have your students learning the importance of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches, they’ll also be learning about check and balances in detail.This 3 branches of government resource has over 80+ pages full of fun and engaging activities to help your students become government scholars. I also love the
In this engaging 13 Colonies activity on the Lost Colony of Roanoke, students engage in a CSI investigation to determine the fate of the Lost Colonists! This is an ideal resource for any unit on the 13 Colonies. Students work individually or in groups to examine possible theories that explain the fate of the Lost Colony at Roanoke. Students will read through 6 possible scenarios, analyzing a variety of questions from a variety of disciplines in an attempt to uncover what truly happened to sett
Interactive Notebooks are all the rage in Language Arts and Math classrooms. (And rightfully so, they're awesome!). It's time we bring them to Social Studies! This kit will help you jazz up some of your geography/history/government/economics lessons and make them engaging and FUN! The 100+ activities and printables in this kit are perfect for the "Reflection" side of the INB. They are super easy to incorporate into any lesson plan. They can easily be used in most grade levels and topics of study
Grades:
5th - 9th
Finding nonfiction materials at an appropriate level for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day for young students is always difficult!! With that thought in mind, I created this little book about Martin Luther King for MLK Day in kindergarten (or first grade) classrooms!! This book has one fact per page with illustrations to support young readers. Many sight words are used to support early readers as they begin to read nonfiction text. Title Page: Martin Luther King, Jr. Page 2: Martin Luther King, Jr.
If you are looking to teach the US Constitution in a fun and engaging way, then you will want to check out our Constitution Detectives activity! Reading and understanding the US Constitution can be difficult for students. This detective activity is perfect to help your class dig into what the Constitution is really about. Through this resource, students will leave with a deeper understanding of the three branches of government and how our democracy works.Students will be learning about key vocab
Teaching your kindergarten & first graders about the presidents in our history? Grab these presidential timelines specific for George Washington & Abe Lincoln! You are getting both! Each timeline has four events; just enough for young children in kindergarten & first grade to sequence/order. It's a great activity after reading any age appropriate presidential biography on either Washington and/or Lincoln. The Washington Timeline:He measured land.He got married.He was an Army General.
In this Declaration of Independence primary source resource for the American Revolution, students complete an engaging scavenger hunt activity to understand the Declaration of Independence. Students work in teams or individually (I'd recommend teams in middle school) to complete this Declaration of Independence activity. There are 32 questions that students will be responsible for hunting down. There are two versions in this purchase to easily allow for differentiation: one provides questions
SEPTEMBER 11th Classroom Collaboration Poster: Each student colors one portion of the poster that, when put together, says, "September 11 Never Forget." Each piece of the poster has colors assigned to it and is in my Pop Art pattern style. This poster includes many variations to accommodate different class sizes and to accommodate primary and secondary teachers.My collaboration posters make excellent bulletin board displays and door decorations.You may also like my Patriotic Agamographs.Poster O
This extensive REVOLUTIONARY WAR BUNDLE is 3 units combined! ★ Revolutionary War Causes- Road to Revolution★ Revolutionary War Battles and Events★ Revolutionary War PeoplePLUS an added POSTER PROJECT AND INFORMATIONAL TEXT BOOKLETS!!!There are detailed lesson plans that take you through 8 weeks of teaching the Revolutionary War. Having it bundled together, you save, save, save! There is no need for a textbook. With all the informational text, teaching slides or posters, variety of activities/sk
Constitution Day printable reader with two versions of the book for differentiation and three comprehension checks - one asking for complete sentence answers, one for them to circle their answers and a true/false response. There are also cute certificates - for completion of the book. Please preview to see the entire set.☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆This is the THIRD book in a 2nd BUNDLE (now complete) of printable readers for guided reading. Link for the bundle is below. There is already one bundle
**Christopher Columbus Day- Early Reader Kindergarten and First Grade** Finding materials for Columbus Day for young students is always difficult!! With that thought in mind, I created this little book for Columbus Day in kindergarten (or first grade) classrooms!! It would be great to use for browsing boxes, independent reading, guided reading groups, or Read to Self. This book has one fact per page with illustrations to support young readers. Many sight words are used to support early readers
Interactive notebooks are widely used in classroom. If you were to walk in mine today, you would see interactive notebooks for reading, math, and science. The purpose behind these notebooks is to keep students organized and assist in synthesizing lessons taught. It’s common to see vocabulary, notes, graphic organizers, and reflections. Overall, interactive notebooks is one of many important components to promote student learning! I created this journal to meet my district expectations of a stu
Grades:
K - 2nd
Take a step back to Colonial America with these 13 Colonies activities. Students will enjoy learning about life in 13 Colonies with this COMPLETE unit that includes leveled reading passages, organizers, map activities, unit test, a flipbook, hands-on activities, vocabulary posters, and so much more! There are reading passages and activities for the three different regions. The passages focus on each region related to people, natural resources, climate, daily life, crops, houses, schooling, and e
Explorers Unit filled with informational text, activities, project, and assessments! This Explorers Unit has its own Informational Text on 8 explorers! It was divided up into two Explorer units in chronological order to make the content easier for your students to learn. It is now available in GOOGLE, POWERPOINT AND PDF. DISTANCE LEARNING:EXPLORERS UNIT TEACHER PDF: Plans, study guides, crafts, printables, answer keys and links for GOOGLE.EXPLORERS UNIT TEXT AND ACTIVITIES: Google Slides AND Po
This patriotic writing activity and craft makes a memorable pennant banner for service men and women in your community as we celebrate Patriot Day, Veteran's Day or any patriotic celebration. String the banner together and hang this craft in your classroom or send it off to those that help protect and defend our country. The pennants include a back side writing portion to write a letter or writing of your choice.Connect with Me!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecreativeclassroom/Facebook:
This Civil War unit will help your students fall in love with history. The 15 lessons are interactive and thorough. Even better, I’ve made it as easy as possible for teachers to implement. Why I created this unit1. I believe that social studies should be your students’ favorite part of the day.2. Teachers deserve excellent social studies resources (Can someone please tell our school districts?)3. Planning complete units is tedious and time-consuming (um... I won’t even tell you how many months
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Grades:
5th - 8th
DaisyDoggy presents: "Three Branches of Government Tree Craft Activity + Flipbook." This craft activity is a great way to introduce, teach, or assess student's understanding of the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government. Once all pieces of the tree are colored and cut out, the tree is easily assembled by gluing each set of "leaves" to its corresponding lined counterpart. This allows for students to lift up the leaves to reveal what they have learned about each branch. In a
The local community serves as the focal point for third grade as students begin to understand how their communities have changed over time and to make comparisons with communities in other places. The study of local history comes alive through the use of artifacts and documents.This is the PRINTABLE VERSION, the DIGITAL VERSION is available here.In this unit you will find:• Then and Now Interview Assignment: Students will interview an adult about the past and answer questions about their own lif

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