Social studies small group activities

Enhance learning in social studies with these engaging small group activities. Explore top ideas to make the subject come alive and encourage active participation.
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Hello Everyone! Hope you're having a joyfilled day!! I wanted to share my "Me and My Community" social studies mini unit with you. If you are one of my kiddos reading this, have mom or dad print it off for you and get busy!! :) We've done many of these activities already, but it is still a great summer time filler! The unit contains 30 pages of poems, drawing and writing activities, anchor chart activities, a mini book for kids to make, citizenship, community workers, map skill activities…

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As teachers {esp. k-3} we know how important "Making Words" activities are for our students. The manipulation of the letters and exploration of letter sounds and patterns are skills that all students need {and enjoy}. Which brings me to my next point...... My school is doing a huge "paper cut down" this next year and so we've been brainstorming ideas on how to save paper. Making words takes a new page of paper each time you do it! This folder cuts down on a lot of paper and is easy to make…

Natalie Hardman
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