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Branches of Government anchor chart and ideas for teaching government to elementary students

Branches of Government anchor chart and ideas for teaching government to elementary students

Here's a foldable on the branches of government.  Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf

Here's a foldable on the branches of government. Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf

School Time Snippets: Guess the Emotion Game. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

School Time Snippets: Guess the Emotion Game. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

Worksheets You Can Print to Build Social Skills: Nice Words Word Search

Worksheets You Can Print to Build Social Skills

In case some have forgotten what each branch is "supposed" to do, according to the Constitution: Branches of government

In case some have forgotten what each branch is "supposed" to do, according to the Constitution: Branches of government

Long Ago & Now unit helps students understand how their lives relate to things and events long ago. includes: compare and contrast artifacts long ago & today, nonfiction article, family tree, grandparent (or older relative) interview, and a timeline. Teaching social studies has never been more fun!

Long Ago & Now Social Studies Unit

Long Ago & Now unit helps students understand how their lives relate to things and events long ago. includes: compare and contrast artifacts long ago & today, nonfiction article, family tree, grandparent (or older relative) interview, and a timeline. Teaching social studies has never been more fun!

This behavior chart is great for students to use a hands on method, as well as individualized choice to decide what he or she would like to work on. Four items is a reasonable number, in which students can make significant improvement without feeling like they are trying to focus on too many things at once.

Social Skills Printables for Students with Autism & Similar Special Needs

This behavior chart is great for students to use a hands on method, as well as individualized choice to decide what he or she would like to work on. Four items is a reasonable number, in which students can make significant improvement without feeling like they are trying to focus on too many things at once.

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