Engage your students in this year-long activity: at the end of each lesson, give them a question as a homework. This question will be corrected at the beginning of the next lesson. Easy, isn't it?With these questions, you will be able to give them cultural basics about the English speaking world, in different fields: history, geography (capitals), the UK, the USA, literature and music.The .zip file contains 6 pdf (one for each category).
This is an 11 page booklet to teach the Bill of Rights. There is space on each page for students to write or illustrate each amendment. You can use the included information to teach the students about the Bill of Rights. There are also websites listed at the bottom of this page. I give students the booklets one page at a time as we discuss the amendments. They are to draw a picture describing each amendment. You could also have students write what the amendment means.
It can be a challenge to find time in the day to teach social studies, let alone prep for it! This Interdisciplinary Community and Diversity Unit is designed so you can teach it during your ELA block! There are 20 days of lesson plans including:-Read Alouds-Writing Activities-Science Experiments-Discussion questions -Craftivities and much more!Minimal prep is required for this unit plan!
This fun learning packet provides 42 pages of activities based on math and English language arts concepts. Students will learn about 14 different careers through the tools used by community helpers and math and English language arts applications such as writing, drawing, sequencing, counting, spelling, vocabulary, matching and alphabetizing.
Character Traits Word Map pack is perfect to use when undertaking a unit on character traits. 100 character traits word maps, graphics organizers are included in this pack. The templates are bright and colorful and are great to use when students are learning all about character traits, vocabulary, synonyms and definitions of words.
It can be a challenge to find time in the day to teach social studies, let alone prep for it! This Interdisciplinary Geography and Change Over Time Unit is designed so you can teach it during your ELA block! There are 26 days of lesson plans including: -Read Alouds -Writing Activities -Cooperative Learning Opportunities -Discussion questions - Projects -Craftivities and much more! Minimal prep is required for this unit plan! Just print and teach! Enjoy!
Wild, Wild West Careers, Volume I Westward Expansion and America in the 1800s Lesson plans and engaging activities for the following "careers:" Explorers (Lewis and Clark); Native American Chief; Frontiersman; Gold Miners; Pony Express Rider; Showmen; and Homesteader. 132 pages.
American Revolution Webquest Students - HS, MS and Homeschool will gain basic knowledge about the American Revolution by completing an internet-based worksheet. The American Revolution webquest uses an amazing virtual museum website by American Revolution Center.http://amrevmuseum.org/timeline/Click here to view the website.The webquest contains fifty-five questions and is a great way to introduce or review the key facts and events of the American Revolution.
Christopher Columbus 1492 A Literacy Unit For First Grade offers some history through an original poem/song. It includes: *Christopher Columbus, an original song (sang to "Yankee Doodle") *Student Printable Book *Vocabulary Cards (2 pages) *I Spied 8 Words!