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Explorer\'s Unit and Notebook Pages. Use these biography notebooking pages with the book Explorers Who Got Lost, and all of the explorers in TruthQuest Renaissance, Reformation and Exploration.

Let's go back to the time of early European exploration!!!A nine section extension menu for students to use when studying Early European Explor...

Early Explorers Extension Menu with Research-Based Activities

Let's go back to the time of early European exploration!A nine section extension menu for students to use when studying Early European Explor.

Early European Explorations of North America Comparison Chart - Explorers    Topics included are the country sailed for, what did they discover or explore, the years of exploration, the reason for exploration and the impact they had.    Explorers covered are Christopher Columbus, Hernan Cortes, Hernando de Soto, Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, Jacques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, John Cabot, Henry Hudson, Amerigo Vespucci, John White.

Early European Explorations of North America Comparison Chart

A few classroom activities/projects to get the kids thinking about early European Exploration.  A flipbook on reasons for exploring and a map for sea monsters with descriptive writing.

America Discovered -A few classroom activities/projects to get the kids thinking about early European Exploration. A flipbook on reasons for exploring and a map for sea monsters with descriptive writing.

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This is an activity packet that teachers can use when students are learning about early explorers. This is a great resource to use in the classroom because it gives teachers ideas of what activities to use!

The Age of Exploration Interactive Notebook featuring famous explorers and trade routes. My students love creating these notebooks!

Exploration and Trade Routes Interactive Notebook

The Age of Exploration Interactive Notebook featuring famous explorers and trade routes. My students love creating these notebooks! {More on Trading

We have fun reviewing the world explorers by playing a game....much like "Guess Who?" by Hasbro.  Explorer Game for Two Players | Line upon Line Learning

A Memorable Two-Player World Explorers Game for Learning and Review

Ms. Winston's Blog: Explorer's Lapbook - 3rd grade. make to fit grade?

Explorer Lapbook Cover As you can see I love teaching Social Studies. up until this year in grade I taught S. to two classes whi.

Students will learn about early explorers with Informational Articles and Interactive Activities geared for 2-5th-grade students. It includes information on the following European explorers: John Cabot, Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Juan Ponce de Leon, Christopher Columbus, Henry Hudson, Jacques Cartier.

Early European Explorers #1: Cabot, Balboa, de Soto, Columbus, Hudson, Cartier

Students will learn about history through active learning while having additional practice reading and writing.

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