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Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: Student Edition Level 2 Neighborhoods 2005 by HOUGHTON MIFFLIN http://smile.amazon.com/dp/0618423605/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_DLgCwb1FS4B1B

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Making map and buildings - use houses and signs from other posts. This would be a good project for peer tutoring activity - would have to span several sessions and could use it for teaching between growth spurts.

Mark making activity. Mark making ideas for early years. Homeschooling. Activities with cars. Toddlers. Learning through play

Invitation To Create- City Planner

Invitation To Create: City Planner. Open ended creative construction or building paper craft for kids. Great for fine motor development. Perfect for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and elementary students, and allows exploration of shapes and colors.

Snowy Science: Four Frosty Experiments. While you may not be able to take your students outside to actually play in the snow (although I always try to — it’s incredibly fun!), here are four scientific ways you can bring snow-play into your classroom. (Note: If you haven’t had a recent snowfall in your neighborhood — or any snow at all — you can do most of these activities with ice cubes instead. And the “faux snow” fourth activity is just for you!)