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This is the end of the unit project following a 9 part hands-on unit study on the 50 States. Perform a play about the fifty states while enjoying...

This is the end of the unit project following a 9 part hands-on unit study on the 50 States. Perform a play about the fifty states while enjoying...

Culture Around the World Project-Free Info Sheets, Research Paper and Rubric

Culture Around the World Project-Free Info Sheets, Research Paper and Rubric

This clever twist on the classic cootie catcher tests your knowledge of the first 10 amendments. Can you guess the rights behind each amendment? #DIY #July4th

This clever twist on the classic cootie catcher tests your knowledge of the first 10 amendments. Can you guess the rights behind each amendment? #DIY #July4th

This geography workjob for social studies is called "I know my regions" and would be great to use in a unit covering regions of the United States. This could be done with lessons on global areas and discussing different types of regions. This is intended for 2nd grade. I used contact & construction paper, folder organizer, dry erase marker, napkin for erasing, U.S maps on google, and a laminated United States map. This is a great extension activity for students who finish early & in small…

This geography workjob for social studies is called "I know my regions" and would be great to use in a unit covering regions of the United States. This could be done with lessons on global areas and discussing different types of regions. This is intended for 2nd grade. I used contact & construction paper, folder organizer, dry erase marker, napkin for erasing, U.S maps on google, and a laminated United States map. This is a great extension activity for students who finish early & in small…

Regions Unit--students spend one week traveling through each of the four main regions of the United States - the Northeast, South, Midwest, and West during the unit.  While in each region, students learn about its people, weather, history, traditions, landmarks, etc.  They create scrapbooks of photographs and souvenirs from each stop on the tour. (Such a great idea!)

Regions Unit--students spend one week traveling through each of the four main regions of the United States - the Northeast, South, Midwest, and West during the unit. While in each region, students learn about its people, weather, history, traditions, landmarks, etc. They create scrapbooks of photographs and souvenirs from each stop on the tour. (Such a great idea!)

After learning about land forms students can better visualize them by coloring a chart to keep with them.

After learning about land forms students can better visualize them by coloring a chart to keep with them.

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