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Integrating Social Studies into Literacy Routines

How to use Reader's Theaters to Integrate Social Studies and Language Arts

Want to use Reader's Theater to help integrate Social Studies and Language Arts! This blog post has some great tips for doing so.

Visiting Berlin on a budget

Visiting Berlin on a Budget – how to save money on sightseeing, museums and galleries, food and drink, city views and transport

Books about Modern Immigration and Immigrants

Books about Modern Immigration and Immigrants | The LogonautsCollection of picture books about recent US immigration and kids of immigrants.

Taking a break from study, research and writing reduces stress. Infographic offers some tips to keep calm when the pressure is on.

Taking a break from study, research and writing reduces stress. Infographic offers some tips to keep calm when the pressure is on.

How to Make a Lap Book - Photo examples and directions for a simple lap book. Blog post by Shelly Rees at Appletastic: Blossoming in Fifth Grade.

40 fluency passages for my third graders to practice next year. These passages will be what they take home as homework to read to their parents, or adult, every night. Fluency passages are nothing new, and I'm sure we all already use them. What makes these different is that I've integrated them with science and social studies.

Biography Reports

Biography Buddies - Students research a historical figure and write a biography about that person. The biography report is presented on a biography buddy. Very creative. Informational Writing | Informational Texts | Teaching Research | Technology in the Classroom | Teaching History | Cross-curricular Activities