Free - Map Adventures, with 7 lessons, is appropriate for grades K-3. Students will learn basic concepts for visualizing objects from different perspectives and how to understand /and use maps. Be sure to grab the free 15 printables here too that go along with these 7 lesson plans.    http://egsc.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/teachers-packets/mapadventures/repro.html

Free - Map Adventures, with 7 lessons, is appropriate for grades K-3. Students will learn basic concepts for visualizing objects from different perspectives and how to understand /and use maps. Be sure to grab the free 15 printables here too that go along with these 7 lesson plans. http://egsc.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/teachers-packets/mapadventures/repro.html

Go Social Studies Go is like a Swiss army knife of learning. As a teacher, I have spent years scouring the web for quality links and info for my history classes. Go Social Studies Go brings all that to you in one easy to read format. The core of GSSG is that the information is written to the student not at them. Throw in some fun links, cool videos, interactive quizzes, and allow them to investigate and you've got some pretty powerful info.

Go Social Studies Go is like a Swiss army knife of learning. As a teacher, I have spent years scouring the web for quality links and info for my history classes. Go Social Studies Go brings all that to you in one easy to read format. The core of GSSG is that the information is written to the student not at them. Throw in some fun links, cool videos, interactive quizzes, and allow them to investigate and you've got some pretty powerful info.

Technology is a great way to engage students in the learning. These free number sense technology tools help students develop deep understanding of numbers.

Technology is a great way to engage students in the learning. These free number sense technology tools help students develop deep understanding of numbers.

These are continents in a box. I love the idea that children can explore the continent (looking through pictures of places, animals, people, etc).-- use w regions??

These are continents in a box. I love the idea that children can explore the continent (looking through pictures of places, animals, people, etc).-- use w regions??

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