50 states bulletin board with student-created brochures
Learning American History Through Movies #Homeschool @Jessica Watson
Interactive map of the 50 States. Students can drag and drop states and the nation's capital into their proper geographical locations.
but it can only work if people are NOT lazy & motivated enough to get up off their azzz to EARN it ................
Geography twister: make large map on a sheet and have the spinner be color coded and states painted in those colors. Borrow Sandy's projector?
Le globe 🌎
Interactive Notebook for social studies...great ideas here!
the socratic method
I LOVE THIS WEBSITE. So many fun computer activities for social studies/science
It's a Small World!
Lucky to Be in First!: It's a Small World!
Fabulous in Fourth!: Pick Up States ... Students dump out sticks and match capitals with states. Fun!
This list of 101 Social Studies Websites for Teachers is a great resource for US History, World History, Civics, government, geography, and more.
What Type of Learner Are You?
www.theultralinx.com.What Type of Learner Are You? This infographic and its visuals could be useful for helping ELLs identify the different types of learning styles, and possibly express to their teachers how they personally learn best, which in turn may help with differentiating their lessons.
Favorite Science and Social Studies Pins
Nesting cans to teach that your city is in a state is in U.S. is in North America is in the World! How awesome! That's a hard concept for awhile! :)