This bundle includes 30 resources from veteran elementary teachers to make planning your social studies classes much easier! These resources have been used in classrooms worldwide with positive feedback about students’ engagement and learning while having fun. There is a variety of resources that can be used for a whole class, small group, and independent activities. This bundle will help newer teachers because you will have a variety of activities to pull from, and veteran teachers will benefit because you can add these resources to your existing curriculum. Resources include projects, escape rooms, close reading activities, bulletin boards, novel studies, inquiry-based activities, maps, and MORE!
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- Entrepreneur and Economics Unit – Open and Run a Business Project-Based – Valued $8
- Reading a Map Skill Activities-Valued $5
- Plan a Summer Vacation – Project Based Learning Math Research – Google Slides- Valued $ 7
- Branches of Government Social Studies Digital Escape Room – Valued $ 5
- Medieval Knights Color by Number – Close Reading & Text Marking – Middle Ages- Valued $5
- George Washington Text Marking Detective Mystery – Reading Passages- Valued- 5
- USA Landmarks & World Landmarks Interactive Bulletin Boards- Valued- $7
- Women’s Suffrage Bundle – Printable – Valued- $11
- The Hope Chest Novel Study – Valued $10
- Separate Is Never Equal Literature Study Valued- $5
- Grade 3 Social Studies Inquiry: Geography Valued- $6
- Causes of the American Revolution Valued- $5
- Creating the Constitution Valued $ 5
- Lewis and Clark Valued – $ 5
- United States Government Text and Activities Valued- $ 5
- Australia Lapbooks Information Report- States-animals-landmarks-currency Valued- $ 5
- Australian Democracy and levels of government Valued- $ 5
- England Research Project- PBL Valued $ 5
- World research project- Research your ideal holiday PBL Valued- $5
- Mayor for the Day Valued- $ 5
- Japan country study Valued- $6
- Visit Australia – N.S.W Valued- $5
- Why Should We Study History? Valued- $7
- Revolutionary War: Biography Summaries of the American Revolution- Value – $5
- Classonomics! A Classroom Economy Simulation- Value- $6
- Oregon Trail Activity & Informational Trail Guide – Independence to Chimney Rock- Value- $5
- American Revolution Leveled Passages Value- $6
- U.S. Presidents Informational Articles & Activity- $5
- Veterans Day Informational Close Reading Passage & Activities – $3
- Branches of Government Booklet – $3
- President Research Report Flip Book and Bulletin Board Display- $6
- United States Research Report and Bulletin Board Display- $8
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- President Research Report Flip Book and Bulletin Board Display- $6 These President Research Reports help simplify the researching and report writing process for young writers by including a specific research outline which helps students to know exactly what features to look for in their research. They will use this information to fill in a final report that is organized and thorough.
- United States Research Report and Bulletin Board Display– $8 This unit includes United States research activities, interactive notebook pages, and a bulletin board to display the states that have already been studied (or connect with a Postcard Exchange)
- U.S. Presidents Informational Articles & Activity Valued- $5 Your students will love reading about former presidents and summarizing with these engaging U.S. Presidents reading passages. As students read the articles, they will create a Presidential Yearbook that features each president.
- Veterans Day Informational Close Reading Passage & Activities – Valued $3 Looking for a way to bring social studies and science into your literacy block while you teach about Veterans Day? Students will do a close read about the history of Veterans Day, answer 10 multiple choice questions, then use graphic organizers to show what they’ve learned.
- Branches of Government Booklet – Valued $3 Teach your students about the three branches of government while creating an interactive book! Students will love coloring and writing in their own book to learn about the judicial, executive, and legislative branches.
- Entrepreneur and Economics Unit – Open and Run a Business Project-Based – Valued $7.50- Students learn about local businesses and how they can build their own small businesses with a business plan and marketing. This Open and Run a Business PBL unit includes differentiation, collaborative learning, technology, research, and 21st-century learning skills.
- National Parks Research Social Studies and Math Project-Based Learning – Valued $6.50- What a great time to visit a favorite U.S. National Park! Students will be given a budget to travel to the state of the national park, stay in a hotel or campsite, and pay for the cost of meals. In this PBL unit, they can view a PowerPoint of popular parks to help in deciding which one to research.
- Plan a Summer Vacation – Project Based Learning Math Research – Google Slides– Valued $ 7- Give your students an opportunity to plan their own dream summer vacation! Students are given a budget of $3000 and they plan a summer vacation to a destination of their choice. Decide how to will spend 5 days and nights on the dream vacation. This 21st Century project-based learning unit provides math, research, social studies, digital learning, and writing.
- Branches of Government Social Studies Digital Escape Room – Valued $ 5 -Your class has taken a trip to Washington D.C. to visit our nation’s capital and learn about the Branches of Government. In the digital escape room, you somehow get separated from your class, and have to travel to the different buildings of our Branches of Government. While doing this, you have to solve a series of puzzles, quizzes, and read passages to break open the locks.
- Medieval Knights Color by Number – Close Reading & Text Marking – Middle Ages- Valued $4.5 – Practice reading comprehension skills with this Medieval Knights Color by Number Close Reading Activity. Students will examine the non-fiction, informational text multiple times. This activity includes TWO options for students (individual coloring page or group collaborative poster).
- George Washington Text Marking Detective Mystery – Reading Passages– Valued- 5- With their George Washington Reading Passage in hand, students will move around the classroom answering questions, playing detective and finding clues to the case. This Text-Marking Detective Mystery has students using their reading passage multiple times searching for evidence to each of the 18 questions.
- USA Landmarks & World Landmarks Interactive Bulletin Boards- Valued- $6.50 These bulletin boards are ones that students will stop and look at to see if they guessed correctly. Included in this resource are 25 famous world & USA landmarks that each have a picture, a summary of the landmark, and the location shown on a map underneath. A large map with all of the locations will go on each bulletin board as well for your students to take a guess at the location and then open the cover of each landmark to see if they were correct.
- Women’s Suffrage Bundle – Valued- $11.00 – Students will read and respond about events surrounding 5 keys dates in the struggle for women to guarantee their right to vote. Students will also have opportunities to discuss the events, explore vocabulary terms, and use a QR code to explore beyond the content. Excellent flexibility whether presenting information to a whole group, in a center, or with pairs/triads.
- The Hope Chest Novel Study – Valued $10 – Valued- With over 80 pages of resources to help you, this product will give you everything you need to lead your students through a literature study of this densely-packed historical novel about the fight for the 19th Amendment in 1920 America. Engage your students in rich discussions, vocabulary, comprehension, character analysis, evidence gathering, prediction, and writing tasks. Excellent for literature circles or small group instruction in your upper elementary classroom.
- Separate Is Never Equal Literature Study Valued- $5 Teach your students about civil rights and the road to desegregation that started with the Mendez Family. Separate Is Never Equal gives students an in-depth look at the Mendez Family (told through the eyes of daughter Sylvia) and their fight for desegregation of California schools in 1944.”Perfect for introducing a Hispanic figure and read about her story. The activities are relevant to the story and engaging.
- Grade 3 Social Studies Inquiry: Geography Valued- $6.00 This resource contains everything you will need to lead your third grade students through an Inquiry about Geography. The compelling question is: Why Do People Migrate? Use a lapbook and powerpoint to guide your students through the Compelling Question, three Supporting Questions, and a Summative Performance Task. Include original texts, vocabulary support, and written responses. Will work with any unit about human settlement and movement.
- Causes of the American Revolution Valued- $5 This social studies lesson contain information to be used as an introduction to the events that led the colonists and Great Britain to the American Revolution. This packet outlines the road Great Britain paved to the Revolution against the colonists. This eleven-page packet includes comprehension questions to ensure understanding. This lesson can be used alone or with additional activities depending on time.
- Creating the Constitution Valued $ 5 Teach your students how our government was formed with this lesson that details how the Articles of Confederation failed, the need for the Constitutional Convention, the formation of the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Each section contains close reading and assessment questions to determine comprehension. There is also an extended writing piece that asks students to analyze the information learned within the packet.
- Lewis and Clark Valued – $ 5 Allow your students to better understand the explorers Lewis and Clark with this fun web activity. Students will use the digital activity to search for information on the Louisiana Purchase, Sacagawea, Thomas Jefferson, and the Oregon Trail. Your students will record their answers and be assessed with a rubric.
- Australia Lapbooks Information Report- States-animals-landmarks-currency Valued- $ 5 Engage your students with these creative mini themed projects based on a range of aspects of Australian culture and the country itself. A great way to meet research standards and connect social studies and ELA writing standards
- Australian Democracy and levels of government Valued- $ 5 What is the system of Government in AUSTRALIA? Who rules Australia? What does democracy mean?
- England Research Project- PBL Valued $ 5 Plan your perfect holiday to England with this research tool This planning activity was made for use with google-earth and integrated for use with a variety of presentation tools for final display of project material. Planning sheets and guides included.
- World research project- Research your ideal holiday PBL Valued- $5 Plan your perfect holiday with this research tool This planning activity was made for use with google-earth and integrated for use with a variety of presentation tools for final display of project material. Marking rubric, planning sheets and guides included.
- Mayor for the Day Valued- $ 5 Let your students run a campaign to be Mayor for the day! Students look at how they can help the local community and give back in the school environment.
- Japan country study Valued- $5.50 An interactive notebook or lapbook template to help students research about Japan. These are perfect for class displays and parent nights.
- Visit Australia – N.S.W Valued- $5 Explore Australia and N.S.W with these fun activities and research projects. Students research and plan their day to visit tourist attractions. It also includes a range of worksheets for fast finishers.
- Why Should We Study History? Valued- $6.5 “Why do we have to study history?” is a question almost every single history teacher gets from students. To help answer this question, I created a series of engaging activities to help students understand the purpose, and importance, of studying our history. This resource is a perfect beginning-of-the-year activity to anticipate and frontload the importance of studying history!
- Revolutionary War: Biography Summaries of the American Revolution- Value – $5 Help your students learn about the American Revolution through the influential people that contributed to the War. With these Historical Biography Summaries, students will enjoy studying about the past through researching and documenting some of history’s greats.
- Classonomics! A Classroom Economy Simulation- Value- $6 Classonomics is an interactive classroom economy that will boost student engagement and help reinforce the major concepts of a market economy. Create your very own classroom economy with this social studies simulation.
- Oregon Trail Activity & Informational Trail Guide – Independence to Chimney Rock- Value- $5 This travel guide is a visual and informational resource to help your students better understand the beginnings of the Oregon Trail. This particular guide starts at Independence, Missouri and ends at Chimney Rock. It includes stunning visuals, real emigrant quotes, trail maps, and more!
- American Revolution Leveled Passages Value- $6 Easily integrate literacy with your social studies instruction with these 11 original informational passages about important people of the American Revolution. This pack is written on the 4th grade level and includes comprehension questions for each passage and puzzles for early finishers.
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