Revolutionary War - American Revolution Causes - Interactive Notebook Unit
Road to the Revolutionary War - Students learn the events leading to the Revolutionary War by creating a timeline and adding foldables in their interactive notebooks in chronological order. My fifth grade students LOVED these activities! Perfect for grades 3-6!
Constitution Day Activities, Constitutional Amendments, Interactive Notebook
Constitution Amendments Interactive Notebook - In this printable U.S. Constitutional Amendments activity packet, students will color and cut out three lift the flap pages with nine constitutional amendments on each page. A separate word bank is also available for easy differentiation. Students read the amendment number on the flap and write (or paste) the correct, matching amendment summary underneath the flap.
American revolution: cool idea for asking kids to share their knowledge of history. Perfect for social studies teachers.
3 Branches of Government Interactive Notebook and Mini Unit
3 Branches of Government Interactive Notebook and Mini Unit. Love all the parts of this unit, especially the foldables and the bulletin board! Perfect for upper elementary and middle school!
Constitution Day Interactive Notebook and Mini Unit
Constitution and Preamble Interactive Notebook and Mini Unit. Perfect for Constitution Day! My class will LOVE everything about this unit, including the mini booklet, the Constitution foldable, and the Preamble Puzzle. Can't wait to use the bulletin board, either!
10 Ways To Be A Great Student Chart
Nice little chart.
Here's the man in the middle of US map. This is a good tool to help students remember where these midwestern states are located.
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Your Fantastic Elastic Brain
Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? Your Fantastic Elastic Brain by JoAnn Deak is a perfect segue for teaching your students the power of growth mindset. Conceptually, these ideas are perfect for any level, but this literature unit was created for 2nd-6th graders in mind. Infused with reflections, challenges (including a STEM challenge), and opportunities to identify and clarify growth mindset vs fixed mindset, your students are sure to learn and have a great deal of fun!