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  • Drawing the Line-Global Theme Park Design (Grades 4-6) cover

    Drawing the Line-Global Theme Park Design (Grades 4-6)

    GoTeachGo
    144 Pages, Grades 4 - 6
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    Drawing the Line-Global Theme Park Design (Grades 4-6)

    Everyone loves a good thrill ride. Students will enter the ever-exciting world of theme parks as they research and design one of their own, based on cultures and sites from all around the world. 10-12 week Project Based Learning unit.As the students go through the process of researching their themes and translating the essence of the cultures of their global picks into a compact experience, they develop a much deeper understanding of what makes us different and what makes us the same. In the design process, students will give their math skills a good brush up as they design-to-scale a model to present to the "Tourism Board".


     
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    Mapping Rivers

    Cavendish Square Publishing
    32 Pages, Grades 4 - 8
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    Mapping Rivers

    Mapping Our World introduces students to maps and teaches essential mapping skills. The series explores the major landforms, along with the sky and cities, to explain how to use and interpret maps and why maps are important. Each book features an opening spread that identifies the features on a map - including the scale, key, compass rose, and lines of latitude and longitude - and how to use them.


     
  • One Nation, Many Peoples: Western Europe cover

    One Nation, Many Peoples: Western Europe

    Knowledge Unlimited
    33 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Western Europe

    The lessons in this unit focus on the immigrants who came to the United States from Ireland, Scandinavia, Italy, Greece, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, and the U.K. It explores the historical reasons for this immigration, the experiences immigrants had when they arrived, and the prejudices they faced in the United States. The unit includes a historical overview; a recipe, craft projects, and other activities; research and essay topics; and primary sources. It also includes blackline masters for timeline, map, and other reproducible research activities.


     
  • One Nation, Many Peoples: Africa cover

    One Nation, Many Peoples: Africa

    Knowledge Unlimited
    29 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Africa

    Much of this unit focuses on the capture and forced immigration of West Africans for slave labor in the U.S.. The unit explores this painful history and the rich cultural traditions that Africans brought with them and that grew out of these traditions. The research and essay topics also examine the Great Migration, when millions of African Americans moved from the Southern to the Northern U.S., as well as African immigration today. The unit includes a historical overview; a recipe, craft projects, and other activities; research and essay topics; and primary sources. It also includes blackline masters for timeline, map, and other reproducible research activities.


     
  • 40 Fabulous Social Studies Activities cover

    40 Fabulous Social Studies Activities

    Scholastic
    64 Pages, Grades 2 - 3
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    40 Fabulous Social Studies Activities

    Reading, writing, and research have never been more fun than with this unique collection of flexible, easy-to-make projects. Students simply follow step-by-step directions to create engaging banners, collages, dioramas, quilts, scrolls, hangers, and a variety of book formats - including shape, zipper, flip, accordion-fold, and shutter books - and much more! Projects add a fun, meaningful dimension to learning and can be used with any Social Studies topic. Perfect for students of all learning styles!


     
  • One Nation, Many Peoples: Southeast Asia cover

    One Nation, Many Peoples: Southeast Asia

    Knowledge Unlimited
    30 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Southeast Asia

    This unit focuses on immigration from the Philippines, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia - including Hmong immigration. It explores the historical reasons for this immigration and the experiences immigrants had when they arrived in the United States. The unit includes a historical overview; a recipe, a craft project, and other activities; research and essay topics; and original primary sources. It also includes blackline masters for timeline, map, and other reproducible research activities.


     
  • One Nation, Many Peoples: South Asia and the Middle East cover

    One Nation, Many Peoples: South Asia and the ...

    Knowledge Unlimited
    27 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: South Asia and the Middle East

    This unit focuses mainly on immigration from India, Pakistan, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, and Palestine. It explores the historical reasons for this immigration and the experiences immigrants had when they arrived in the United States. The unit includes a historical overview; a recipe and other activities; research and essay topics; and original primary sources. It also includes blackline masters for timeline, map, and other reproducible research activities.


     
  • One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration in the News cover

    One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration in the News

    Knowledge Unlimited
    1 Page, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration in the News

    This activity connects immigration history to current events in the news. The reproducible worksheet asks students to research a current news story that connects to a group that has emigrated to the U.S.—either recently or sometime in history.


     
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    Mapping Towns and Cities

    Cavendish Square Publishing
    32 Pages, Grades 4 - 8
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    Mapping Towns and Cities

    Mapping Our World introduces students to maps and teaches essential mapping skills. The series explores the major landforms, along with the sky and cities, to explain how to use and interpret maps and why maps are important. Each book features an opening spread that identifies the features on a map - including the scale, key, compass rose, and lines of latitude and longitude - and how to use them.


     
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    Mapping the Sky

    Cavendish Square Publishing
    32 Pages, Grades 4 - 8
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    Mapping the Sky

    Mapping Our World introduces students to maps and teaches essential mapping skills. The series explores the major landforms, along with the sky and cities, to explain how to use and interpret maps and why maps are important. Each book features an opening spread that identifies the features on a map - including the scale, key, compass rose, and lines of latitude and longitude - and how to use them.


     
  • One Nation, Many Peoples: Eastern Europe cover

    One Nation, Many Peoples: Eastern Europe

    Knowledge Unlimited
    29 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Eastern Europe

    This unit looks at immigrants from Russia, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Poland, the Balkan States, and the Baltic States, as well as Jewish immigrants at the turn of the 20th century. It explores the historical reasons for this immigration, the experiences immigrants had when they arrived, and the prejudices they faced in the United States. The unit includes a historical overview; a recipe and other activities; research and essay topics; and primary sources, including an account original to this guide. It also includes blackline masters for timeline, map, and other reproducible research activities. A thought-provoking unit on early U.S. immigration.


     
  • 40 Fabulous Social Studies Activities (Enhanced eBook) cover

    40 Fabulous Social Studies Activities (Enhanced eBook)

    Scholastic
    64 Pages, Grades 2 - 3
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    40 Fabulous Social Studies Activities (Enhanced eBook)

    Reading, writing, and research have never been more fun than with this unique collection of flexible, easy-to-make projects. Students simply follow step-by-step directions to create engaging banners, collages, dioramas, quilts, scrolls, hangers, and a variety of book formats - including shape, zipper, flip, accordion-fold, and shutter books - and much more! Projects add a fun, meaningful dimension to learning and can be used with any Social Studies topic. Perfect for students of all learning styles!This enhanced eBook gives you the freedom to copy and paste the content of each page into the format that fits your needs. You can post lessons on your class website, make student copies, and more.


     
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration in the US

    Knowledge Unlimited
    152 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration in the US

    This comprehensive resource guide is divided into eight sections: East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia and the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Africa, the Caribbean, and Mexico and Central America. Each unit includes a historical overview of immigration patterns from that region; research and essay topics; crafts, projects, and recipes; and a wealth of primary sources - many of which were are original to this book. The book also includes blackline masters for timeline, map, and other reproducible research activities that can be used with all eight units. This book provides an engaging way to explore and honor the rich and diverse cultures and histories that make up the U.S.


     
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: East Asia

    Knowledge Unlimited
    28 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: East Asia

    This unit focuses on the immigrants to the U.S. from China, Korea, and Japan. It explores the reasons people emigrated, as well as the prejudices they met when they arrived. The unit includes a historical overview; a recipe, a craft project, and other activities; research and essay topics; and primary source documents. It also includes blackline masters for a timeline, map, and other reproducible research activities. A thought-provoking unit on early U.S. immigration.


     
  • Map Components - Which Way to the Pencil Sharpener? Hands-On Activity cover

    Map Components - Which Way to the Pencil ...

    Teacher Created Materials Today
    7 Pages, Grades 3 - 8
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    Map Components - Which Way to the Pencil Sharpener? Hands-On Activity

    Make geography fun and interactive to motivate your students. Encourage teamwork, creativity, reflection, and decision making. Take an active approach to teaching while inspiring your students to make their own explorations of geography. This fun activity generates excitement in students as they learn about map components.


     
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration Timeline

    Knowledge Unlimited
    6 Pages, Grades 4 - 12
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    One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration Timeline

    This engaging research activity includes a blackline master timeline spanning the years 1600-2000 B.C.E., along with reproducible icons representing important events to place in those 400 years. This timeline activity can be used with any historical era your class is studying, with room for students to place the crucial immigration events in historical context.