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Classroom Activities- Literacy / Me on the Map projects.might be the cutest thing I 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Science, Social Science, Teaching Tools, Teaching Maps, Teaching Geography, Teaching Ideas

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My professional life before blogs & Pinterest seems like a long, long ago, dark, desperate time. I've been thinking a lot recently about ho...

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British Columbia Kindergarten Social Studies I love this glyph.id love to post it without names so parents had to guess their own family.trying to think which story would go best with this glyph. Preschool Family Theme, Preschool Crafts, Preschool Rules, Math Classroom, Classroom Activities, Classroom Setup, Kindergarten Teachers, Craft Activities, Preschool Social Studies

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This is wonderful visual activity for students to see the similarities and differences between types of communities. By incorporating pictures that relate to the different communities, visual learners will pick up on those picture cues as well. Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Writing Activities, Social Studies Communities, Types Of Communities, Communities Unit, City Vs Country, Country Life

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I just found this great comparison lesson from Life in First Grade . I love to use venn diagrams when comparing things with students. I thin...

Hello Everyone! Hope you're having a joyfilled day! I wanted to share my Me and My Community social studies mini unit with you. Hello Everyone! Hope you're having a joyfilled day! I wanted to share my Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Kindergarten Curriculum, Space Activities, Teaching Activities, Classroom Activities

Me and My Community

Hello Everyone! Hope you're having a joyfilled day!! I wanted to share my "Me and My Community" social studies mini unit with you. If you are one of my kiddos reading this, have mom or dad print it off for you and get busy!! :) We've done many of these activities already, but it is still a great summer time filler! The unit contains 30 pages of poems, drawing and writing activities, anchor chart activities, a mini book for kids to make, citizenship, community workers, map skill activities…

Simply Skilled in Second: Rural, Urban, and Suburban Communities = FUN! Social Studies Projects, 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Geography Activities, Primary Teaching, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas

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Guided Reading and Guided Math can easily be implemented in your classroom with the right tools and training to streamline the lesson planning process and deliver rigorous and engaging small group reading and math instruction.

This foldable helps your students tell the differences between rural, suburban, and urban areas.Good idea to recreate Social Studies Communities, Communities Unit, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Classroom Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Community

Rural, Suburb, Urban Areas Foldable and Activities

This foldable helps your students tell the differences between rural, suburban, and urban areas. Fun stuff!

I love this activity! Its calls "Me on the Map" and helps children understand where they are in the world, and it teaches an understanding on city in relation state in relation to country etc. Geography Activities, Geography Map, Teaching Geography, World Geography, Teaching Science, Social Science, Activities For Kids, Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Activities

Me on the Map!

Help children understand where they are located in relation to the world by making geography stacking cups! Book to go along with activity: Me on the Map! by Joan Sweeney. Click here for food chain stacking cups.

Our Community Art: could be used for teaching students different places and community helpers that can be found in their community. Would name city "Smithville" or "Finnville" after teachers. Community Helpers Kindergarten, Community Activities, School Community, Classroom Community, Community Art, Community Building, Preschool Social Studies, Preschool Art, Kindergarten Activities

Our Community Art

Children created community building in the creative art area. Name cards were placed on the table as the children were working, this allowed them to be able to name their buildings. Community Helper project, children were provided a sheet of paper and a circle drawn on different shades of brown. Children cut out the circle and glued to the sheet of paper provided. Children had different types of clothes, accessories and yarn for hair to choose from to create the community helper of choice…

The City Kid & the Suburb Kid, written by Deb Pilutti, illustrated by Linda Bleck Social Studies Communities, Communities Unit, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, 2nd Grade Geography, Writing Traits, 2nd Grade Reading, Mentor Texts

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I thought I& share a couple of community activities we worked on a few weeks ago. My students REALLY enjoyed learning about communities th. 3rd Grade Social Studies, Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Learning Activities, Social Studies Communities, Types Of Communities, Communities Unit

Communities

I thought I'd share a couple of community activities we worked on a few weeks ago. My students REALLY enjoyed learning about communities this year. Of all the exciting things we learn about, I never dreamed learning about communities would have been so popular. We did an inferring activity with communities, which was a great way to integrate reading and social studies. I am all about integrating whenever and wherever possible! They provided the clues and their answers are written underneath…