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3rd grade social studies

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A Location and Map Skills Social Studies Unit that teaches students about grid maps and more!  Create a map of your school, classroom, and practice reading a variety of grid maps!

This Location and Map Skills Social Studies Unit teaches students about North American landforms, urban, rural, and suburban communities, grid maps, and family history. It is a perfect unit for first, second, and third grades and works well with English learners. Location, Location, Location. Isn't that what we hear when buying a house? Well, now, students will learn all about maps, communities, and family history in this unit. This unit follows the California Second Grade Social Studies…


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This Me On The Map flip book FREEBIE is perfect for teaching your elementary students about maps skills and geography.

Description Are you searching for basic map skills lessons and worksheets for 1st grade? This resource includes no-prep printables and a Me On The Map flipbook that will save you time and are perfect for practice and assessment of mapping skills. Included you will find 40 pages where students will learn about reading a map, the map key, compass rose, following directions on a map, and more! Also includes a Me On The Map flipbook. Included in this resource: Me On The Map Flip Book Anchor…

Social Studies Interactive Notebook - Ashleigh's Education Journey

I wanted to make sure my upper elementary students received enough instruction in social studies, so I created a social studies interactive notebook!

My Favorite Read-Aloud Books for Upper Elementary Social Studies - Thrive in Grade Five

There's nothing better than listening to your teacher read a book about the historical event/time period you're learning about in class! I have been an upper elementary teacher for my entire teaching career (15 years) and