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Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Social Studies
Inspired by President Obama's Hawaiian origins, your students will research states and design cereal boxes in their honor.
Rating:
5
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Teacher Review:
So fun and creative! Learning about states now has snap, crackle and pop!
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Social Studies
A Free Social Studies lesson plan for grades 9-12 on Banned Books Week. This lesson plan also works for Language Arts classes and can be easily modified for grades 6-8.
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0
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Teacher Review:
This free lesson plan was a lot of fun for the students. They had a great time exploring some of the banned books and discussing their First Amendment right to free speech.
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Social Studies
Lessons in geography will take on a pop star twist with this Elton-inspired student activity.
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0
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Teacher Review:
The activities are not only creative and entertaining, but they also align with the National Teaching Standards!
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Social Studies
News about Beyonce & Jay-Z's new daughter inspires a research activity about students' family history and culture.
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0
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Teacher Review:
Incorporating pop culture news into my lessons really engages my students and motivates them to complete the assignment.
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Social Studies
Missy Franklin will be your students' spotlight athlete as they research and promote the London Olympics!
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0
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Teacher Review:
The printable activities provide valuable lessons with an original twist.
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Social Studies
Shake up your usual "how a bill becomes a law" lesson with this interactive classroom political project. Works for 6-8 or 9-12.
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Teacher Review:
This group activity got my students involved in the legislative process on a personal level. They loved it!
Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Social Studies
Current global revolutions will tie today's news into historical research and force your students to think critically about the merits of historical primary sources.
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0
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Teacher Review:
A thoughtful critical thinking exercise that really showed my students how bias and point of view shape our research.
Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Social Studies
Encourage critical thinking while considering the surge in piracy and its reprecussions in this modern history lesson.
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Teacher Review:
These latest world news headlines bring the real world into my history classroom!

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