Learning, building, and writing about landforms. This post has some great, hands-on ideas and activities to get students reading and writing while learning about oceans, continents, and landforms.
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a family history-beautiful DIY family timeline accordion book. To do with Grandfather's Journey.
A great product for a Lower or Upper classroom! More
Grade 2. Content Statement: Time can be shown graphically on calendars and timelines. Literature: "Diary of a Fly" by Doreen Cronin. The activity relates to social studies because students will have to be able to create and comprehend timelines. Even though the book is more diary entries, students will be able to create a timeline to show how their lives have changed over time.
Timeline project- Another cute way to practice creating timelines and showing students examples! Students could be given a specific number of events relating to the Pilgrims journey and the New World leading up to the Revolutionary War and be required to place them in chronological order. Creative and fun social studies event to end a unit! SG