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Looking for an easy way to assess your students' comprehension of the Age of Exploration? This set of 18 exit tickets have questions that are written to meet a variety of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). Teachers can use these tickets in a variety of ways, including formative assessments, homework, spiral review, morning work, bell ringers, classwork, and exit tickets. A blank template is also included so teachers can write their own questions. #fourthgrade #fifthgrade #exploration
Early Explorer Autobiography Project: If I Was an Explorer… This is a writing project for students who are studying the Age of Exploration. In this 21-page resource, students combine social studies and writing skills to compose an autobiography. They will write from the first person point of view, as if they are one of the explorers from the age of exploration. This is a great way to incorporate expository writing into social studies or vice versa.
Perfect for whole group, centers, or a substitute! Help you students organize their research of explorers with this graphic organizer. This kid friendly printable guides them to find out when the person was born and died, his nationality, major contributions, relationship with Native Americans, significance, and any other interesting information.
These graphic organizers for your study of famous explorers work well as individual student pages. In addition, they are perfect as note pages in interactive notebooks. Students can cut around the border and glue the pages into a regular spiral notebook. If you photocopy the pages at 85%, they look great in composition books as well! ($)
Famous World Explorers Posters: Featuring 29 individuals from across the ages that have contributed to the discovery of our world and beyond. These high quality posters each feature the name, date of birth and death and what each individual is most famous for. Each poster also includes a photo/picture of the famous character.