These Producer and Consumer activities were designed as a cross-curricular social studies unit (Reading, Social Studies, and Math) Activities on producers, consumers, goods, and services are included in these print and go activities.
FEATURE : Aquilla and the Lost Tribe Greatest "rice and cow" Nigerian students - Great! Some how politics has become a General Studies (GST) in our tertiary institutions. Should we cry? Nope. Like the biblical David we should rather tear our apparels into pieces and swing into wild jubilation. Our hearts should be filled with boundless joy. The children have decided to painstakingly learn and gain practical experience in a trade most of their fathers joined accidentally. What was hitherto…
Check out this gyotaku and other projects from our teacher in-service today! AWARE is a popular workshop at the OJAC each year, attended by teachers of diverse subject area from all over Region 14. It provides local educators of 3-6th grade students with creative and cross-curricular approaches to monthly cultural and social awareness issues. Each month’s lesson is TEKS aligned, interdisciplinary and connected to current museum collections or exhibits.
Explore Indian folktales with these great picture books for kids.
The Adventures of a First Grade Teacher: Needs, Wants, Goods and Services!
Comprehension (C-26). A passage about our communities and the interactions we have with other people. Cross-Curricular Focus: History / Social Sciences. This worksheet is in line with Common Core Standards for 2nd and 3rd grade Key Ideas and Details, but may also be used for other grades. The passage’s Lexile Level is 640.
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