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Ssssshhhh We re Writing the Constitution

Ssssshhhh We re Writing the Constitution

10-minute guide to the constitution

A 10-Minute Guide to the U.S. Constitution

Turns out there may be a truly useful — if not urgent — purpose to having members of Congress take turns reading the U.

Constitution Day  Schoolhouse Rocks video  & Free Printables

Constitution Day Printables - Free Printables

Shays' Rebellion - YouTube

This cartoon for young viewers sums up well the challenge that faced ordinary soldiers in the war’s aftermath, especially in states like Massachusetts where .

Preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America in several formats for copywork.

Preamble to the Constitution of the United States Copywork: Includes primary and ruled lines.

SOLutions: What work did the colonists do?

This worksheet helps students see the three regions of colonies as well as what the regions we're known for. Very beneficial in explaining economic activities and settlement patterns

Printable Underground Railroad Quilt Code Game

Printable Underground Railroad Quilt Code Game (Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational)

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Deceptively Educational's Top 14 of 2014 - Underground Railroad Quilt Code Game

MIMAL is a geographical acronym referring to five states in the United States: Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana.The term is used as reference to the fictional person of Mimal the Elf or Chef, whose body is composed of the five states found on the west bank of the Mississippi River. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIMAL #Geography #MIMAL

Here's the man in the middle of US map. This is a good tool to help students remember where these midwestern states are located.

Social Studies Ideas for Elementary Teachers: Sensory Figures for Social Studies Notebooking--- Students can create a diagram of an important person in history and write facts about them, how they might have felt, and other things about their experiences!  Great way for students to get involved and get a chance to see what it was like to live in another era. -- Cassandra Wesner

Social Studies Ideas for Elementary Teachers: Sensory Figures for Social Studies Notebooking- Students can create a diagram of an important person in history and write facts about them, how they might have felt, and other things about their experiences.

DIY - History - History Is Fun

colonial dye making

Social Studies Time Line: Creative

Social Studies Time Line: Creative The bulletin board caught my eye. I like the QR codes and the map stations for students to check out.

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