Gr. 4 Social Studies

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Netflix Educational Picks 2019 | Netflix & School - Happy Healthy Messy

Netflix & Homeschool? Like peas & carrots. Netflix educational programs bring the subject matter to life! Here are our don't-miss picks this month.

Panicked Teacher

Hi! I'm Susie! I'm a curriculum developer at Panicked Teacher. On my blog, I share classroom tips, teaching ideas and upper elementary resources.

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Current Event Newspaper Assignment I Google Slides and Print

*A DIGITAL OPTION/GOOGLE SLIDES HAS BEEN INCLUDED* Be sure to re-download! There are directions and links inside the zip file :)About this Product:Current Events are a nice way to integrate Social Studies, Reading, and Writing. Additionally, they are a wonderful way to keep your students connected ...

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Print and Color a Free "How Raven Stole The Sun" Native American Legend - Layers of Learning

A free printable booklet of my favorite Raven legend, How Raven Stole The Sun, for kids to illustrate.

Literacy Loves Company

Integrating art and content in the ELA classroom. Tips and resources.

Early Explorer / Exploration Research Cards (Interactive Notebook) **FREEBIE

Click here for my Explorer Report PosterWe reached a milestone! Teaching on Lemon Lane now offers 100 products!! Consider this FREEBIE a thank you! To stay up to date on new products, sales, and freebies make sure to follow my store Teaching on Lemon Lane!This is a great resource for anyone that tea...

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Latitude and Longitude Cut and Paste Activity: Distance Learning Compatible

This is a fun and engaging way to practice determining the difference between latitude and longitude! Students will read a sentence and decide if it is describing latitude or longitude, then glue the box in the correct column. An answer key is included.

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Canadian Timeline - to Confederation {Printable}

This Canadian timeline tries to include most of the more important events in our history – ranging from pre-European arrival to the Confederation of 1867.

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Canadian Province - Alberta on crayola.com

Use Crayola® crayons, markers or colored pencils to color Alberta's flag. Color section 1 blue, section 2 red, section 3 gold, section 4 gray, section 5 dark green and section 6 yellow. Leave the rectangles around section 2 white.

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Information & Facts on Teepees

Tepees or tipis are the name of dwellings used by American Indians. Typically, they were constructed of poles arranged and fastened into a conical frame covered by animal skins. A hole was left in the top for smoke to escape and a flap was created to allow movement in and out of the teepee.

Runde's Room: Folding in Social Studies
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Folding in Social Studies

OK - it's not a Math Journal Sunday ... but I've got a FANTASTIC foldable to share with you today. I saw this idea on A Teacher's Treasure a few weeks ago, and as soon as I saw it, I knew I HAD to do it with my class. This is called the Secret Door Foldable. You've got to head over to Mor's blog to see it - she even has a great video to show you step-by-step how to complete the template. The minute I finished watching her video, I ran to get two pieces of paper to try it out for myself…

Medicine Wheel Sacred Medicine

I am researching Sacred Medicines. I remembered how the four sacred medicines were on the medicine wheel chart and were a part of the medicine wheel teachings. I did a bit of searching and found a teachers aid on the subject here. http://youthrelationships.org/documents/Abor%20unit%203%20sample.pdf. The information below is taken from this document. It was written by Mary Lou Smoke, Aniishnaabe Nation . North Sweetgrass – Wiingashk Sweetgrass is a perennial grass that is found growing wild…

Ready-To-Decorate® Totem Pole Posters - 24 posters

Students reflect on their personal and family traits to choose animals to represent them on their totem poles. A great stand-alone activity, these totem poles also make a nice addition to your Native American unit.

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Hands-On Canadian History: When the Provinces and Territories Joined Canada

The provinces and territories of Canada have changed since 1867. Here's a fun way to learn when each province or territory became part of this country.