Expository Writing: State Park Brochures-After reading and researching points of interest, including state and national parks and monuments, the students had to choose a required number of each to write about.
Fun idea for when studenst begin learning about rural, urban and suburban areas: the students sort clues written on notecards into rural suburban or urban, tape, laminate, then hang in the class as a reference.
This interactive historical thinking task engages students to learn about what this would have been like to participate in a fur trade at the time. I would use this as a interactive activity to really help students to think historically.
Teach your students about natural resources like forestry, fossil fuels and agriculture with these activities that include: card sorting, inductive learning, jigsaw teaching, reading, writing, drawing, discussion and analyzing text. Instructions on how to teach each strategy along with modifications for all learning styles are included.