California Explorers - list of explorers with fact cards

California Explorers - list of explorers with fact cards

This 15 page explorer unit is aligned with the Common Core, and will help you guide your students to create meaningful, well-researched reports about a famous explorer. Great social studies research process. (TpT Resource)

Explorer Report Project for 3rd - 6th Grade

This 15 page explorer unit is aligned with the Common Core, and will help you guide your students to create meaningful, well-researched reports about a famous explorer. Great social studies research process.

regions of california - Google Search

What are the similarities and differences of the 4 California regions? grade social studies and ELA project based learning covering weeks with all the resources you need!

Info sheet for students to pick a state and fill in the information.

Info sheet for students to pick a state and fill in the information. Great way to add some research and writing to those older kids in c.

One of my archetypes would be an explorer because I love to explore different things even though I may not go out to explore... I explore other things

One of my archetypes would be an explorer because I love to explore different things even though I may not go out to explore.

Wow ... A ninety-eight minute documentary on the European impact FREE! And other great educational videos on different subjects.

History books traditionally depict the pre-Columbus Americas as a pristine wilderness where small native villages lived in harmony with nature.

Why not bring STEM to your Native American Unit in social studies?

Native American Homes STEM ~ STEM Engineering Challenge Pack ~ Set of 8

Each year during the third week in November, the National Geographic and other organizations help celebrate Geography Awareness Week. The focus is to help raise awareness of the importance of geography education.    This year's theme is "Declare your Interdependence!" and it "explores the idea that we are all are connected to the rest of the world through the decisions we make on a daily basis, including what foods we eat and the things we buy."

Each year during the third week in November, the National Geographic and other organizations help celebrate Geography Awareness Week. The focus is to help raise awareness of the importance of geography education. This year's theme is "Declare your Interdependence!" and it "explores the idea that we are all are connected to the rest of the world through the decisions we make on a daily basis, including what foods we eat and the things we buy."

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