6th grade social studies

Explore exciting and interactive activities to enhance your 6th grade social studies curriculum. Discover engaging resources and projects that will make learning social studies a fun and enriching experience.
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Have you considered using virtual field trips within your ancient civilizations study? Virtual field trips bring history to life, as students explore and take ownership of learning. These structured trips incorporate informational text, video, Google Earth 360 degree views, and critical thinking response questions.

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Danelle McGhee
These ideas are all great for increasing student engagement and learning in my classroom for 2023! Social Studies Projects Middle School, Teaching Social Studies Elementary, High School Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities Middle School, 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Education, Social Studies Resources, Social Studies Teacher, Teaching History

Teaching social studies is more of a challenge than ever before. Here are 5 key trends for 2023 to help your teaching be less stressful and more impactful for your students.

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Aimee La Dow
Try something new in Geography and World Cultures class. Have students create a one-pager assessment to highlight key features for each of the five themes of Social Studies (Geography, History, Economics, Government, Culture). Social Studies Activities Middle School, Middle School Geography, Geography Classroom, 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Projects, Social Studies Education, Social Studies Notebook, High School Social Studies, Teaching Geography

Try something new in Geography and World Cultures class. Have students create a one-pager assessment to highlight key features for each of the five themes of Social Studies (Geography, History, Economics, Government, Culture).

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Cult of Pedagogy
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As a kid in school I loved when my teachers celebrated creativity in the classroom. In fact, when I reflect on my own education, the moments I remember the most were the creative ones. I vividly remember making salt maps of the state, book report mobiles, models, papier-mâché globes, interactive brochures, puppets, and dioramas. What about you? Are the instructional moments that you remember the most tied to creative activities? There's just something so powerful about hands-on learning with…

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Catherine Calvert
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Don't Decorate - Design! It is back to school time, and teachers all across the US are frantically putting up posters and bulletin boards to decorate their room before the first day of school. But instead

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Renee renee2088