Students will be proud to display what they've learned about Abraham Lincoln on this bulletin board project by Glyph Girls. Writing templates with both primary and regular lines are included as well as ideas for using in a station.
Civil War Interactive Notebook...If you are teaching the Civil War, this is the perfect product for you! This resource comes with eight templates, individual template directions, pictures of templates in an interactive notebook, and possible answers and information for each template. Students love using interactive notebooks!
In these 12 pages, you get all 50 states.You can leave them as a worksheet and have students hunt down the capitals, mottos, birds, and other facts, or you can cut them out and use them as flash cards after they are filled out.
Contains mnemonic sentences for South and Central America, the Caribbean, Guam & Philippines and finally the "leftover" countries of Spain, Mexico, the U.S. and Equatorial Guinea that are scattered in different geographic regions
Students complete a chart comparing and contrasting the cultures of the Arab countries. This can be used early in the study of Arab culture, and again later in the unit or year to show the knowledge and understanding gained through study.
Students choose and research an Arab country, make a poster and then do oral presentations on their countries. Students choose 5 categories from a list of 23 to research using the internet and/or reference books.