Learn how to use inquiry circles in Social Studies class. Great for reviewing topics, and teaching the Common Core.

How to Teach the Standards through Social Studies Inquiry Circles

Need some social studies project ideas? Learn how to make Social Studies more engaging for your students with inquiry circles. Inquiry circles reinforce social studies standards while teaching the research process. (Grab the free social studies project

Heart 2 Heart Teaching: Social Studies

Students will love creating this geography flip up book in centers or social studies stations.All the activities in this pack will reinforce and expand their understanding of geography and culture.

Help your students understand timelines with this engaging collection of various timeline projects!  It's perfect for social studies projects or teaching during reading!  $

Help your students understand timelines with this engaging collection of various timeline projects! It's perfect for social studies projects or teaching during reading! $

Native American Project-Create-A-Tribe: Social Studies Groups of students create a NEW Native American Tribe based on previous Native American Study. Students create a Tribe Book & present their tribe's culture! Great in-class cooperative project!

Native American Project-Create-A-Tribe: Social Studies Groups of students create a NEW Native American Tribe based on previous Native American Study. Students create a Tribe Book & present their tribe's culture! Great in-class cooperative project!

Great State Plates Project- could change it up to another social studies project but use the plates.

Understands the people, events, problems, and ideas that were significant in creating the history of their state. We will create state plates about Illinois and include facts about Illinois state history on the back grade)

Benjamin Franklin Fact Plate. Students watch a short biography and read Benjamin Franklin: His wit and wisdom from A-Z" by Alan Schroeder. Students then create a fact plate using 3-7 facts that they have learned describing Benjamin Franklin. This lesson correlates with the Social Studies GPS for 4th grade.

This is a Benjamin Franklin Fact Plate. Students then create a fact plate using facts that they have learned describing Benjamin Franklin. You could really do this with any historical figure.

Are you looking for a must-do project for your social studies students this year? If you teach the Revolutionary War time period, or anything to do with government and the judicial system - than you NEED this now!!!

Revolutionary War Mock Trial Project Based Learning Activity

Are you looking for a must-do project for your social studies students this year? If you teach the Revolutionary War time period, or anything to do with government and the judicial system - than you NEED this now!!!

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United States History Activities That Your Students Will Love!

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