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More Science & Social Studies Posts from the Archive
If you are teaching science in your elementary classroom, you may be looking for ways to teach magnets! Today, I am going to talk about
If you are teaching a Holidays Around the World, or Christmas Around the World unit this winter, these books are perfect additions to your plans!
Force and motion is a science concept that is important to a student’s foundational understanding. Having a solid grasp of the ideas that fall under
Teaching students about the past is always such a fun experience! This social studies topic can be done in several ways, but I like to
I recently wrote a blog post about teaching the Apple Life Cycle. I typically teach an apple unit during September and when October rolls around,
Since your students have likely learned or are in the process of learning about their communities, it is time to think about the next skill.
Rocks and minerals may not seem like the most exciting topic for students to learn about. However, you’d be surprised at how engaging this content
American Symbols are a great Social Studies topic for cross-curricular integration! Especially now, with the adjustments we have made in our virtual and hybrid classrooms.