This is a Civil War Project idea. In this project, students will create a profile for each of the Civil War leaders.
This is a reading comprehension task about Lee’s surrender to Grant at Appomattox Court that officially ended the American Civil War.
Here is a reading comprehension passage that covers the standard SS2H1a. The students will learn about James Oglethorpe and the contributions he made to the founding and establishment of Georgia.
There are many different physical features in the United States.
Physical features include bodies of water, deserts, mountain ranges, and other landforms. These physical features are created by nature. They are not the creation of man.
About this Activity
Students will create a flipbook of these physical features by cutting out the various maps and pinpointing those locations.After they have done that, they could glue the maps in the form of your choosing to present the locations. From the image above, you can see how I had my students present their work.
This is a book comprehension task on the Japanese internment during WW2. These Americans were imprisoned by their own government, because they were not trusted. The American government viewed them as the enemy within because of their Japanese ancestry.
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This is a book comprehension task on Alexander Graham Bell. This is based on the book, Alexander Graham Bell: Called to Invent by Jennifer Kroll.