The First Thanksgiving
Social studies for elementary!! You need this resource!!
We, LaNesha Tabb and Naomi O’Brien have joined together to create our love letter to students.
We seek to heal, enlighten, and promote curiosity about the world around them.
We are releasing monthly Social Studies units that will highlight various cultures, topics, and issues from our world’s past and present. Each of our topics were well thought out and selected carefully and intentionally to highlight various cultures, issues, parts of the world, and topics. We hope to inspire the next generation to be compassionate, informed, and empathetic citizens in our world.
We will create a new thematic Social Studies unit for each month of the traditional school year.
Your K-3 students will be exposed to civics, sociology, economics, geography, and history through our differentiated passages, craftivities, eBooks, interactive vocabulary, response questions, and activities.
Your November download includes:
Sociology: Native American Heritage Month
Geography: Where Does Your Thanksgiving Dinner Come From?
Civics: Branches of Goverment
History: The Mother of Thanksgiving
-A Teacher’s Guide
-Planning Tips and Assessments for Each Topic
-Parent Letter to Send Home
-eBooks to Project or Print for Each Topic
-Mini books for younger readers
-Kindergarten Draw and Respond Prompts
-Interactive Vocabulary Inserts
-Craftivities for influential Native Americans: Cory Witherall (Indy Car Driver), Notah Begay (Pro Golfer/Sports Analyst), Naomi Lang (Olympic Ice Skater), Susan La Flesche Picotte (First Native American woman to earn a medical degree).
-Geography on your plate: craftivity- map activity, first feast sorts
-Branches of Government: Mini-reader, response cut, and past activity
-Mother Of Thanksgiving: Craftivity and mini-book. magazine entry craft.
-Notebook Divider Tabs
-Social Studies Posters with Definitions
-Write the Room Activity
-A Table of Contents
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