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Communities unit

Discover top ideas to build strong and engaging communities within your unit. Enhance collaboration and foster a sense of belonging with these community-building strategies.
Primary Social Studies, Social Studies Communities, Communities Unit, Third Grade Social Studies, Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Elementary, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Writing

Our next guest blogger....... Meet Lori from Teaching with Love and Laughter! This week, in Social Studies, my first graders are learning all about communities. To get them to think about what's in their community,

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Jennifer Loduha
Social Studies New BC curriculum Pe Lesson Plans, Lesson Plan Format, Social Studies Lesson Plans, Social Studies Curriculum, Social Studies Worksheets, Educational Worksheets, Lesson Plan Templates, 1st Grade Math Worksheets, Worksheets For Kids

Hi all - so I have a student teacher...and she is amazing!! As a result I have time...so I have been making the most of my time. First, I did my Long Range Plans: Comments? What do you think? I was planning to include the Core Competencies when I wrote lesson plans. Also - I would just print what they provided on the BC Curriculum website in PDF format as the first page. These two pages would follow for Social Studies. Next, I did an Inquiry Unit for Social Studies to match. It covers most…

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Diana Capaz
Community Activities in Kindergarten | Creative Kindergarten Project Based Learning Kindergarten, Community Helpers Kindergarten, Kindergarten Inquiry, Community Helpers Preschool, Kindergarten Projects, Community Activities, Kindergarten Lesson Plans, School Community, Kindergarten Centers

This past week we have been discussing what belonging to a community means, what communities we belong to (families, class/school, neighbourhoods, sports teams), and the people and places within these communities. We began by discussing the different places we would find in our community and why they are important. Then students had a chance to …

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Quinn Duvall
Learn 5 ways to create an engaging communities unit for your students. Teach them facts about their community and other communities! They will learn about types of communities, community helpers, services and buildings in their communities, and more! Primary Social Studies, Social Studies Communities, Types Of Communities, Communities Unit, Third Grade Social Studies, Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Worksheets, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies

Learn 5 ways to create an engaging communities unit for your students. Teach them facts about their community and other communities! They will learn about types of communities, community helpers, services and buildings in their communities, and more!

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Jessica Tobin Elementary Nest 1st 2nd & 3rd Grade Teaching Ideas
This would be great to do as a class on a lesson for "my community." Students could build their community! Social Studies Maps, Social Studies Communities, Communities Unit, Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Elementary, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Map Activities, Teaching Tools

We just had our school wide Engineering Fair and it was a HUGE success! My school is located in Albemarle County, Virginia which is home to the University of Virginia. Several classrooms in my building were working with The University's Curry School of Education and the UVA School of Engineering since the start of school last fall. We were given printers and fabricators to use with software (Fablab and Community Construction) that was designed by people in the Engineering department at UVA…

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Julie Biljardt
Kinders on a Roll: Community Map & Community Helpers Community Helper Lesson, Community Helpers Preschool Activities, Community Helpers Theme, Preschool Activities Toddler, Creative Activities For Kids, Social Studies Communities, Communities Unit, Teacher Vision Board, Third Grade Activities

At the beginning of our unit. our classroom was lacking decorations and the giant black bulletin board was just beginning to have green squares put on it... A few days later, our room transformed and we added our own buildings, vehicles, traffic signals, vegetation to our community map and each child made a paper doll of themselves of what they want to be when they grow up. Enjoy these pictures! Police station, museum, doctor’s office... VONS, Disney store, Panda Express (complete with a…

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Joanne Trumbull