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Community Government For Elementary Anchor Chart. We are gonna use this anchor chart to help us write this paragraph. This anchor chart on informational writing is great to be used in the lower grades, but can be adapted for just about any grade. Our Local Government Anchor Chart 4th grade social studies, Social from www.pinterest.com ... Read more <p>The post Community Government For Elementary Anchor Chart first appeared on Sustainable City News.</p>
Sherrell Nessioz saved to Activities for Learners
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Robert Olivo saved to American history
Your young learner will discover the basics of local government with this worksheet all about municipalities.
(Teaching Strategy) Standard: Describe how the three branches of government interact with each other (checks and balances and separation of powers), and how they relate to local, state, and federal government.
Stephanie Martinez saved to 5th grade math
I've been playing around with ways to organize the learning materials connected to our Content Area Studies. I had my kids create a lapbook ...
Kendra Palmer saved to Social Studies
This infographic is about how local governments work in India, how they are divided into different departments. #UPSC #Infographic
Sundar saved to Teaching government
Getting the first grade kiddos to begin to formulate an understanding of public officials and who leads what can be challenging to say the least! I decided this year to have my students put it all together on a tree-map. I passed out a photo or label to each student and challenged the students to put the cards in the correct places. It went relatively quickly, and it was interesting listening to the conversations as the kids made decisions about where to place the cards.
Steph Moldenhauer saved to Science/Social Studies
Teacher strategy SS4CG3 Describe the structure of government and the Bill of Rights. a. Describe how the three branches of government interact with each other (checks and balances and separation of powers), and how they relate to local, state, and federal government.
Welcome to Room 805 saved to Anchor charts
I wanted to make sure my upper elementary students received enough instruction in social studies, so I created a social studies interactive notebook!
Maureen Upthegrove saved to Social Studies