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Elementary School Lesson Plans for History and Social Studies Subjects

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This is a good lesson on modes of transportation in the community

  Title – Transportation By – Rachel Fayard Primary Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – K I. Concepts Transportation in the community II. Behavioral Objectives The student will discuss and identify modes of transportation in the community and others found through …

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Social Studies  

Grade:

K  

Fire Safety is the subject of this lesson teaching Stop, Drop, and Roll

Title – Fire Safety By – Allison Duss Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – Kindergarten Fire Safety Kindergarten Health Rationale and Background This lesson is the first lesson in a three day unit on fire safety for kindergarten students. Fire safety …

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Social Studies  

Grade:

K  

The Importance of Voting is the topic of this lesson using “The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs”

  Title – Piggy Tale Election By – Dana L. Craig Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subjects – Language Arts Grade Level – K-2 “Piggy Tale Election” I. Concepts to be taught: ·Why it is important to vote (to voice your …

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Language Arts, Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

Here a map of the United States is used to locate important areas in Abraham Lincoln’s life

Title – A Picture Book of Abraham Lincoln By – Lori Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subjects – Language Arts Grade Level – K-1 Objective: The students will be able to use a map of the United States to locate important …

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Language Arts, Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1  

The “Colors of Us” are compared to food in this similar/different diversity lesson

  Title – Diversity: Concepts of Similar and Different By – Sara Jones Primary Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – K-2 (Note: “The Colors of Us” is a fun, positive book about 7-year-old Lena & her mom observing differences in the …

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Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

The history of U.S. voting rights is presented here

  Title – Voting Rights Lesson Plan By – Elizabeth Furu Primary Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – K-5 OBJECTIVE: Students will: Understand an election will take place on Nov. 2 Understand Constitution grants and protects right to vote Understand why …

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Social Studies  

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K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

This lesson idea is on How People Travel

Title – How People Travel By – Cathie Arnold Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – pre-k-1 This is a hands on lesson that focuses on the children’s understanding of all kinds of travel. In advance have several pictures of types of …

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Social Studies  

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PreK, K, 1  

Here’s a 4th of July lesson involving making a simulated fireworks display

  Title – 4th of July Art Project By – Scott Dan Subject – Social Studies, Art Grade Level – K-5 M333 Art Lesson Plan 11/2/98 FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS DISPLAY Materials Needed: 1. 12 x 18 sheets of construction paper, light …

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Art, Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

This lesson involves an experiment with volcano explosions

  Title – Volcano Explosions By – Debbie Haren Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Social Studies Grade Level – K – 3rd grade Making a Volcano Materials: Styrofoam cups Food coloring Baking Soda Vinegar Saran Wrap rubber bands Each child …

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Science, Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3  

Children sculpt clay models of their favorite community members in this lesson

Title – Clay Community By – Lorena Hernandez Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subjects – Art, Language Arts Grade Level – Kindergarten Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Language Arts Standards: 110.2 (b) English Language Arts and Reading Standards: (1) Listening/speaking purposes. …

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Art, Language Arts, Social Studies  

Grade:

K  

This mapping lesson makes students aware of their surroundings at school and at home

Title – My School By – Dana Primary Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – K-2 Lesson Summary: Young children need to understand his/her surroundings, knowing that, it is important for the young children of your classroom to know the surroundings of …

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Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

A lesson on the American Flag and its Symbols

  Title – The American Flag By – Rebecca Croft Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subjects – Art Grade Level – K – 2 Objective: Students will be able to name the number of stars, the number of red stripes, the …

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Subjects:

Art, Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

Here’s another full unit for Kindergarten, this one on the Rain Forest

Title – Kindergarten Rain Forest Unit By – Tricia Bardillo Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – Kindergarten Kindergarten Rainforest Unit There are several pages that give background information that is very useful.  The more you learn about the rainforest, the more …

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Social Studies  

Grade:

K  

Here’s a idea that uses colored joint compound to mimic Van Gogh’s heavy brushstrokes

Title – Artists By – Kelly Primary Subject – Art Secondary Subjects – Social Studies Grade Level – PreK-5 I do a theme on Artists with a 5th grade class. I choose different artists and examples of their work. During circle, we …

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Art, Social Studies  

Grades:

PreK, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

Winter Holidays Around the World

Title – Winter Holidays Around the World By – Denise Todd Primary Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – Kindergarten-1st Concept/Topic: Winter Holidays are not celebrated the same everywhere. Kentucky Academic Expectations: 1.2-Students make sense of a variety of materials read. 1.3-Students …

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Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1  

Stellaluna teaches school citizenship in this lesson

Title – Stellaluna and Social Studies By – Natasha Pratt Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subject – Language Arts Grade Level – K-1 Teaching Strategy: Whole Group (class of 8) Time Required: 30-60 minutes I. Concepts To evaluate the responsibilities of …

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Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1  

This idea uses the bookCarpenter, Carpenter, What Do You Seeas a career exploration tool

Title – Carpenter, Carpenter What Do You See By – Missy Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Social Studies Grade Level – K – 3 Developmental Goal: learning different jobs Materials: pre-made flip chart Paper Crayons Procedure: Read the story …

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Language Arts, Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3  

This lesson on anger uses the book “When Sophia Gets Angry

Title – Anger By – Debbie Haren Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subjects – Language Arts Grade Level – Preschool – 2nd grade Materials: The book: “When Sophia Gets Angry-Really-Really Angry By: Molly Bang Objective: To help others realize how other …

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Language Arts, Social Studies  

Grades:

PreK, K, 1, 2  

“Where the Wild Things Are” is a good multidisciplinary place to read, compare/contrast, sort monster types, and learn about islands

Title – “Where the Wild Things Are” Sorting By – Pam Powers Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Math, Social Studies Grade Level – K 1. Introduce the book, ” Where the Wild Things Are ” by Maurice Sendak. Tell …

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Subjects:

Language Arts, Math, Social Studies  

Grade:

K  

This is a dialing 911 lesson

Title – 911 Emergency By – Chris Hernandez Primary Subject – Social Studies Grade Level – K-2 TEKS: Problem solving language and communication connections with an outside mathematics and formal reasoning underline All content areas of Language Arts and Social Studies Learning …

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Subject:

Social Studies  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

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