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Students make a KWL chart about castles, view pictures of castles in Great Britain, and create their own castle. In this castle lesson plan, students label different parts of the castle they make.
In this describing place worksheet, students label the cardinal and ordinal directions on a compass rose using the drop-down menus. They complete a matching activity by matching an item from column C with one in A and B. They read an article about the British Isles before answering associated reading comprehension questions.
Learners explore the nursery rhymes of Great Britain. In this multicultural education lesson plan, students construct a KWL chart about nursery rhymes and read several Mother Goose rhymes. Learners color in pictures about the nursery rhymes.
In this Great Britain worksheet, students complete multiple choice, fill in the blanks, and a crossword about Great Britain. Students complete 28 problems total.
Students complete a KWL chart about money including what they would like to learn about the currency of Great Britain. For this British currency lesson, students read a text about this topic and view both American and British pictures of money. Students make a collage of the types of money they will learn about.
Students investigate the Christmas customs of Great Britain. In this holiday lesson, students construct pomander balls and sing English Christmas carols.
Ninth graders explore the concept of urbanization. In this urbanization lesson, 9th graders analyze a case study regarding the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. Students research of the impact of the revolution on economic development, population growth, and environmental change in Great Britain.    
Take a trip to Great Britain with this fun reading instructional activity! Young learners read an article about many famous attributes of Britain - 101 of them, to be exact - and finish several comprehension and grammar activities about what they have read. The instructional activity is designed for English learners, but could work for any reading level. Note: Don't use the article as an example of a well-structured piece of writing, as it is only a list in paragraph form.
A study of the art and culture of Great Britain can provide a great way get students interested in the history of this country.
In this map of British Isles worksheet, learners view and label on a map of the British Isles its regions, major cities, important landmarks, compass rose and legend.
In this online quiz instructional activity, learners answer a set of multiple choice questions about freshwater fish in Great Britain. Page includes links to answers and resources.
Read to understand! Sounds great and your third graders will read to understand several interesting facts about Great Britain. They read, identify key details in the text, and write to answer five comprehension questions. Learning to locate details in the text to support answers is a big step toward comprehension. 
In this industrialization worksheet, students make notes in a chart to explain how eight different factors contributed to the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. Students write a short explanation of how enclosure and crop rotation paved the way for an agricultural revolution.
Great Britain was where the industrial revolution began. The class reads an excerpt from a document written in 1835 describing cotton manufacture in Great Britain. They then answer two critical analysis questions. 
Students gather information about St. George, the Patron Saint of Great Britain. They contrast the brave deeds attributed to St. George with acts requiring courage today. Students design and create bravery badges to acknowledge brave actions observed at school.
Students get a basic overview of the geography of islands. They discover where islands are located throughout the world and study two very different island groups (the Philippines and the British Isles) to illustrate the diversity of islands.
In order to investigate the history of England, pupils complete sentences, fill in the blanks, answer short-answer questions, choose correct words, and more. There are eight exercises filled with clever ways to get your kids learning about the England's history. 
Ninth graders assume the role of an entrepreneur during the Industrial Revolution of the 1700s in Great Britain. They investigate how changing methods of production affected the way that the fundamental economic questions were being answered at that time.
In this map work and elapsed time learning exercise, students label England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland on a map. They calculate the elapsed time of a delivery that is described in a word problem that is broken down into four parts.
For this research skills worksheet, students examine a list of names of 20 towns and villages in England, Scotland, and Wales. They use an atlas of Great Britain to find any fake names and place a mark in the box next to it.

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