First graders take turns in the hot seat getting interviewed on their likes and dislikes. They can also practice conducting the interviews. They discuss the similarities and differences of their answers and consider what makes them each unique.
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Is your house like other families? What are the rules in your house?
First graders identify the individual characteristics of the different places families live. In this families lesson, 1st graders discuss the different places where they live and the rules that are needed in that environment. Students...
1st Social Studies & History
My Family's Thanksgiving
Prepare for the excitement of Thanksgiving with a helpful slideshow presentation. Colorful and engaging, the presentation explores Thanksgiving symbols, details, and traditions, and prompts learners to contrast the given topics with what...
Pre-K - 3rd Social Studies & History
Children and Families in North Carolina
Students examine children and families of North Carolina. In this past and present lesson, students view pictures of families from the past and present. Students note the similarities and differences and record them on a Venn diagram.
K - 2nd Social Studies & History