First Grade: Healthful Living
First graders discuss the importance of having rules and following those rules. Students choose activities to participate in during a five day unit such as making posters, watching videos, writing stories, drawing pictures, and making collages.
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Using Connecting Themes in First Grade Social Studies
Foster contributing members of society with a social studies unit focused on five aspects of community. First graders discuss themes of culture, groups, location, scarcity, and change with discussion questions and activities about...
1st - 3rd Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Grade 1 Literacy in Social Studies: My Informational Report About Community Workers
Get ready to teach a unit about community workers that uses Common Core literacy standards as a way to connect language arts and social studies. The packet is printable and contains teaching strategies, scripted activities, and...
1st Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
First Grade Visits...Washington DC
Take your first graders on a virtual trip to the White House. The presentation provides illustrated slides that feature the location of Washington, DC, the White House, and Washington, DC memorials and monuments. It also includes White...
1st Social Studies & History
Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy
Support children in living fun, active, and healthy lives with a video on physical and health literacy. Whether its learning basic skills like running, jumping, and throwing, or making healthy choices about the foods they eat, students...
3 mins K - 5th Physical Education CCSS: Adaptable
Living With Rules
Young children explore the concept of the Golden Rule in this fun primary grade lesson. To begin, the class sings the song "The Lion and the Mouse" before discussing what the Golden Rule means and how it applies to daily life. This...
K - 2nd Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Women's Suffrage for Grades 1–2
Scholars take part in a grand conversation after they examine facts and stories about the Women's Suffrage Movement. Eight discussion questions bring light to influential women, the importance of voting, citizenship, and voting rights.
1st - 2nd Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable