Exploring the Maryland State Archives Website
Student demonstrates the ability to organize, manage and comprehend information and applies appropriate skills to collect organize, and interpret data, They then explore an appreciation of media a sources of information and recreation.
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Westward Expansion of the United States
How did early American pioneers decide what to take with them on their journeys, and what was their traveling experience like? Here you'll find a collection of activities to help you explore Westward Expansion with your young learners.
3rd - 5th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Clotilde, The Last Slave Ship
The Clotilde was the last known ship to bring slaves from Africa to the United States - good riddance! Dive into the details of the ship, its cargo, origin, and route, and learn about the future of the Africans on board with a...
4th - 11th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
History of Slavery in Maryland
Fourth graders compare and contrast indentured servants and slaves. In this History lesson, 4th graders explore the history of slavery in the state of Maryland. Students view a primary source document of a slavery ad and make a paper quilt.
4th Visual & Performing Arts
Depicting the Piscataways: The Government of Maryland Student Booklet
Fourth graders construct an original booklet that consists of summaries and artwork dealing with their study of the state of Maryland. They work on this booklet after their study of the Piscataways, a Native American tribe in Maryland,...
4th English Language Arts
Alike and Different: The Middle East and the United States
Students compare maps of the Middle East using National Geographic's Hot Spot: Iraq, and a map of their own region, looking for similar features. They fill in and label their own blank outline maps of the Middle East and the United States.
3rd - 5th Social Studies & History