New Jersey Map
In this mapping activity worksheet, students use an outline of the state of New Jersey and add the state capital, major cities, and other state attractions or follow teacher made directions. Students provide at least 7 answers.
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Where in the Latitude Are You? A Longitude Here.
Students distinguish between latitude and longitude on the map. In this mapping lesson, students participate in mapping skills to recognize spatial relationships, and where to find natural resources on the map. Students create their own...
Learn the States and Postal Abbreviations
If you are preparing to cover the 50 states with your class, you don't want to miss this resource. It includes an excellent set of worksheets through which learners practice identifying states from their abbreviations and placing those...
3rd - 5th Social Studies & History
A More Perfect Union: The Story of Our Constitution
Sit back, relax, and transport to 1787! This lesson on the Constitution begins with guided imagery of the Constitutional Convention. The class reads A More Perfect Union: The Story of Our Constitution in an interactive read-aloud...
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Four Regions of New Jersey
After completing this lesson plan, fourth graders will be able to locate the United States on a map. They will also be able to locate New Jersey, identify the four regions of New Jersey, and know the difference between urban and rural....
4th - 5th Social Studies & History
Lesson 4: Text Features
The ability to use text features effectively can translate to many texts and purposes. Show your class these tools while working with the biography Lost Star: The Story of Amelia Earhart. Explore the different text features within the...
5th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Counties of New Jersey GIS Activity
Have your class learn about their state. Even though the focus of this resource is on New Jersey, it could be altered for use with an exploration of any state. Learners identify key geographic features on a map, and memorize the names of...
4th Social Studies & History
Middle and Southern Colonies
Young scholars spend five days learning about the colonies. In this colonial lesson, students examine the life of the southern, middle, and first colonies in America. Young scholars create projects and complete research on the colonies.
4th - 6th Social Studies & History