Property: Ownership, Respect, and Responsibilty
Students brainstorm objects that belong to themselves, classmates, the teacher, and the school. They discuss and rank what happens when personal property is damaged.
K - 2nd Social Studies & History 3 Views 12 Downloads
One Plus One Makes You and Me - Respect
Young pupils should benefit from this wonderful series of activities designed to teach them how to get along with, and respect each other. Learners recognize how to demonstrate both respectful and disrespectful behavior, and take part in...
K - 2nd Social Studies & History
New Review Kids Voting USA: K-2 Classroom Activities
Address both social studies and critical reading skills with a resource dedicated to the voting process, the American democracy, and the ability to evaluate information in order to develop a stance on an issue. Each themed activity set...
K - 2nd Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Creating Community in the Classroom: Part 2 (Cooperative Planning)
Create a supportive environment. Get your students to work together cooperatively by making and keeping goals. The goal of this lesson is to build a classroom community through goal-setting, decision-making, and positive reinforcement.
K - 8th Social Studies & History
A Leopard Doesn’t Change Its Spots
First, introduce rank badges, which were used during the Qing Dynasty. Then, the class will work together to uncover the meaning of the images they see. They'll examine and research the meaning behind the symbols found on Leopard Rank...
K - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Property: Ownership, Respect, and Responsibility
Students learn to respect others' property by rating the severity of a variety of damaging acts. Students use a tag board "thermometer" to rate the severity of statements describing situations where a person damages the property of another.
K - 12th Social Studies & History