Title: Rivers as Borders
Students are introduced to the concept of borders. They read maps and identify rivers that separate different countries and states. They examine how or why a landform such as a river border might be the reason for different cultures.
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A Century of Black Life, History, and Culture
Packed with a wealth of information about African-Americans of note, this packet, and the links it provides to other resources, could be used as is for a month-long study of Black history or to supplement lessons already in your curriculum.
K - 12th Social Studies & History
Lesson 8-The Changing Environment: Good or Bad?
Second graders, after listening to "A River Ran Wild," explore all the ways the natural environment has changed and how it affects the community and the people who reside within it. They collect data by interviewing a community member,...
2nd Social Studies & History
There is a Pyramid in Nevada
Students become familiar with the geography and history of Pyramid Lake. In this Pyramid Lake lesson, students understand about the present and past importance of Pyramid Lake and the Truckee River inlet to the people of Nevada. Students...
3rd - 4th Social Studies & History