Which of these four presidents doesn't fit with the group? (Psst, it could be any of them!)
Students will now explain how their civilization moved from a government where power was in the hands of the few to a government controlled by the people.
What do you notice?
What do you wonder?
In this video, students will continue adding to their civilizations by investigating historical calendars and then creating their own.
Students will think about the technology that enabled their civilization to move from a hunter and gatherer society to one built around agriculture.
In this video, students will continue to create a civilization by developing a realistic river.
Combine your social studies, science, and language arts content for a year-long creative project.
Use the Content Imperative thinking prompts to help students dig into conflict in language arts and social studies.
Students develop a Facebook page for a US President, incorporating key events and people.
Catherine Cabiness describes how her social studies students designed an app for a historical figure.
Catherine Cabiness explains how her students used Haiku Deck to create historical presentations based on hashtags.