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5th grade social studies

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for 5th grade social studies. Get inspired and try out new things.
Anchor Charts in Secondary Social Studies | Social Studies Success

As a secondary Social Studies teacher, the thought of anchor charts intimidated me – isn’t that an elementary thing? How would I use them in my class? Would they even work with teenagers? What would

My Favorite Read-Aloud Books for Upper Elementary Social Studies - Thrive in Grade Five

There's nothing better than listening to your teacher read a book about the historical event/time period you're learning about in class! I have been an upper elementary teacher for my entire teaching career (15 years) and

Let your students get creative with this FREE Parts of the US Constitution lesson! This freebie makes a fun addition to any US Constitution history projects, activities, or lessons! This project was created with 5th grade through middle school education in mind. Enjoy! #5thGrade #MiddleSchool #Interactive

Let your students get creative with this FREE Parts of the US Constitution lesson! This freebie makes a fun addition to any US Constitution history projects, activities, or lessons! This project was created with 5th grade through middle school education in mind. Enjoy! #5thGrade #MiddleSchool #Interactive

I’m fortunate to have found my niche early in my teaching career. I have enjoyed teaching fifth grade social studies for many years. I often have teachers ask how I teach fifth grade social studies, in

I’m fortunate to have found my niche early in my teaching career. I have enjoyed teaching fifth grade social studies for many years. I often have teachers ask how I teach fifth grade social studies, in

Students of History Teaching Resources

Students of History provides thorough and engaging lesson plans and resources for teaching social studies to middle school and high school students.