180 Days of Social Studies for First Grade

180 Days of Social Studies for First Grade

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ISBN: 9781425813932
Grades: 1

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180 Days of Social Studies for First Grade provides teachers and parents with 180 days of daily practice to build students' social studies content-area literacy. The quick, diagnostic-based activities support the C3 Framework and allow busy teachers to cover social studies content daily. Through these weekly units, grade 1 students will analyze and evaluate primary source documents, answer text-dependent questions, and improve their social studies knowledge, critical thinking, and reasoning skills. Each week will assess students' knowledge of grade-level social studies content, and focuses on a grade-level topic within one of the four social studies disciplines: geography, economics, civics, and history. This resource helps teachers meet the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and state standards in their classrooms. With these daily activities, students will increase their social studies knowledge in no time! Digital files are included.

Primary Subject
History/Geography
Grade
1
ISBN
9781425813932
Format
Paperback
Brand Name
Shell Education
Weight
1.15 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.44"
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Simple, yet gets the point across
So far this workbook has been very simple and easy to use. It’s a little “easy” for my first grader and I am finding that I like that. It allows her to really grasp the topics instead of fighting the difficulty.

We’re only four weeks in of 36 weeks in Social Studies but I like how gentle it covers the topic and encourages creativity of the student. Some of it is straightforward questions but some are “draw a want, draw a need” for example, to allow creative thinking while showing understanding of the question. I like how simple it is and may try the Geography one next ... the current one we are using is just not as easily laid out for the teacher.
October 23, 2018
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1 year ago

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