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I have been in the field of education for over 10 years. Almost all of my experience is in the Middle Grades. I have been a classroom teacher, and instructional specialist, social studies department chair/curriculum specialist, dean of students and assistant principle of instruction. Through my years of experience and working with students, I strive to develop a product that can be used by any teacher to make learning social studies an exciting, visual and hands on experience.

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I have been in the field of education for over 10 years. Almost all of my experience is in the Middle Grades. I have been a classroom teacher, and instructional specialist, social studies department chair/curriculum specialist, dean of students and assistant principle of instruction. Through my years of experience and working with students, I strive to develop a product that can be used by any teacher to make learning social studies an exciting, visual and hands on experience.
Mapping the Silk Road Activity--NO PREP
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Mapping the Silk Road Activity--NO PREP

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This ready to use Mapping The Silk Road Activity will give students a 10 step guided mapping activity. All students need to complete the assignment is a World History Textbook, Historical Atlas OR the internet. This is a great activity to leave with a substitute, since it requires only a textbook, crayons and no prep! Included is the 10 step Mapping the Silk Road handout and a Map of Europe, Africa & Asia. The 10 step handout also serves as a grade sheet/checklist for easy grading and assessment! If you liked this product and are interested in other hands-on Social Studies resources, please considers following my store. Red Stick Teaching Materials specializes with the following resources: Anchor Charts, Key Concept Puzzles, I have...Who has...games, & CHOICE BOARDS!
Mapping the 13 Colonies
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Mapping the 13 Colonies

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This ready to use Mapping Immigration Activity will give students an 11 step guided mapping activity about the 13 colonies, their economies and the political geography of North America during the colonial era. All students need to complete the assignment is an American History Textbook, Historical Atlas OR the internet. This is a great activity to leave with a substitute, since it requires only a textbook, crayons and no prep! Included is the 11 step Mapping the 13 Colonies handout and a Map of the 13 colonies plus the Ohio territory . The 11 step handout also serves as a grade sheet/checklist for easy grading and assessment!
The Silk Road Matching Game
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The Silk Road Matching Game

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Designed to assist students in reviewing The Silk Road and key attributes of the trade route. Print, cut and laminate for an easy go to game that is always ready. Students can play traditional "memory" or "go fish" style. Easy to understand visual aids have been included for each key concept. Answer key for matches is provided on the last page.
Economics Anchor Charts
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Economics Anchor Charts

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This set of 12 anchor charts covers foundation economic topics. The topics included in this set are: Goods & Services Supply & Demand Economic Systems Surplus & Scarcity Economic Consumers & Producers Competition Opportunity Cost Exports & Imports Tariffs Inflation Resources Taxes Print these anchor charts one to a page for classroom display, print them four to a page to provide students with instant flash cards or have students create interactive notebook entries with them. Anchor charts are an excellent way to incorporate visuals into daily lessons.
American History Word Wall: Colonies through Revolution
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American History Word Wall: Colonies through Revolution

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Are you looking for a way to display vocabulary words in your classroom in a meaningful way? This product is a word wall covering Colonial America and the Revolutionary War to help teach important vocabulary words to middle school and high school students. This Word Wall Set includes 77 word wall cards. Each has been designed to fill an 8 ½ by 11 page with the Vocabulary term, student friendly definition, and a picture. If you use the multiple page printing function you can print two to a page and they will still be clear for students to read. Word Wall cards can be printed 6 to a page to make flash cards for students!
Civil War Anchor Charts
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Civil War Anchor Charts

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This set of 25 anchor charts will provide students with a quick reference for key concepts in US history surrounding The events of the Civil War There Are Anchor Charts on the Following topics: The Union and Confederacy Abraham Lincoln Jefferson Davis Comparing the North and the South Union Military Leadership Confederacy Military Leadership Major Civil War Battles Fort Sumter First Battle of Bull Run/Manassas The Homestead Act The Battle of Shiloh Battle of Antietam The Emancipation Proclamation The Anaconda Plan The Battle of Ironclads Gettysburg The Gettysburg Address Vicksburg The Siege of Port Hudson African Americans in the War 1st Louisiana Native Guard Massachusetts 54th Regiment Siege of Fort Wagner Sherman’s March to the Sea Appomattox Courthouse Each anchor chart is designed with simple wording and graphics to assist students in reviewing and establishing connections with the material. Print 1 to a page for a chart in the classroom or print 4 to a page and provide students with flash cards or inserts for an interactive notebook! The possibilities are endless.
American Governemnt Review Puzzle
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American Governemnt Review Puzzle

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Have students review key government concepts by working to complete this puzzle. Once the teacher has copied the puzzle and cut out the pieces, this will be a go to review activity that students will be willing to work out multiple times. . Concepts covered in this puzzle: Types of Governments Federalism Pre Constitutional Document Branches of Government Parts of the Constitution
Ancient Greece Anchor Chart
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Ancient Greece Anchor Chart

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This set of 11 anchor charts can be used as a classroom reference tool when studying Ancient Greece, Alexander the Great and Mediterranean Culture. There are charts on the following topics: Minoa Mycenae Progression of Mediterranean Culture Types of Government Ancient Greece Athens & Democracy Sparta Mythology Greek Culture Alexander the Great The Legacy of Alexander the Great Teachers can project or print these anchor charts one to a page for a classroom reference tool or print 4 to a page to make student flash cards or interactive notebook entries. The possibilities are endless.
Important Documents in US History Cut and Paste
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Important Documents in US History Cut and Paste

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Have your students review key details surrounding Important Documents in US History in this interactive Cut & Past activity. Use this as an entry in an interactive notebook or as a stand alone review activity. Documents included are the Magna Carta, Mayflower Compact, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, US Constitution, Federalist Papers & The Bill of Rights.
World Religions Matching Game
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World Religions Matching Game

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Designed to assist students in reviewing World Religions and key attributes of each of the world's 5 major religions. Print, cut and laminate for an easy go to game that is always ready. Students can play traditional "memory" or "go fish" style. Easy to understand visual aids have been included for each key concept. Answer key for matches is provided on the last page.
I have...Who has...13 Colonies
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I have...Who has...13 Colonies

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Conduct an interactive review with students using this set of I have...who has... cards focusing on the 13 Colonies. This set of cards has been primarily designed for middle school, but could serve as a foundational review for any American History class
The Silk Road Anchor Charts
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The Silk Road Anchor Charts

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This set of 12 anchor charts can be used as a classroom reference tool when studying The Silk Road. From the Location of the Silk Road, to the Legacy of Marco Polo, these charts will provide students a snapshot of how this trade networked facilitated cultural diffusion for over 1000 years. There are charts on the following topics: The Silk Road Location of the Silk Road Impact of the Silk Road Caravans & Trade Cities The Silk Road & the Spread of Disease Trade Goods from the Silk Road The Silk Road & Religion Cultural Diffusion & the Silk Road Marco Polo Travels of Marco Polo Legacy of Marco Polo Marco Polo—Truth or Myth? Teachers can project or print these anchor charts one to a page for a classroom reference tool or print 4 to a page to make student flash cards or interactive notebook entries. The possibilities are endless.
Ancient China Anchor Charts
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Ancient China Anchor Charts

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This set of 15 anchor charts can be used as a classroom reference tool when studying Ancient China. This set contains information on the culture, dynasties and inventions of Ancient China. Each anchor chart will provide students a visual and concise information. There are charts on the following topics: Geography of China Social Structure in Historic China Religion in China Confucianism Chinese Dynasties Early Dynasties Mongol Rule in China Ming Dynasty Qing Dynasty Chinese Inventions Chinese Innovations The Great Wall of China The Terracotta Army The Chinese Grand Canal The Forbidden City Teachers can project or print these anchor charts one to a page for a classroom reference tool or print 4 to a page to make student flash cards or interactive notebook entries. The possibilities are endless.
Mapping the Civil War--1 Map/2 Guided Mapping Activities
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Mapping the Civil War--1 Map/2 Guided Mapping Activities

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This ready to use Mapping The Civil War will give students 2 different mapping activities both using the same map! The first activity is an 11 step overview of sectional crisis and which states made up the Union and Confederacy. The second mapping activity has students create a map representing key battles of the Civil War. All students need to complete either assignment is an American History Textbook, Historical Atlas OR the internet. This is a great activity to leave with a substitute, since it requires only a textbook, crayons and no prep! Included is the 11 step Mapping the Road to Civil War handout, the 13 step Mapping the Civil War Handout and US map from the Civil War including territories and West Virginia. Both Mapping handouts also serves as a grade sheet/checklist for easy grading and assessment
Free Anchor Chart Sampler
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Free Anchor Chart Sampler

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This sampler includes ANCHOR CHARTS from American History, Economics, Social Studies Skills, World History and US Government. Anchor charts are a great way to provide resources for visual learners. Each anchor chart has been designed to provide students with a quick review of key concepts along with visuals to increase comprehension and understanding.
ABC's of________ Vocabulary Activity
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ABC's of________ Vocabulary Activity

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Provide your students with an ABC review of any topic or unit of study. Teachers can provide the students with the list of terms to use, or the students can have free reign on the topic being studies. This is a great introduction to key vocabulary in a new unit or a cumulative review before a unit's assessment.
Mapping Early Man
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Mapping Early Man

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This ready to use Mapping Early Man Activity will give students a 12 step guided mapping activity about Early Man. All students need to complete the assignment is a American History Textbook, Atlas OR the internet. This is a great activity to leave with a substitute, since it requires only a textbook, crayons and no prep! Included is the 12 step Mapping Early man handout and the included Map. (please note, to give students additional room, the world map has been enlarged parts of the map have been cut off) The 12 step handout also serves as a grade sheet/checklist for easy grading and assessment!