Today in Social Studies Wednesday 10/16
Today in Social Studies Tuesday 10/15/19
Go to this link and read about the Iroquois Native American Tribe. DO NOT even dare to start the quiz below until you have read the whole page and taken the 10 question quiz at the bottom of that website page.
THEN do the quiz below
Finally, you can go on sporcle us states. https://www.sporcle.com/games/Matt/find_the_states If you have mastered that try this challenge: https://www.sporcle.com/games/mhershfield/us-states-no-outlines-minefield
If you are having trouble seeing the quiz below, use this link instead. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdhehZsyucHXI_a3qewNFICKa2rRSaCQk3xWllw_aeyVTZflQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Fourth Grade Social Studies today, Tuesday, September 24th, 2019
Use this website http://www.american-historama.org/1841-1850-westward-expansion/westward-expansion.htm to answer the questions on this quiz:
Read/study the site and answer the questions on a google doc:
American Historama site: http://www.american-historama.org/1841-1850-westward-expansion/westward-expansion.htm
Quizlet link for test on Friday: https://quizlet.com/168838236/types-of-government-flash-cards/
Ms. O’Brien’s class link: https://newsela.com/quickjoin/#/H92U5T
Mr Krump’s class link: https://newsela.com/quickjoin/#/VJE3ZD
This week in Social Studies:
Why do countries declare independence from other countries?
Learning about the Declaration of Independence:
Click on the link. Read all of it. Click on the 10 question quiz.
Show Mr. Krump your 90 or 100 score
QUIZLET link for DECLARATION VOCAB https://quizlet.com/_5sq5yj
KID FRIENDLY DICTIONARY click on the link below
This week in Social Studies: use this ducksters link: https://www.ducksters.com/history/aztec_maya_inca.php
Link for NYC Manhattan Landmarks: https://kids.kiddle.co/List_of_National_Historic_Landmarks_in_New_York
Sporcle Link: https://www.sporcle.com/games/g/states
Today, Wednesday, 6/6/18, in social studies follow the instructions and answer the questions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17Y_ZmScYn9HB5suaHPqejQ6mfCFPMycomtdIexVnVpE/edit?usp=sharing
Today in Social Studies: Click on the link below and use the website to answer the questions. Then go to sporcle.com and countries of north America and then countries of south America trivia games.
TEST on Thursday in Social Studies
Use this link to study and your timeline: https://quizlet.com/_4x14hv
Declaration Quiz based on book from Trueflix:
Making a timeline of events around the Declaration of Independence. Use this link: http://www.ducksters.com/history/revolutionarywartimeline.php
Government: Types of Government Test – study on quizlet AND the notes Use this link:
Today, Wednesday 10/24 in Social Studies
Today, Friday 10/20 in Social Studies
Read through The Inuit Thought of It. Make 10 questions for classmates to answer on a google form
Today in Social Studies
Stations: you will be rotating through three stations today. Tables 1 and 2 will go to station 1. Tables 3 and 4 to station 2. Tables 5 and 6 will go to station 3
- Use the quizlet link below. Do learn, games and test. Try to get 90 – 100 on the test. Use a chromebook
2. Read pages 146 to 156 in the Social Studies Textbook. Make one question per section for your classmates to answer. Write it on loose-leaf paper and put it in the bin.
3. Compare maps and answer the questions on the bulletin board in the hallway.
Today in Social Studies Friday, 9/15/17
Try these sporcle geography quizzes. You can’t do the second one until you can name 25 states on the first one:
Today in Social Studies:
- Go to this link
2. Answer the questions below. 3. Make a new document with 8 – 10 questions on google docs (5 of them have to be multiple choice with four choices) 4. Share the document with me.
The Louisiana Purchase and Louis and Clark
The Louisiana Purchase in a nutshell
Study for quiz on Friday use the QUIZLET link below.
QUIZLET review of Articles of Confederation to Constitution
Today in Social Studies (first week of April)
Do flash cards, learn, games, test
Today in Social Studies – Thursday, March 9th:
Click on this link and read about the Constitution. As you read answer the questions below on the mini-review (open two tabs).
This week in Social Studies:
Read about three different country’s independence movements. Take each quiz below the website links. Click on the link and scroll down on this page for the quiz for each station.
Here are links