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Learn about the past and present with these engaging, language-building activities! This social studies unit includes low-prep graphic organizers, sorting activities, and writing activities to discuss and learn about America then and now.
Lead your students to discuss past and present while meeting social studies and ELA standards with this resource.
Here's what you'll get:
Your students will love learning about how America and the world have changed. They'll meet social studies and ELA standards while developing vocabulary and language skills, and working on higher-order thinking skills.
Prep is quick and easy... Just print the labels and assemble the graphic organizers and recording pages!
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