Children use their investigative skills and powers of deduction to complete a series of questions and prompts about their local government.
The 5 Great Lakes consist of Lake Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. Challenge your child with these basic trivia questions!
This four-page printable can be made into your community map with information and pop-up buildings.
Resources are an important concept in economics. Introduce your child to three different types of resources with a fun worksheet!
Get your rafts ready, it's time to take a trip down the major rivers of the United States! Read the clues to figure out how to lable each river on this map.
Master map makers, can you fill in the blanks to this mountainous map? Learn the major mountains of the United States with this fun comprehension activity!
Your child might be unaware of the community services that help her family every day. She'll keep track of the places and people that assist her in a week.
This worksheet is a brief introduction to the human rights activist and feminist Dorothy Pitman Hughes.
What would you do if you were president? Think deep and pour it out on this worksheet.
This book is about family, big or small! Use it to help kids jot down notes about where their first name came from, where family has been and learn to ask questions in an interview.
What if your child were President? Get your learner's political mind pumping with a writing activity about what they would do as President of the United States.
Use this reading and writing worksheet to teach first and second grade students about Angela Davis and her life as an activist, writer, and scholar.
Along with a couple library related word games, this fun worksheet has your child do a little research on the place he can call "my library."
Do you know your local heroes? Meet your local police officer, fire fighter, doctor, dentist, emergency technician (EMT) and veterinarian.
Budding essayists will practice organizing their ideas using the template and prompts on this worksheet.
Help nurture a sense of civic engagement—and encourage letter-writing skills, too—with this fill-in-the blanks letter-writing activity.
This lesson plan teaches kids about W.E.B. Du Bois through video and a short informational text. Students will compare/contrast their findings and create a poster in small groups showing what they learned.
Use this lesson plan as an introductory activity to kick-off a short, project-based learning unit where students will research black visionaries and share what they learned.
This engaging lesson plan provides students with an opportunity to learn all about America's prima ballerina, Maria Tallchief.