Core Knowledge 3rd Grade Social Studies Timeline Posters & Activity Pack
Add some pizzazz to your classroom this year! This creative resource came about as a special request for a teacher friend. She wanted a way to display a timeline with all her social studies units for the year for her 3rd-grade classroom (CKLA).
As we worked on this unit, other ideas for activities emerged until we ended up with this final resource with 60 photo posters and related activities. I hope you enjoy using it as a learning tool in your classroom too!
The photo posters can be used in many different ways.
✔Display them around the classroom in chronological order to refer back to throughout the year
✔Post them as a bulletin board display for each domain/unit
✔Display them as you work on each domain then add them to the timeline that circles around the classroom.
✔Use them to introduce each domain/unit
Timelines can be a confusing concept for younger students. There are several timeline activities included to help students grasp this concept. There are 3 different timeline activity pages included in this pack. I have included two different versions of each timeline. One is a cut, sort, and glue activity that matches the dates on the photo posters—great as an activity for centers. The other one is a blank timeline so students can write in their own dates and information for important historical events.
There are 60 Photo Posters for the following domains included:
✔Ancient Rome Civilization
✔Exploration in North America
✔Life in the 13 Colonies
This is a companion resource and instructional tool for Core Knowledge Third Grade-Engage NY classrooms.
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• For personal use, classroom use, and non-commercial use only. It is unlawful to distribute any part of this file for any reason (whether they are free or for purchase).
- Clipart, graphics, photographs, found inside this product are copyrighted. They may not be extracted from this file without written permission from the original artist(s).
- We'd love to see how you use these activities in your classroom--- Tag @heart2heartteaching on Instagram!
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