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Social Studies or Social Sciences Syllabus for West Bengal TET

Social Studies/ Social Sciences Syllabus for WBTET (i) History When, Where and How The Earliest Societies The First Farmers and Herders The First Cities Early States New Ideas The First Empire Contacts with Distant lands Political Developments C...
by Gadzets.Net on Feb 4, 2014

Social Studies in Our Homeschool

It’s now the third week of the Virtual Curriculum Fair. This week’s theme is Exploring Our World: Social Studies and more Science—includes history, geography, world cultures, worldview, biology, botany, geology, etc.  So, I’ll be sha...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jan 19, 2014

Social Studies With the Mississippi Blues Trail Curriculum

Fourth graders at one Mississippi school are learning social studies with the Mississippi Blues Trail Curriculum. Rhythm, rhyme and chord progression help the children absorb […]...
by How To Learn on Jan 2, 2014

Reflecting on Defining Moments

Some students are reflecting on defining moments in their lives as a part of a social studies assignment. Seventh grade social studies teachers at Northfield [...]...
by How To Learn on Dec 14, 2013

A New Type of Social Studies Class

Some schools are choosing to teach a new type of social studies class. Normally students aren't very excited about social studies and feel it's just [...]...
by How To Learn on Nov 21, 2013

Don’t Forget About Social Studies

Don't forget about social studies. With the focus on common core subjects like math, science and reading, social studies has taken a back seat at [...]...
by How To Learn on Nov 11, 2013

Learning About Other Countries with If You Were Me and Lived…Series by Away We Go Media

During our homeschool learning, I try to make sure we get some geography into the mix. Sometimes I’m better at doing this than can be the case. But, I love having the boys learn about far away places and cultures.  Carole P. Roman with Away We...
by Day by Day in Our World on Nov 5, 2013

American History Comes to Life with George Washington: True Patriot

When it comes to learning history, our family enjoys pulling from a variety of sources.  Textbooks can be good for a base, but they often come across dry and leave us feeling like history is ‘boring’. However, we found during a recent review tha...
by Day by Day in Our World on Oct 10, 2013

Learning about the Election Process with The Presidential Game

This year, R is studying a bit of civics.  Sometimes learning about how aspects of our government works can be a bit dry.  However, he’s getting a different style of learning tapped when it comes to the election process as our family was selected...
by Day by Day in Our World on Sep 25, 2013

The Presidential Game

This year, R is studying a bit of civics.  Sometimes learning about how aspects of our government works can be a bit dry.  However, he’s getting a different style of learning tapped when it comes to the election process as our family was...
by Day by Day in Our World on Sep 25, 2013

3rd Grade Social Studies (SST) Most Questions 2013 – 2014 by SARKARI NAUKRI

Panchayati Raj 3rd Grade Third Grade Exam 2013 Panchayati Raj Exam SST (Social Studies) Most Question Candidates who are preparing for 3rd grade exam with SST Subject can check some important Question with their Answer, We hope these questions will...

3rd Grade Social Studies (SST) Most Questions 2013 – 2014 by SARKARI NAUKRI

Panchayati Raj 3rd Grade Third Grade Exam 2013 Panchayati Raj Exam SST (Social Studies) Most Question Candidates who are preparing for 3rd grade exam with SST Subject can check some important Question with their Answer, We hope these questions will...

Alone Yet Not Alone: Historical Fiction from the French and Indian War #review

This past year, the boys and I worked our way through much of American History in our homeschool learning.  Our approach relied heavily upon reading books, many of which were from the historical fiction genre.  I’d have loved having Alone Yet Not...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 28, 2013

PowerMyLearning Is A Free Website That Makes Learning Fun

PowerMyLearning is a free website designed for K-12 students, parents, and educators. In fact you can make accounts for students, parents, and educators. It makes thousands of the best online learning activities accessible and very convenient becau...
by Women's Intuition on Aug 22, 2013

PowerMyLearning Is A Free Website That Makes Learning Fun

PowerMyLearning is a free website designed for K-12 students, parents, and educators. In fact you can make accounts for students, parents, and educators. It makes thousands of the best online learning activities accessible and very convenient becau...
by Women's Intuition on Aug 22, 2013

America the Beautiful from Notgrass Company: Interesting History for Homeschoolers

This past school year our family has been delving into American History.  For my younger boys, we relied heavily on living books along with some textbook reading.  Some of the ones we tried using just fell short and were discarded along the...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 11, 2013

Digging Deeper in American History: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder

As a young girl, I had a real fascination with Laura Ingalls Wilder. I loved the Little House books, adored the TV series and for a while resented that one of my sisters got the middle name of Elizabeth instead of me (’cause then I’d have...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 4, 2013

Punjabi University Result of M.A (Defense Studies, Fine Art, Gurmat Sangeet, Religious Studies IV,II, Social Work, Theater and TV )

Punjabi University Result of M.A (Defense Studies, Fine Art, Gurmat Sangeet, Religious Studies IV,II, Social Work, Theater and TV ) :-  Punjabi University has announced the M.A (Defense Studies) Sem-IV Exam Results, M.A (Fine Art) Sem-IV Ex...
by Recruitment 2013 on Aug 4, 2013

Fun-time School with Dig-It Games’ Mayan Mysteries iPad App

Games can be a fun way to expand the learning adventures in your homeschool.  There are now a LOT of electronic options available for kids of all ages.  In the past, we reviewed Roman Town by Dig-It Games. Our boys have been enjoying themse...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jul 12, 2013

A Crash Course in Citizenship and Business

What better lesson in citizenship than using the court system?As urban dwellers, we live in a traditional Buffalo double with lower and upper apartments.  For us it has turned out to be an economical way to live in one of the best urban neighbor...
by Homeschooling In Buffalo on May 5, 2013


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