Free Social Studies Resources
This page has free social studies resources for K-5 classrooms, homeschools, and parents.
Fire Safety Week is in October, and here is a free printable for the math centers for K-1.
What is poverty in America? Letter-size teaching posters for class discussion about poverty to use in the fall when setting up a kind classroom. Includes cut-and-paste worksheets for wants and needs.
Where is Reunion Island? How does it compare to Madagascar?
Our decision making mini-pack freebie is based on Minnesota standards.
Shanghai free A to Z Power Point and Google Slides presentations for K-5, download and view at this blog post
Free bingo game for K-4 Japan symbols and pictures, download at this blog post
Free Japan A to Z Power Point and SMART Board presentations for K-5, download at the blog post
Free China illustrated word wall words and word find, download at this blog post
Civil Rights Classroom March activity, download at the blog post
Korean and American Cinderella story comparison activity and word cards, download at the blog post
World Landmarks free illustrated cards, download at the blog post
India A to Z for K-5 Power Point and also a SMART Board presentation, download at the blog post
Netherlands interactive SMART Board presentation, cut and paste page, and writing pages PDF — free at the blog post
Or you might like the Netherlands informational SMART Board file only, located at this blog post.
Italy and Rome A to Z Interactive SMART Board and Power Point Presentations at the blog post, free
Free Printable for St. Nick Day in the Netherlands, this one is on Teachers Pay Teachers
Chinese Zodiac activities printable, download for free at the blog post
January and February bookmarks, reading record charts, and graphing activities PDF (opens at the blog post)Free dragon coloring pages and art ideas printable, downloads at the blog post
Happy New You! Resolution writing frames informational blog post and freebie..
You might also like the multigenre book, The Breadwinner, based on research.
You might also like the post about children’s schools around the world (informational).