Elementary Social Studies

Clubhouse Theme: What Are Celebrations? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids about celebrations! When friends, families and communities celebrate in the same way time after time it becomes a tradition! Celebrations can be for achievements, milestones, holidays and other special occasions.

 

Piedmont Region | Regions of Georgia

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Explore the Piedmont region of Georgia, including the region's major cities, climate, physical features, and the various plants and animals that call it home.

This video is a part of GPB Education’s Regions of Georgia virtual field trip, which you can view here.

Know Ohio | Johnny Appleseed

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Johnny Appleseed is an Ohio legend. In the 1770s, he traveled from Massachusetts to the Midwest planting apple and peach trees in exchange for 100 acre tracts of land in the American frontier. Historic markers around Ohio tell the tale of his travels and adventures.

The Sucarnochee Review: Featuring Jacky Jack White

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Learn about Jacky Jack White, a singer/songwriter who hosts the nationally syndicated radio show, "The Sucarnochee Revue." The “Revue” offers Alabama performers an opportunity to perform and preserve Alabama music and share that music with the rest of the world. The show is taped at the University of West Alabama in Livingston, Alabama and at the Temple Theatre in Meridian, Mississippi. It is aired on radio stations in ten states and overseas.

The Bozeman Trail | Experiencing the Bozeman Trail

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Learn how people traveled to remote mining areas and what life was like on the wagon trains in this segment from the documentary The Bozeman Trail. A guided viewing activity for the video is found in the Support Materials.

Dr. Craik, George Washington's Doctor | In Their Own Words

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Dr. Craik discusses George Washington's bravery, leadership, and ingenuity. He describes how General Washington used the science of medicine to help win the Revolutionary War.

Bayou Bartholomew: World's Longest Bayou

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Originating near Pine Bluff in Arkansas, Bayou Bartholomew has the unique distinction of being the longest bayou in the world. It stretches over 350 miles before emptying into the Ouachita River near Sterlington, LA. Bayou Bartholomew is not only a wonder of nature, but also a national treasure. It's one of the most diverse streams in North America and is home to hundreds of species of aquatic life as well as other forms of wildlife that make their homes on the bayou. Learn through personal accounts about life on and the history of the Bayou from those whose lives are intertwined with it, how it has changed through time, and the efforts to restore it to its former glory.

The Bozeman Trail | What Was the Fetterman Massacre?

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This resource has a video and accompanying worksheet about the Fetterman Massacre and its significance to the Bozeman Trail.

Honoring Our Vets l GI Jews

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Space Coast Honor Flight is part of a network of nonprofit organizations that takes U.S. military veterans to Washington, D.C., to see the memorials of their respective wars. The trip is organized and carried out at no cost to the veterans.  Arthur Friedman, a Jewish World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army Air Corps, was one of 25 veterans who traveled to Washington, D.C, on a recent trip with the group based in Brevard County, Florida. Friedman, who grew up in New York City, served in the Pacific during the war.

KidVision | Arch Creek Archaeology

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Miss Penny and the KidVision Kids visit Arch Creek Park and learn about archaeology. 

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