Social studies classroom

Transform your social studies classroom into an engaging and inspiring learning environment. Discover top ideas to create a space that sparks curiosity and encourages active participation.
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Welcome! Here is the view of our first grade hallway at Wayland Bonds Elementary! This year we decided to go with a camping theme. We made our doorways look like log cabins by making logs out of butcher paper. We all bought a pine tree from Mardels. I also had my mom sew red and white checker curtains for each of our windows. Each one of our doorways has our names on them out of the wooden letters you can purchase from Hobby Lobby or Michaels. Here is the camping welcome sign as you enter…

Annie Robinson
Building Book Love : Middle School World History Classroom: Inspiration for a small and windowless classroom Interior, Classroom Ideas, Decoration, Design, Middle School Classroom Decor, Middle School Classroom, High School Classroom, Classroom Inspiration, School Classroom

My husband is one of the best teachers I know. I can verify this because I hear, “MR. BIBLE IS MY FAVORITE TEACHER !!!” every time my own students figure out we are married. I could get jealous, but mostly I just get proud. That’s why I set out to surprise him with a world ... Read More about Middle School World History Classroom: Inspiration for a small and windowless classroom

Jessica Clevenger
These ideas are all great for increasing student engagement and learning in my classroom for 2023! High School Social Studies Classroom, Middle School Social Studies Lessons, High School Social Studies, Social Studies Middle School, Social Studies Class, Social Studies Projects Middle School, Social Studies Lesson, Social Studies Teaching Strategies, 6th Grade Social Studies

Teaching social studies is more of a challenge than ever before. Here are 5 key trends for 2023 to help your teaching be less stressful and more impactful for your students.

Aimee La Dow