Thank you JJ - a remix is always fun! Other curricular areas could do the same. Often teachers want to know how an activity will relate their specific content.
30 History/Social Studies Learning Creatives
This learning idea is based off of Apple’s 30 Creative Activities for Kids (Please see also post 10 Minute Tryouts) and 30 Time-Saving Tips for Teachers. It has the focus of History/Social Studies content activities wrapped around a social studies standard or skill.
It was my original goal to try and create one example for each of the 30. If you’ve tried anything similar to one or more of the 30, could you tell us what you did and how it worked in your classroom or with social studies professional learning? Just reply below or reply to the post 10 Minute Tryouts. Let’s get those collaborative Social Studies juices flowing!
I love this History take on the 30 Creative Activities. Thanks for sharing all these great ideas.
This is fantastic! Thank you for sharing! I love the variety of creative options for the students to bring the content to life in fun and engaging ways!
Thanks Brent - I believe fun, engaging and digital are wonderful inroads to learning. And having some student choice is important too!
What a great idea! This could work well in an English-History integrated classroom too. Thanks for sharing this resource 🏻
Absolutely Linda! English-History integrated classes could really come up with some super projects!
This is so great! Social Studies teachers everywhere will love this resource... and educators of other subject areas can easily follow your lead. What a superior example of using creativity to teach content!
Thanks Katie! I hope teachers can add an example here of how they have re-mixed these activities to meet their classroom content.
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Posted on August 30, 2022
I love how you have taken an existing resources and added further value to it. Great lesson for all of us, don't reinvent the wheel.