Literacy

Professional Development

September 12, 2012

Tedious Timelines!

We are working on timelines this week in social studies.  Distant past, past, and present are our vocabulary words to be exact.  Today we made a timeline.  You know those moments when the kids are already working on something and then you say to yourself, “Man! This would go faster if they had _______.” Well, today was one of those days.

If we would have had this….

….the whole process would have gone faster.  We drew pictures of us as babies for distant past, as kindergarteners for past, and as first graders for present.

Click it to grab it.  Enjoy! I hope you can use it with your little ones!!

Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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