Classroom Complete Interactive
Sign In Sign Up
 
 
Social Studies > Grades 5, 6, 7, 8 > Africa

Africa

Grades 5 to 8 - eBook - Lesson Plan

  • Africa Gr. 5-8 - eBook
  • Africa Gr. 5-8 - eBook
  • Africa Gr. 5-8 - eBook
  • Africa Gr. 5-8 - eBook
  • Printable sample pages have opened in another window
Order #: CCP5753 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-311-1 Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 60 Author: Irene Evagelelis & David McAleese
$16.95
Add To Cart
  • I love these units.

    Leanne Fanale
  • This was helpful teaching a pull out social studies group well below grade level.

    - -
  • Exactly what I needed!

    - -

Description

**THIS IS AN INSTANT DOWNLOAD**

Take a trip back to the cradle of life and explore the great Sahara Desert in Africa. Become familiar with the national capitals and major cities where the majority of the human population reside. Get a sense of the location of different countries in Africa by placing them in their correct categories in a graphic organizer. Collect facts about the Masal people of eastern Africa. Research two of the endangered animals in Africa to evaluate just how close they are to extinction. Design a pamphlet to showcase why the camel is suited to travel in the desert. Describe the Nile Valley and Serengeti Plains, and explain what makes these regions unique. Understand where the major lakes and rivers are in Africa by examining a waterway map. Aligned to your State Standards and the Five Themes of Geography, additional maps, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

************************************************************************
View Similar Titles:

North America
South America
Europe
Asia
Australia
Antarctica


Product Reviews

Leanne Fanale

I love these units.

-- Michelle Beauregard

This was helpful teaching a pull out social studies group well below grade level.

-- Shelbie Embro

Exactly what I needed!

This content comes from a hidden element on this page.

The inline option preserves bound JavaScript events and changes, and it puts the content back where it came from when it is closed.
Click me, it will be preserved!

If you try to open a new ColorBox while it is already open, it will update itself with the new content.

Updating Content Example:
Click here to load new content