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I am switching from teaching ELA and SS to just teaching 6th grade SS all day. I have had a Mystery Theme for the last few years (That I love!). I am trying to think of ways to use at least some of it, but tweak it more toward an archaeology focus. I have a few ideas, but would appreciate any additional ideas. I have found some clip art to use, but could use some bulletin board sayings. All I have so far is "Can you dig it?" and "Explore the World". Any help would be appreciated. TIA

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TeechNKidz 05-23-2015 04:37 AM

Thank you for the great ideas! I appreciate the help!

luvtulearn 05-16-2015 09:17 AM

1) Perhaps you can use "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Math" to integrate math into SS.
2) " Digging Up Great Facts" ( shovel)
3) "Spotted Great Work" ( with binoculars )
Here is a link that can give you more ideas on an adventure theme ex. . .adding magnifying glasses, compasses etc. ..,

http://www.proteacher.net/discussion...d.php?t=239691

TeechNKidz 05-16-2015 06:19 AM

I am switching from teaching ELA and SS to just teaching 6th grade SS all day. I have had a Mystery Theme for the last few years (That I love!). I am trying to think of ways to use at least some of it, but tweak it more toward an archaeology focus. I have a few ideas, but would appreciate any additional ideas. I have found some clip art to use, but could use some bulletin board sayings. All I have so far is "Can you dig it?" and "Explore the World". Any help would be appreciated. TIA




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