Hands-On Social Studies for Ontario, Grade 2


An Inquiry Approach
by Jennifer Lawson

Grade: for grade 2
SKU: 978-1-55379-512-4 Categories: , Tag:

$116.00$145.00

Format:
  • Softcover
  • eBook

Filled with a year’s worth of classroom-tested hands-on, minds-on activities, this resource conveniently includes everything both teachers and students need.

The grade 2 book is divided into two units:

  • Changing Family and Community Traditions
  • Global Communities

STAND-OUT FEATURES

  • focuses on the goals of the Ontario Social Studies curriculum
  • adheres to the Growing Success document for assessment, evaluating, and reporting in Ontario schools
  • builds understanding of Indigenous knowledge and perspectives

TIME-SAVING, COST-EFFECTIVE FEATURES

  • includes the five components of the inquiry model
  • opportunities for self-reflection and activating prior knowledge
  • authentic assessment for, as, and of learning
  • social studies thinking concepts, guided inquiry questions, and learning goals
  • support for developing historical thinking skills

BUY THE PRINT AND EBOOK TOGETHER AND SAVE

  • price reflected at checkout
  • the ebook includes: embedded links for easier navigation and to connect to external resources, accessibility on multiple devices, and a printable PDF format

Hands-On Social Studies for Ontario, Grade 2 is available as an ebook in .pdf format. The ebook includes:

  • embedded links for easier navigation and to connect to external resources
  • accessibility on multiple devices
  • fillable and printable assessment pages

To purchase the ebook, select the eBook (.pdf) format using the “choose an option” drop-down menu to the left and check out as usual. You will be sent an email with instructions to download the file.

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