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Check out this 4th Grade Social Studies Lesson "Was the Battle of Fort Sumter teh Start of the Civil War?" For lesson resources and more videos visit the Everyday Inquiry in Elementary Social Studies Video Series.
4th Grade Georgia Standards of Excellence for Social Studies
Fourth Grade Teacher Notes
Abolitionist and Suffrage Movements
American Revolution: The Fight for Independence
The Civil War - Its Causes, People, and Events
The Constitution and the Constitutional Convention
Factors that Led to the American Revolution
French and Indian War
Physical Geography and Battles of the American Revolution
War of 1812 and Westward Expansion
Fourth Grade Curriculum Map
Unit 1: Connecting Themes Unit 2: Forming a New Nation NEWDocument SetUnit 3: Challenges of a New Nation NEW Document SetUnit 4: The Nation Expands NEWSource SetUnit 5: Civil War and Reconstruction NEWSource Set Unit 6: Economics Source Set
Unit 2: Topic – Causes of the American Revolution: French and Indian War
Unit 4: Topic - The Lewis and Clark Expedition
Unit 4: Topic - Time, Place, and Story: Lewis & Clark PPT
Founding-Fathers PPTDeclaration of Independence: Why take Risks? PPT
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