Looking for digital social studies units to engage your Grade 4/5 students? ! Check out this Grade 4/5 Social Studies Bundle, written to meet the expectations of the 2018 Ontario Curriculum. This full year bundle was created for use with Google Slides, and contains tons of engaging activities for your students. This resource allows you to teach just ONE lesson to BOTH grades, using the big ideas of the curriculum!
This unit contains resources to meet the following Ontario Social Studies Strands:
► Grade 4: Early Societies to 1500 CE
► Grade 5: Indigenous Peoples and Europeans Prior to 1713
► Grade 4: Political and Physical Regions of Canada
► Grade 5: The Role of Responsible Citizenship and Government
PLEASE NOTE: This digital bundle is a companion resource for the printable (PDF) version, available for separate purchase in my TPT store. The student tasks align with the 3-part lessons in the printable version.
You can check out the original printable version of the bundle here:
This digital bundle is available as a full year “printable AND digital” bundle. You check it out here:
This blended bundle includes
• full 3-part lesson plans
• student-friendly engaging texts & tasks
• mapping activities
• hyperlinks to relevant websites and videos
• chat stations
• assessment tools
• answer keys
What will I need to assign this resource to my students?
You will require:
❶ Access to the internet
❷ A Google Drive Account
I already own your original Grade 4/5 Strand A Social Studies bundle. Why should I consider purchasing this digital version?
✔The digital resources completely align with the regular units. This makes it extremely easy to meet IEP accommodations for specific students with little effort on your part.
✔ The digital resources are paperless, which is perfect if your school administrator is asking you to cut down on photocopying!
✔ The saturated, full-colour interactive slides are engaging for students.
✔ It’s easy to implement with distance learning.
✔ It’s just fun to use!
Can I edit this resource?
I have left 95% of the texts in editable form for two reasons:
➀ to ensure that students are able to use Google Read & Write with the activities.
➁ to allow teachers to edit texts and tasks when they feel it suitable for their class or to address IEP accommodations for specific students.
How do I collect student work?
Your students will simply complete their own copies of the lessons, and turn it into your platform (ie. Google Classroom).