Social Studies programs
PreK - 8th Grade
$19.95 / student
$14.95 / month for each additional PreK - 8th student
$30 / student
Includes 4 Courses
- Online Curriculum for
PreK to 12th Grades
- 1, 000+ Student-Paced Multimedia Activities
- Language Arts, Math, Science & Social Studies
- Interactive, Project-Based Activities
- Detailed Reporting for
- Lesson Plans & Teaching Tools for Parents
- Lessons Correlated to State Standards
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Social Studies Curriculum
Time4Learning offers an online, interactive social studies curriculum that can be used for homeschool, afterschool and summer skill building.
Social studies is available from first to seventh grade as a free bonus because many lessons are not animated and it doesn't correlate to all state standards. Students in eighth grade have the option to register for seventh grade social studies for free, or they can add high school to their membership at an additional cost.
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There are now programs that are teaching youngby anotherdrunk
People to laugh at themselves and others. I saw a presentation at the Kwanzaa Holiday Gift Show this weekend by a group calling Learning thorugh Laughter that is teaching the concept of self-effacing comedy.
If a young person can laugh at their quirks and differences, then studies have shown they are less likely to engage in violence, drop out and it increases their social skills. Jamie Foxx has a program that teachs the concept of socially conscious comedy and also teaches young comedians what is 'know laughing matter' so that their awareness of social issues is increased through a genre that is recognizable to everyone -- comedy.
Consistent with social science researchby Live_Aloha
Just one of many studies that indicates 1)the sooner you help a child, the better that child's chance of succeeding 2)Such proactive spending is almost always less expensive that 'reactive' spending, i.e. preschool programs are cheaper than the prisons the failed kids are headed towards.
I hardly think pointing out that preschool teachers are making less than bus drivers or janitors is bias but yet another example of America apparently not putting much value on people who work with people.
Social Studies Program
Book (Yellow Umbrella Books)
Dist. 62 Adopts Interactive History Program In Classes — Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
More Des Plaines students will experience through their own eyes what it was like to cast a vote to rebel against the British and live during other historical events thanks to a new program.
Program Evaluation: Methods and Case Studies, 7th Edition
Book (Prentice Hall)
Spelling, Grade 3 (Spectrum)
Geography's Impact: World Geography (Holt Social Studies Video Program)
Every Book Is a Social Studies Book: How to Meet Standards with Picture Books, K-6
eBooks (Libraries Unlimited)