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Second grade learns about Native Americans

January 13, 2014 · Comments Off on Second grade learns about Native Americans · second grade, Social Studies

From Mr. DeLoach: Mr. DeLoach’s second grade class has recently finished studying about Native Americans.  We focused on three main regions that the Native Americans lived in years ago.  The 3 regions were the Eastern Woodlands, the Central Plains and the Southwest.  We compared and contrasted how particular Native American tribes from each region lived, […]

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Civil War Heroes

March 12, 2013 · Comments Off on Civil War Heroes · Fourth Grade, Social Studies

 Ms. Miller wanted to share the Voicethreads that her students created…      

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All Aboard the Freedom Train!

February 27, 2013 · Comments Off on All Aboard the Freedom Train! · English, Social Studies, Third Grade

From Ms. Roberson: Third grade recently went on a field trip to Willett Hall to see the play “Freedom Train”. This play told the true story of Harriet Tubman and how she worked on the Underground Railroad to help free slaves. The play laid some foundation work for the Social Studies SOL VS.7a that the […]

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Cardinal Directions in First Grade

October 15, 2012 · Comments Off on Cardinal Directions in First Grade · First Grade, Social Studies

First Graders at Victory have been busy studying maps and all things related. They especially love our Cardinal Directions Cheer.  North, South, East and West.  North Pole Icebergs are the best! North, South, East and West. South Pole penguins make their nest. North, South, East and West. Eastern sunrise ends our rest. North, South, East […]

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