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					                             Social Studies Activities
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Adamson, Lynda. Literature Connections to American History K-6: Resources to Enhance and Entice. 1998.
         CML 973.016 A221L
-----. Literature Connections to American History 7-12: Resources to Enhance and Entice. 1998.
         CML 973.016 A221Li
Albyn, Carole Lisa. The Multicultural Cookbook for Students. 1993. CML 641.59 A344m
Alleman, Janet. Social Studies Excursions, K-3. 2002. CML 372.83 A424s v.1-3
Allen, Michael G. Middle Grades Social Studies: Teaching and Learning for Active and Responsible
         Citizenship. 1994. CML 300.71273 A427m
Aten, Jerry. 50 Nifty States. 1990. CML 372.891 A864f
Baicker, Karen. Immigration. 2003. CML 372.89 B152i
-----. The Westward Movement. 2002. CML 973 B152w
Banks, James A. Teaching Strategies for Ethnic Studies. 1991. CML 301.451071 B218t 1991
Barchers, Suzanne I. Cooking Up U.S. History: Recipes and Research to Share with Children. 1991.
         CML 641.5973 B243c
Beers, Kylene. Into Focus: Understanding and Creating Middle School Readers. 1998. CML 372.4 I617
Benscoter, Dee. Social Studies Activities Kids Can’t Resist! 2002. CML 300.7 B474s
Borlenghi, Patricia. Country Topics for Craft Projects: Italy. 1993. j945 B735i 1995
Branch, Muriel Miller. Step Beyond: Multimedia Activities for Learning American History. 1995.
         CML 973.071 B816s
Breeden, Terri. The Middle Grades Teacher’s Handbook for Cooperative Learning. 1991.
         CML 373.236 B832m
Burrill, Richard. Protectors of the Land: An Environmental Journey to Understanding the Conservation Ethic.
         1994. CML 179.1 B971p
Chapin, June R. A Practical Guide to Middle and Secondary Social Studies. 2003. CML 300.712 C463p
Children’s Literature & Social Studies: Selecting & Using Notable Books in the Classroom. 1996.
         CML 372.83 C5365
Clegg, Luther B. Celebrating Diversity: A Multicultural Resource. 1995. CML 370.196 C624c
Danielson, Charlotte. Getting Along: A Social Skills Curriculum. 1989. CML 370.115 D186g
Drake, Frederick. Engagement in Teaching History: Theory and Practices for Middle and Secondary
         Teachers. 2005. CML 907.12 D761e
Earth Maker’s Lodge: Native American Folklore, Activities and Foods. 1994. j970.1 E12
Ellis, Arthur K. Teaching and Learning Elementary Social Studies. 1998. CML 372.83044 E47t
Farnett, Cherrie. People Need Each Other. 1989. CML 158 F235p
Fredericks, Anthony. Much More Social Studies Through Children’s Literature: A Collaborative Approach.
         2007. CML 372.83 F852mu
-----. Social Studies Through Children’s Literature: An Integrated Approach. 1991. CML 372.83 F852s
Ganeri, Anita. Country Topics for Craft Projects: France. 1993. j944 G196f 1995
-----. Country Topics for Craft Projects: Mexico. 1994. j972 G196m 1995
Garfield, Gary M. Dig That Site: Exploring Archaeology, History, and Civilization on the Internet. 1997.
         CML 930.1 G231d
-----. Galloping Along the Old West Trails: An Integrated Social Studies Unit. 1996. CML 372.89044 G231g
Gerke, Pamela. Multicultural Plays for Children Vol. 2, Grades 4-6. 1996. j812 G369m
Glandon, Shan. Caldecott Connections to Social Studies. 2000. CML 372.83044 G545c
Gordon, Patricia. Kids Learn America!: Bringing Geography to Life with People, Places, and History. 1992.
         j973 G664k
Graham, Leland. Social Studies Fair Projects and Research Activities. 2001. CML 300.71 G739s
Gross, Fred E. Power of Numbers: Teacher’s Guide to Mathematics in a Social Studies Context. 1993.
         CML 510.712 G878p
Gustafson, Chris. Acting Cool! Using Reader’s Theatre to Teach Language Arts and Social Studies in Your
         Classroom. 2003. CML 372.6 G982a
Hart, Avery. Pyramids!: 50 Hands on Activities to Experience Ancient Egypt. 1997. j932 H325p
Harvey, Karen. How to Teach About American Indians: A Guide for the School Library Media Specialist.
         1995. CML 970.004 H341h
Herbert, Janis. Civil War for Kids: A History with 21 Activities. 1999. j973.7 H536c
In Search of King Tut’s Tomb. 1993. j932 I35
Irving, Jan. Full Speed Ahead: Stories and Activities for Children on Transportation. 1988.
         CML 372.6 I72f
Jackson, Doris. Booklinks to American History. 1994. CML 372.83 B724 v. 1-8
-----. Booklinks to World History. 1994. CML 372.83 B7245 v. 1-4
Kelly, Joanne. Newbery Authors in Time and Place: Integrating Social Studies and Literature Grades 5-8.
         1994. CML 372.83 K29n
King, David C. Colonial Days: Discover the Past with Fun Projects, Games, Activities, and Recipes. 1998.
         j973 K525c
-----. Pioneer Days: Discover Days: Discover the Past with Fun Projects, Games, Activities, and
         Recipes. 1997. j978.02 K52p
LaFromboise, Teresa D. American Indian Life Skills Development Curriculum. 1992. CML 362.2 L169a 1996.
Latrobe, Kathy. Social Studies Readers Theatre For Young Adults: Scripts and Script Development. 1991.
         CML 373.1332 L364s.
Lipman, Doug. We All Go Together: Creative Activities For Children To Use With Multicultural Folk Songs.
         1994. RT 372.87 L
McGuire, J. Victor. Bridges: A Self-Esteem Activity Book for Students in Grades 4-6. 1995.
         CML 372.181 M148b
Marden, Patricia C. Cooking Up World History: Multicultural Recipes and Resources. 1994.
         CML 641.59 M322c
Marsh, Carole. Oklahoma State Greats. 1995. j920 M365o
-----. Oklahoma Timeline: A Chronology of Oklahoma History, Mystery, Trivia, Legend, Lore & More. 1995.
         j976.6 M365o
Meeting the Standards: Social Studies Readings for K-6 Educators. 1997. CML 372.83044 M495.
Merrill, Yvonne. Hands-On Rocky Mountains: Art Activities about Anasazi, American Indians,
         Settlers, Trappers, and Cowboys. 1996. j745.5 M571h q
Miller, Wanda. U. S. History Through Children’s Literature: From the Colonial Period to WWII. 1997.
         CML 973.071 M652u.
Newmann, Dana. Ready-To-Use Activities and Materials on Coastal Indians: A Complete Sourcebook for
         Teachers K-8. 1996. CML 978.00497 N556r
Nickelsen, LeAnn. Comprehension Activities for Reading in Social Studies and Science. 2003.
         CML 372.6 N632c
Partin, Ronald L. The Social Studies Teacher’s Book of Lists: With Ready-to-Use Teaching Ideas and
         Activities. 1998. CML 372.83 P273so
Priceman, Marjorie. How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World. 1996. jE Pri 1996
The Revolutionary War: [videorecording]. 1995. VT 973.3 R454 v.1-3
Rubel, David. The United States in the 19th Century. 1996. j973.5 R894u
Schell, Emily. Teaching Social Studies: A Literacy-Based Approach. 2007. CML 300.71 S322t
Savage, Tom V. Effective Teaching in Elementary Social Studies. 2000. CML 372.83 S264e 2000
Silver, James F. Ready-to-Use American History Activities for Grades 5-12. 1995. CML 973.071 S587r
Singer, Alan J. Social Studies for Secondary Schools: Teaching to Learn, Learning to Teach. 2003.
         CML 300.71273 S617s 2003
Steinberg, Adria. City Works: Exploring Your Community. 1999. CML 317.19 S819c
Tames, Richard. Country Topics for Craft Projects: Great Britain. 1994. j745.5 T157g 1995
-----. Country Topics for Craft Projects: Japan. 1994. j952 T157p 1995
Thompson, John. Hooked on Presidents!: 75 Ready-to-use Puzzle Activities Based on American Presidents
         from 1789-1994. 1995. CML 973.099 T473h
Understanding Asian-Americans: A Curriculum Resource Guide. 1990. CML 973.0495 U55
U. S. Map Giant Puzzle. 1998. GA 912.73 U105
VanCleave, Janice. Geography for Every Kid: Easy Activities That Make Learning Geography Fun. 1993.
         j910 V222j
Vincent, Victoria. Great Careers for People Interested in the Past. 1996. j331.702 V774g 1996
Wannamaker, Hallie Ann. Ready-To-Use Multicultural Activities For The American History Classroom: Four
        Centuries of Diversity From the 1600's to the Present. 1996. CML 973.07 W249r
Willard, Nancy. Cracked Corn and Snow Ice Cream. 1997. j031.02 W694c
Wyman, Richard. America’s History Through Young Voices: Using Primary Sources in the K-12 Social Studies
        Classroom. 2005. CML 973.071 W984a


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