Have boxes for students to explore different countries
Writer's Workshop to help students formulate sentences while learning about the Declaration of Independence. This was designed for 3rd grade, but I think it could be modified seamlessly for a 4th grade class.
I like the message of the image, not so much the quote though.
The 13 Colonies of America: Clickable Map that you can click and gives you a little bit about each colony
Landform Flipbook FREEBIE - What a great, hands-on way to learn about social studies landforms!
Students "sticky tabbed" discriptions of a good citizen. She said next time she'd have all the shirts one color paper and the pants another.
Teaching Government Issues/Terms with Gummy Bears
5 Games to make Geography Exciting!
5 Games to make Geography Exciting! Spaghetti geography! Perfect for geography review and/or homeschooling. From blessedbeyondcrazy.com
Great Social Studies "where do I live" activity! I laminated the cards so students can do this as a daily practice by using dry erase markers to write and erase their personal information.