P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

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Camelids of the Andes by Hamza Shaukat 3-205

Who was Pachacuti?

Questions for Peruvian Incan Masters: Who was Pachacuti? What were his major contributions to Peru’s history? To where did his empire extend? When did he reign and for how long? Why did he live such a short life? What was his relationship to Hiram Bingham? When was Machu Picchu built? Where does it sit geographically? […]

Peruvian Song- El Condor Pasa – Andean Condor & Other Animals Facts

Today we are learning a new song from Peru called “El Condor Pasa” which means the Condor Passes By. Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view Flash movie, please turn it on and refresh this page] Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view […]

India – the South Asian Sub-Continent and The Indus River Valley Civilization

There are 1,252,000,000 people living in India. That is four times as many people that are living in United States today. When did this great nation begin? Where did it all start? For answers to some of these questions and more, visit the BBC Website about the Indus River Valley! QUESTIONS TO ANSWER: Where is […]

Visit TIME FOR KIDS – INDIA

Which part of India’s historical timeline was most interesting to you? Why? How can we create our own timeline? WHAT WAS THE INDUS VALLEY CIVILIZATION?

Major Asian Rivers That Are Sourced in Tibet

The Tibetan Plateau is a geographically spectacular area, surrounded by range upon range of extreme high-altitude mountains which provide the sources for many of Asia’s great rivers, including the Indus, Sutlej, Yarlung Tsampo (which becomes the Brahmaputra in India), Salween, Mekong, Yangtse, and Yellow rivers. – Yowangdu: Where is Tibet? LESSON PLAN

Mr. Fields Class Goes to The Old Stone House with Mr. Johnson

Located in a reconstructed 1699 Dutch farmhouse that was central to the Battle of Brooklyn, the Old Stone House is a museum and community resource that explores the American Revolution, colonial life and Brooklyn. The Old Stone House – Park Slope, Brooklyn

Winter Scenes by Jordan Parke 3-210

Betsy Ross & The American Flag Lesson

Students will use Paintbrush to create the First American Flag which was designed by Betsy Ross. Students will then create a blog posting giving details about the symbolism of the flag and the details surrounding its creation using the following resources: The Betsy Ross Homepage – US History dot org Betsy Ross & The American […]

Moving to 3 Grade by nicholas

well i had lots of fun in second grade but i need to move on. but i like the old teachers the most.but the best of all i had fun in second grade.i made this wrap for my old teachers.you are so cool you are so kind please get it or else you wont forget […]

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