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On Friday, January 20, thousands of supporters gathered at the US Capitol in Washington D.C to witness the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45<sup>th</sup> ...

Current Events for Teens | Grades 6 - 8 | Kids.gov | USAGov


Dec 6, 2016 ... Current Events for Teens | Grades 6 - 8. ... Play Games · Watch Videos. You are here Kids.gov Home > Teens > Social Studies > Current Events ...

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Archaeologists have found evidence of the original Plimoth Plantation settlement, the evolution of the Pilgrims' landing.

News & Current Events | Social Studies Central


The leading source for current events, news and non-fictional articles for kids and teachers ... A ton of online goodies that are perfect for social studies teachers

Social Studies: Current Events and Lessons - Page 1 | Listenwise

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Find public radio stories, current events, and lesson plans to use in your Science, Social Studies, or ELA classroom. Free audio and lessons!

News | TIME For Kids


Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45<sup>th</sup> president of the United States. View Full Article · Nation. DARREN HAUCK—GETTY IMAGES. Obama Says Goodbye.

CNN Student News - CNN.com


This Monday's special edition of CNN 10 reports on the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump and brings you an overview of related weekend events.

Social Studies Skills - The New York Times


In this lesson, we provide strategies to help students accurately interpret maps, and we suggest ways for using current event maps as a tool to better understand  ...

Current Events | National Council for the Social Studies


Current Events ... NCSS has collected resources from its journals Social Education, Social Studies and the Young Learner, and Middle Level Learning that ...

Social Studies - Huffington Post


Teachers are grappling with how to teach about the current Presidential election ... I've lost track of the other students in Miss Rankin's social studies class, but I would ... secondary students in meaningful discussions of very disturbing events?