Education Evolved for Missouri

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Engage ALL K-5 students in SOCIAL STUDIES

Introducing a NEW Studies Weekly Social Studies curriculum within our student-friendly periodical format and robust online learning platform, that fully aligns with Missouri Social Studies Standards.

Same periodical format you love.
ALL NEW CONTENT

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All grades are organized into thematic units and aligned with the social studies strands of civics and government, geography, economics, and history. Because state standards now require Missouri History in 3rd grade, Studies Weekly has aligned its curriculum accordingly.

Kindergarten

1st Grade

2nd Grade

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

Expand your Teaching
IN CLASS
and through
REMOTE LEARNING

With a
FULLY INTEGRATED
Online Experience

Teacher View

Student View

Designed to encourage INQUIRY

Students design inquiries, analyze & evaluate evidence, communicate conclusions, and take action.

Dedicated weekly issues so teachers can scaffold and directly teach the skills of inquiry.

Inquiry-based discussions integrated throughout the curriculum so students investigate and engage in problem-solving.

Inquiry lesson plans on various topics such as industrial revolution, civil rights, and immigration.

Introducing a WELL-BEING Resource

This will help you teach, examine, and support well-being discussion, instruction, and reflection.

Well-being ensures that all students THRIVE physically, socially, emotionally, mentally, and academically.

Well-Being

32 weekly issues of ARTICLES and LESSON PLANS

Topics include:

  • Self-regulation
  • Managing emotions
  • Empathy
  • Resilience
  • Cooperation & Collaboration
  • Growth Mindset
  • Decision-making
  • Stress Management
  • Mindfulness

Integrated DISCUSSION QUESTIONS with each weekly issue

Discuss Ruby Bridges

  • Ruby Bridges was only 6 years old when she helped our nation learn about integration. What is something you have done that took a lot of bravery?
  • What can you do to help encourage others to be brave?
  • What can you do to support others when they are doing something challenging?

The Environment

Questions Like:

  • How do the elements of your environment affect your well-being and having your basic needs met? 
  • If a community or area does not have access to materials that meet their basic needs, what problems occur? 
  • How are you impacted by your physical environment?
  • How does your physical environment impact you?

See how our curriculum will ENGAGE STUDENTS

At a per student price much lower than textbooks.

Get print and online for every student in your class for the entire school year at only 7.95 per student.

Manage students’ progress all in one place through Google Classroom, Canvas, and Clever integrations.

Engage students with ready-to-use lessons that incorporate essential learning strategies and activities.

Lesson plans include learning strategies to meet the needs of ALL learners in class or during distance learning.

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