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Elementary School

Lessons and Resources for Classroom Use That Meet California History-Social Science Standards
Here you will find lessons, programs, and resources to excite your students about early California history.
These standards-based activities for elementary school provide collaborative experiences and fun in learning.

Lessons

FREE LESSONS

Social Studies

Law

  • Going to Law School  from People v. A. Wolf. National Civics Standards 8 and 18 and HSS Standards 3.4.

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    People v. A. Wolf: Based on the award-winning children’s book The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs, this two-part simulation takes students through the process of selecting a jury and conducting a trial.
  • Sha-La-Law:Justice, the Courts and You: This DVD and lessons are designed to give students a basic introduction to the way in which society handles conflicts through the use of the justice system.

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  • People v. Meadows: A mock trial and lesson on the right to privacy. Students engage in a criminal trial simulation and learn the fundamentals of due process, proof beyond a reasonable doubt, and the jury system.
  • More. . .

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web_celebrateCelebrate America provides free classroon lessons and activities for meaningful celebration of America’s civic holidays. Currently available is an interactive site on the Fourth of July, which includes interactive PowerPoint presentations, reader’s theatre, plays, movies, music, puzzles, coloring books, and arts and crafts. Topics include the American Revolution, American Heros, Declaration of Independence, and the Thirteen Colonies.

Explore your Community!-click here to search for historical links to communities throughout California