Welcome to a great HANDS-ON and ENGAGING resource for your students to learn about important social studies topics.
This set of Order Up! focuses on the steps required for a bill to become a law in the United States!
They make perfect small group or whole class activities! Also works great as a pre-assessment or a follow-up activity after reading/studying about congress.
-Order Up! Student Sheet
-Teacher Directions and Suggestions
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I have been teaching elementary level students since 2000. Working with kids is one of the most rewarding experiences one can ask for. I have spent 1 year as a computer teacher (1200 students), 3 years as a 5th grade teacher, and I have been teaching 6th grade since 2005. As of 2015, I am the full-time administrator my my elementary school and I LOVE it.
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I was a Scholastic Teacher Advisor in 2006-2007
Teachers Pay Teachers Presenter for the 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, NV
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I received my associates degree from the College of Eastern Utah (Now Utah State Eastern). I then received my bachelors in elementary education from Southern Utah University. I obtained my masters in educational leadership from the University of Utah in 2011.
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