Teach social studies—any time of the day! Kids will have a blast with these super-fun, super-quick activities that help build and reinforce essential social studies skills. Perfect for circle time, transition time, center time, and read-aloud time!
For young children, understanding the past begins with remembering their own personal experiences when they were little. Then they move to thinking about when their parents were children and when their grandparents were children. Activities such as interviewing family members, making a family scrapbook, and putting family photographs in chronological order help young children begin to understand the concept of history. Sharing this information with families and encouraging them to make time for some of these activities will benefit their children!