Pioneers by their log cabin

There is an elderly couple (the woman is sitting), an adult woman, and a girl. The cabin appears to be whitewashed, and there is a stovepipe coming through the roof. There is a washtub in front of the cabin. Likely taken in North Dakota.

Second Grade Unit Plan

This is a Second Grade Lesson Plan. This unit integrates Communication Skills Lang Arts Social Studies History Art Technology and Information skills in an interesting and informative way. It provides students with the opportunity to better understand their own family’s similarities and differences. During our study students will also look at other student’s families and see similarities and differences. We will investigate earlier settlers in our area and learn about their lifestyles through use of the web.

By Donna Brown

Peachtree Elementary School- Cherokee County Schools

Adventures of the American Mind- Western Carolina University

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