Country Research Projects
Our country research projects encourage students to investigate world geography and cultures. Each project contains a variety of activities to complete and glue into a separate notebook (not provided), creating a wonderful artifact to share and keep.
Activities include: maps, country stats, flag, currency, language, food, sports, animals, clothing, important people, holidays, and culminating activity choices. Each project also comes with a 4-point rubric and a student passport with a country “stamp.” Students will enjoy filling their passport as they are learning about our diverse world.
Country research projects can be used as an independent learning center, a small group cooperative learning experience, or a whole class activity.
Global Literature and Activities
Develop cultural awareness by integrating diverse books and activities across content areas.
Bunting, bookmarks, signs, labels and buttons! Go global with this ready-to print World Flags Decor pack. Great for units of study, classroom themes, party decorations, student groupings, labeling resources, and more!
Explore world geography, develop cultural awareness, and discuss important topics while practicing reading and writing skills. Using the mentor text, The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi, students will gain an appreciation for the many challenges children face when arriving at a new school, in a new country.
Infuse global awareness and cultural understanding into your daily schedule with these fun and engaging fact cards.
Students practice geography skills, learn about our diverse world, and compare other cultures to their own.
Connect children to their peers around the world through traditional games. Includes 35 game cards from 23 countries. Also included: a world map, a summary list, and eight related worksheets to go further
Students will love learning five traditional games from Pakistan. Little or no materials are needed. FREE
Celebrate Chinese New Year with crafts and literacy activities. Students follow written directions to make a banner and lantern, play a traditional Chinese game, complete a dumpling sequencing activity, and more
Use these egg-shaped Venn diagrams to compare Easter traditions. Website and book recommendations for learning about Easter celebrations around the world are included. FREE
Use this poster and graphic organizer to analyze positive character traits from any story. FREE
Students record facts as they read about ancient civilizations in Carole P. Roman’s series, “If You Were Me and Lived in…” FREE
This literature response packet offers a variety of activities, ranging from lower to higher levels of cognitive thinking skills based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. There are 3 worksheets for each level, allowing you to individualize and offer choices.
These task cards offer a variety of ways for students to respond to the book, Throw Your Tooth on the Roof: Tooth Traditions Around the World.
This is a fun integrated literature, geography and math activity. Students learn about the different ways kids around the world go to school and make a class graph to show how they get to school. FREE
We have been learning about Australia this year and this product ties right in! Thank you!
The learners loved doing the activities! Every day they were 100% engaged and sharing the new things learned.
Perfect for our World Cultures study.
These units are wonderful. I have two now and can't wait to add more in my class.
The kids were so engaged! I can't wait to check out the other countries available.
So thorough, excellent instructions to teacher and student - great product.
Excellent resource for our Global studies.
There are a great variety of activities/information, and I especially like the open-ended templates for differentiation.
It was great to see them actively engaged in their own research- much better than me simply presenting a powerpoint on Chile!
My students loved using this product and it was easy for them to follow directions to do the research part. Love It!
I love that it includes so many of my states standards while also allowing kids to learn about a place most had never heard of before.