Social Studies Scope and Sequence
Celebrate Florida's Five Centuries of Rich History
Since this year marks the 500th anniversary of Juan Ponce de Leon’s arrival to La Florida, the Florida Department of State has launched a new initiative to celebrate our state’s rich, diverse history. Viva Florida 500, which kicked off last week, continues throughout 2013, and includes more than 200 events throughout the state.
Roosevelt Elementary School Black History Month Program
Everglades Celebration & Zoo Outreach Program
- Florida Student Mock Election
- Black History Month Links
- Celebrate Freedom Week
- City Government Week
- Columbus Day Resources
- Constitution Day Resources
- Haitian Heritage Month
- Hispanic Heritage Month
- Labor Day Resources
- March is Women's History Month
- Resources for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- Memorial Day Elementary Resources
- Native American Resources
- September 11th
- Veterans Day Elementary Resources
Social Studies Resources
Social Studies Resources for students and teachers. This website contains thousands of educational resources for students and teachers.
This site offers primary sources and tools for using them in the classroom. Watch an anthropologist examine skeletons for clues to daily life in Jamestown. Find lessons on the Boston Massacre, Stamp Act, patriot women, Pocahontas, and money.