Engage ALL K-5
students in
SOCIAL STUDIES

With a student-friendly curriculum organized thematically to the social studies strands of civics and government, geography, economics, and history.

All within our student-friendly periodical format and robust online learning platform.

•  Hands-on and Interactive

•  Spiraled and Scaffolded

•  Integrated with ELA

•  Standards-aligned

•  Research-based

Same periodical format you love.
ALL NEW CONTENT

Click on a GRADE to see a PREVIEW

Flipping Books

Expand your Teaching IN CLASS and through REMOTE LEARNING

Put the fun in Social Studies

When Did Toilet Paper Come Splinter-Free?

Dive into our Funky Fact Files to find out!

NASA

Regions of The USA

Civil Rights Activist: Ruby Bridges

Following The Rules

Discover the Secret Life of Objects

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    Abraham Lincoln's Top Hat

    At 6’4″, Lincoln stood out even more by wearing a top hat. Lincoln had a second black silk band added to every top hat to symbolize his deep ongoing mourning and remembrance of his son, Willie, who had died of typhoid fever. The last time he wore this hat was that fateful day when he attended Ford’s Theatre on April 14, 1865.

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    Susan B. Anthony's Alligator Purse

    Until the mid 1800s, a married woman’s money was the property of her husband. Susan B. Anthony thought that women’s inability to own property symbolized a lack of power. She dedicated her life to ensure each woman would get property rights or a “purse of her own.” Susan’s purse became her trademark and symbol of financial independence.

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    TBX-6 Navajo Code Talkers Radio

    During WWII, American Indians were recruited to become “code talkers.” Using Navajo words to represent letters of the alphabet, the Code Talkers sent military messages through field radios. Their code was never broken, and they helped win important battles, including at Utah Beach during the D-Day invasion in France, and at Iwo Jima.

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    Iku Tsuchiya's Internment Suitcase

    During World War II, Americans citizens of Japanese descent were imprisoned in U.S. internment camps. Iku Tsuchiya and her family were forced into a California camp. Like the other prisoners, she was forced to leave almost everything behind. Iku Tsuchiya took a small black leather suitcase that held her most treasured possessions.

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and how it fits in your school or district?

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Literacy Integration Teacher, California

"The weekly publications are a nice change of pace from a regular textbook for both the students and our teachers. We love that students are able to write and annotate directly on the text of the articles to support the teaching of critical reading skills. The online platform offers text to speech and additional resources, engaging videos and interviews, and so much more."
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2021-02-16T17:12:38+00:00
"The weekly publications are a nice change of pace from a regular textbook for both the students and our teachers. We love that students are able to write and annotate directly on the text of the articles to support the teaching of critical reading skills. The online platform offers text to speech and additional resources, engaging videos and interviews, and so much more."

Assistant Superintendent, California

"Studies Weekly has provided our teachers with an effective and easy way to teach their social studies and science standards to students in kindergarten through the sixth grade. They are able to engage their students in meaningful activities and discussions with a user-friendly approach. Our teachers and their students love learning with Studies Weekly."
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2021-02-16T17:22:37+00:00
"Studies Weekly has provided our teachers with an effective and easy way to teach their social studies and science standards to students in kindergarten through the sixth grade. They are able to engage their students in meaningful activities and discussions with a user-friendly approach. Our teachers and their students love learning with Studies Weekly."

K-2 Curriculum Facilitator, Texas

"Studies Weekly instructional design is highly motivating and engaging which supports our scholars with retention of the information presented."
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2021-02-16T17:40:13+00:00
"Studies Weekly instructional design is highly motivating and engaging which supports our scholars with retention of the information presented."

STEM Teacher, Texas

“I like how it’s set up like a newspaper, and it’s not just a worksheet. It has pictures and videos that come with the lesson plans. And I enjoy how it gives you an overview, and then you can expand upon it. And I’ve used it a lot during distance learning — it’s been a godsend.”
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2021-02-16T17:42:40+00:00
“I like how it’s set up like a newspaper, and it’s not just a worksheet. It has pictures and videos that come with the lesson plans. And I enjoy how it gives you an overview, and then you can expand upon it. And I’ve used it a lot during distance learning — it’s been a godsend.”

Curriculum Coordinator, Louisiana

"Studies Weekly online digital format is amazing! The resource continues to evolve, adding more useful information, while keeping an easy-to-follow format for teachers and students. Love this company and its resources!”
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2021-02-16T17:43:23+00:00
"Studies Weekly online digital format is amazing! The resource continues to evolve, adding more useful information, while keeping an easy-to-follow format for teachers and students. Love this company and its resources!”
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