Category Archives: Social Studies

Use this category for all things that have to do with Social Studies.

Shopping Paradise – Midwest Region Project

Mall Press Release! Shopping Paradise ¬†January 29th, 2015 1234 Awesome Road Opens at 9:00 a.m. Managed by: Erica, Julia, Tasha, Chelsea, and Abby A new mall is coming into town with new and improved items! Come and join us in … Continue reading

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Wescott Mall – Midwest Region Project

January 27th, 2015 By: Ellie, Maddie, Allison, and Yoonsol Mall of Wescott We think that you should go to the Mall of Wescott because this mall has many things to your interests. The mall has a Jungle Gym Day Care, … Continue reading

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Blue Skies Mall – Midwest Region Project

January 27, 2015 Blue Skies Mall The future of shopping is here! Come and enjoy the brilliant performances, events, and lounges. There are many places to enjoy here at Blue Skies Mall, no matter your interests. There are bookshops to … Continue reading

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Amazing Mall – Midwest Region Project

February 2nd, 2015 Amazing Mall press release Unlike other malls, our mall is very highly rated. All our stores have a five star rating. We have good restaurants and very useful, and amusing stores. Once you walk through the front … Continue reading

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Spring Break is Here!

If you travel over Spring Break, think about our studies of the Regions of the U.S. Describe what you notice about the region in which you’re traveling. Think about how the climate, culture and geography of that region differ from … Continue reading

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Thursday Night Football

As I was watching the poor Bears play last night, I started wondering how much people paid to get into that game. Then I thought, that’s a question an Economist would ask! Then a commercial came on about one of … Continue reading

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