MY OHIO Activity Book
MY OHIO contains over 300 pages of classroom lessons and activities, including the special section “What Every Ohioan Should Know.”
MY OHIO is written to align with Ohio Learning Standards for the social studies (grades 3 and 4), and also provides details teachers need to conduct the lessons and activities, including background information, student activity pages and assessments.
To view sample pages from the workbook, please click on the links below:
- Table of Contents
- Sample Lesson – First Amendment Rights
- Sample Lesson – Citizenship in the Community
My Ohio was updated as of the 2016 election results. OCLRE will not produce an additional updated version. However, time-sensitive content is marked accordingly and can be easily updated by teachers.
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My Ohio is a PDF file. Orders will be sent electronically to the email address provided.
MY OHIO: A Closer Look at Local, State and National Citizenship Activities through an Ohio Lens
The 3rd grade material is centered on the local community while the 4th grade content is Ohio and the National Government through an Ohio lens; perfect for the new standards. The activities offered are not the typical paper/pencil type activities. Lessons are aimed at an in-depth understanding of local, state and national governments, necessary and historical documents (local charters, Ohio Constitution, The Declaration of independence and the U.S. Constitution) as well as lessons on citizenship rights and responsibilities. Also, included are lessons that prepare students as future global citizens and citizen with a better understanding and appreciation of the cultural, religious, and ethnic diversity that surrounds us – especially in Ohio. MY OHIO is aligned to the Ohio Learning Standards for the Social Studies.
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"My Ohio provides students with wonderful opportunities to learn about our government and ways to be a better citizen. The continuously updated material can be taught in various ways, providing students with many learning situations, and incorporating learning from multiple intelligences. I highly recommend this program for the third, fourth and fifth grade students of Ohio."
- John Kramer, Grade 3/4 Social Studies teacher, Mohawk Local Schools