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1. Listen : When you hear your teacher say “ Go ” Yell : “ Number 1 ” Do: Run to the front of the room and write “ Utah ” on the white board. Yell: “We are going to be learning all about Utah this year .” Do : Then sit down.

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1.Listen: When you hear your teacher say “Go” Yell: “Number 1” Do: Run to the front of the room and write “Utah” on the white board.Yell:“We are going to be learning all about Utah this year.” Do: Then sit down.

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2.Listen: “We are going to be learning all about Utah this year.” Yell: “Number 2”. Do: Run to the front of the classroom.Yell: “Social Studies is an awesome subject! We will have a great time this year in 4th grade!” Do: Then sit down.

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3.Listen: “We will have a great time this year in 4th grade!”Yell: “Number 3” Do: Run to the white board and write “Ancient people”. Yell: “Ancient people lived in Utah thousands of years ago.”Do: Spin around one time, then go sit down.

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4.Listen: “Ancient people lived in Utah thousands of years ago.” Do: Stand on or next to your chair Yell:“Number 4” Yell: “We will learn about five Indian tribes. Teacher, please write on the board: Navajo, Shoshone, Goshute, Paiute, and Utes”. Do: Climb down and sit in your chair.

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5.Listen: “Navajo, Shoshone, Goshute, Paiute, and Utes.”Yell: “Number 5” Do: Skip to the front of the classYell: “Utah’s Indians knew how to use their natural resources to survive”. Do: Go stand in one corner of the room. Stay there until someone tells you to take your seat.

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6.Listen: “Utah Indians knew how to use their natural resources to survive.”Yell: “Number 6” Do: Walk to one corner of the roomYell: “In 1776, Spanish explorers visited Utah and drew maps of the terrain.”Do: Stay standing in the corner until someone tells you to take your seat.

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7.Listen: “In 1776, Spanish explorers visited Utah and drew maps of the terrain.”Yell: “Number 7” Do: Run to the front of the class and write “Escalante and Dominguez” on the white board. Yell:“Spanish missionaries were searching for a route to Spain’s lands in California”. Yell: “The people in the corners may all take a bow and sit down.” Then sit down.

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8.Listen: “The people in the corners may all take a bow and sit down.” Yell: “Number 8.” Do: Run to the front of the class and stretch your arms wide in front of you. Yell: “Mountain men crossed the wide continent looking for furs.” Then return to your seat and sit down.

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9.Listen: “Mountain men crossed the wide continent looking for furs.” Yell: “Number 9” Do: Pretend to put on a fancy hat, then walk slowly to the front of the class.Yell: “Beaver fur hats were all the rage in the big cities, and mountain men trapped beavers by the thousands.”Do: Pretend to tip your hat, then return to your seat and sit down.

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10.Listen: “--mountain men trapped beavers by the thousands.”Yell“Number 10”Do: Walk all the way around the room and stop at the white board like you’ve found something amazing. Write on the board “Jim Bridger”. Yell: “Jim Bridger was the first white man to discover the Great Salt Lake”. Do: Walk back around the room and return to your seat.

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11.Listen: “Jim Bridger was the first white man to discover the Great Salt Lake.” Yell:“Number 11” Do: Sit on the groundYell: “But Jim Bridger wasn’t the only person to come to the Salt Lake Valley”. Sit down in your chair.

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12.Listen: “But Jim Bridger wasn’t the only person to come to the Salt Lake Valley” Yell:“Number 12”Do: Run to the front of the room and write “pioneers” on the white board. Yell: “Mormon pioneers traveled to the Utah territory so they wouldn’t be treated badly by others”. Sit down in your chair.

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13.Listen: “Mormon pioneers traveled to the Utah territory so they wouldn’t be treated badly by others.”Yell: “Number 13”Do: Walk all the way around the classroom to get to the front. Yell: “Pioneers traveled more than a thousand miles to Utah. They used covered wagons, handcarts, or walked and walked and walked”. Slowly walk all the way back around the room and sit down again.

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14.Listen: “—or walked and walked and walked.” Yell: “Number 14”Do: Run to the front of the classroom and write “July 24, 1847” on the white board. Yell: “The first group of Mormon pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847”.“Hip, hip, hooray!” Then sit down.

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15.Listen: “Hip, hip, hooray” Yell: “Number 15”. Do: Walk hunched over, slowly to the front.Yell:“It was hard, tiring work to grow crops in a desert”.Do: Yawn then go lay down in the corner until someone tells you to stand up.

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16.Listen: “It was hard, tiring work to grow crops in a desert.” Yell: “Number 16”Do: Run to the front of the room Yell: “The people of Utah wanted to become a state of America, but Congress kept saying ‘NO’ .”Do: Throw your arms up in the air, then return to your seat.

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17.Listen: “…but Congress kept saying ‘NO’ ” and the person throws hands in the air. Yell: “Number 17” Do: Make noises like a choo-choo train as you walk up to the front of the class Yell: “Even though they weren’t admitted as a state, many more people came to Utah territory when the transcontinental railroad was completed”. Make more train sounds on your way back to your seat.

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18.Listen: “…transcontinental railroad was completed”Yell: “Number 18”Do: Run to the front of the room Yell: “As more people arrived in Utah, there were conflicts and wars between the Indian tribes and the settlers. There were even conflicts between the Mormons and the US government.” Shake your head slowly and return to your seat.

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19.Listen: “…the Mormons and the US government.”Yell: “Number 19” Do: Run to the front of the room and write a number “7” on the white board. Draw a big circle around the number. Yell:“It took seven petitions to the U.S. Congress before Utah was admitted as the 45th state in 1896.” Clap your hands and yell “Everyone stand up and clap your hands!Keep clapping until someone tells you to sit down.”

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20.Listen: When you hear everyone start clapping Yell: “Number 20” Do: Stand by the flagYell: “Everyone stop clapping and sit down in your chair”. Wait for all to sit down.Yell: “Some Utahns soon became famous in the country.” Sit down on your chair.

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21.Listen: “Some Utahns soon became famous in the country.” Yell: “Number 21” Do: Run to the front of the room and write Butch Cassidy on the white board. Yell: “Butch Cassidy was a famous bank robber and outlaw that was born in Utah”. Walk back to your chair and sit down.

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22.Listen: “Butch Cassidy was a famous bank robber and outlaw that was born in Utah” Yell: “Number 22” Do: Run to the front of the roomYell: “Utah’s people helped fight in wars in Europe during World War I and II”. Stay at the front of the room until someone tells you sit down.

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23.Listen: “Utah’s people helped fight in wars in Europe during World War I and II.” Yell: “Number 23” Do: Go turn off the lightsYell: “There were some dark times for the people during the depression. People lost jobs and had little money.” Leave the lights off and stay standing by the door until someone tells you to sit down.

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24.Listen: “People lost jobs and had little money.”Yell: “Number 24”Do: Walk to the front of the class Yell: “Things were tough for Japanese Americans during World War II and many Utahns were not treated equally because of the color of their skin.” Stay at the front of the class until you are told to sit down again.

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25.Listen: “—many Utahns were not treated equally because of the color of their skin.”Yell: “Number 25”Do: Go turn on the lights Yell: “Civil rights helped all people be treated equally. Utah was moving into a bright future”. Yell: “All of you standing may take a bow and sit down now.”

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26.Listen: All of you standing may take a bow and sit down now.” Yell: “Number 26 is the last card”. Do: Run to the front of the roomYell: “Utah is a diverse place where many people live today. I can’t wait to start learning about Utah this year!” Yell: “Teacher, we’re done! What’s our time?”