Grades 6-8, 9-12
Students construct and interpret population pyramids (age-sex distribution charts) and discuss differences in population characteristics at different points in U.S. history and make projections for the future.
Fun large-group simulation of U.S. population growth since the first census in 1790.
Acting as the residents of five major regions of the world, students compare various statistics that affect people’s health and... Read more »
Students examine historic census data to investigate U.S. family size over time.
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