Science centers are a wonderful way to foster student interest and curiosity. Collect materials and solicit help from your students' parents to create a classroom plant press, or two, that will last a lifetime. They are made of pine shelving, bolts, washers, wing nuts, and cardboard. It's a project a lot of dads like to do, who can't normally help in the room.
If you're looking for something to fire up the troops, send your students on a scientific expedition to Loch Ness, virtually, of course, with this integrated, thematic unit about the mysterious Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster.
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This Literacy Through Science unit provides materials along with lesson plans that will get your students into their hunting hats and off on a discovery adventure!
The Golden Rule, "Treat others as you want them to treat you," has been a standard of behavior in societies around the world for thousands of years. This set of lesson plans and materials will help your students identify and practice this important attitude.
This integrated language arts, science, math, and social studies unit is just the thing to get through the doldrums, or start the year off with a special twist.
The German settlers in Pennsylvania were the first Europeans in the early American colonies to develop their own style of art. Students will read about the people, study their art style, and create a piece of art, using a stencil, that communicates a message.
Build a rainforest right in your own classroom, and let your students explore the plants and animals found in these amazing wonders of nature!
Students read, examine, evaluate, and research information using research and task cards, worksheets, and activities as they discover historical flags of the US.
set up a classroom mini museum, complete with artifact replicas, where students can practice rock carvings, and design their own cave painting images.
This set of materials is an integrated Language Arts thematic unit which gives your students the opportunity to learn more about the origins of May Day celebrations, and the function of flowers.
The German settlers in Pennsylvania were the first Europeans in the early American colonies to develop their own style of art. Students will read about the people, study their art style, and create a piece of art, using a stencil, that communicates a message through these educational materials for teachers.
Students read and write in the travel genre, as they learn about the beautiful paintings and carvings, made by aboriginal people, all around the world.
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Rainforests are the richest areas of life on our planet. Use these colorful, realistic materials to bring a little rainforest right into your own classroom!
Explore the natural resources used by the early American colonists on the East Coast of North America with these fun educational materials, games and activities.
Students learn what it's like to be a historian as they use primary and secondary sources to research the life of a Mayflower traveler
Students research disasters of the Bermuda Triangle through reports, newspaper and magazine articles, and letters. They will analyze information to decide if it is FACT or FICTION.
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Students explore the history and uses of kites around the world. They will build their own sled kite, and write a direction sheet on how to put a kite kit together.
Explore the natural resources used by the early American colonists on the East Coast of North America with these fun games and activities.
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