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Differentiating between Northen European art and Italian art, these slides detail the intricacies of art during the Renaissance. Flemish, French, German, and English art, as well as the art of the "Low Countries" (Austria, Spain, and Greece) are featured in rich, brilliant colors. This walk through a virtual museum will leave your class spellbound and inspired.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students respond to 22 identification questions about summer Olympic host cities. Students have 3 minutes to complete the quiz.
Learning about art is more than just looking at pictures, it's critical thinking, social studies, analysis, and observation skills all rolled into one. You'll share the painting Winter Landscape by Pieter Brueghel with your class, first by going over background information and then by working through a guided observation. After that, the class will be ready to participate in any of the nine activity options included in this resource.
Small groups read assigned chapters from the book, Letters to Rifka, then work together to fill out comprehension worksheets associated with their chapters. This fine, 13-page instructional activity culminates with each group getting together to meet for an exchange of ideas about Rifka, and what she experienced on her trip to America.
If you are looking for a way to lead students in a discussion as they read the book Letters from Rifka by Karen Hesse, you will find this resource invaluable. Learners can organize their progress through the book and answer thought-provoking questions.
Students identify and apply painting skills used by Vincent Van Gogh.
In this Olympic games worksheet, students research thirty dates to match up with the cities that the games were played in. Students place all their answers in chronological order as well.
Students examine the history of the Olympics and their athletes. In this interviewing skills lesson, students role play the parts of reporters and athletes as they conduct interviews based on research of the Olympic games and athletes.
Students investigate the history of money as it was back then compare to now. In this algebra lesson, students analyze the type of money used in medieval times, the value of the currency and the coins used. They make a budget using medieval money.
In this online interactive reading comprehension worksheet, students respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Elie Wiesel's Night. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Learners study European cities and label countries on a map, match cities to countries, and answer true and false questions. In this European cities lesson plan, students also guess the names of cities they see pictures of.
In this Crime Story Collection activity and progress test activity, students respond to a total of 21 short answer, multiple choice, matching, and fill in the blank questions pertaining to Crime Story Collection.
Students read an internet article about hurricanes. In this hurricane lesson, students explain how they form and the damage they bring. They analyze the article and answer questions about it.
Students become acquainted with Vincent Van Gogh and examine how pastels can be used to create a variety of lines and textural effects.
Students create sunflower paintings using pastels, pencils, and construction paper in this Art lesson for the early-elementary classroom. Emphasis is placed on the artwork of Vincent van Gogh and the book Camille and the Sunflowers by Laurence Anholt.
Young scholars discuss, analyze, and interpret "Portrait of a Dutch Family" by Fans Hals and then create subject specific projects for assessment. This cross-curricular instructional activity is well-suited for Language Arts or Visual Arts classrooms and includes discussion questions.
Students engage in a lesson that is concerned with the concept of medieval ages. They conduct research using a variety of resources and use the information to perform in some roleplay activities. Students also create research papers about medieval times.
In this "War of the Roses" study guide learning exercise, students discover details about 10 of the significant figures during this period of British history.
Students research the Olympic Games and focus on the 1988 summer Olympics in Korea. In this Olympic Games lesson, students make a collage of sports pictures and a web of sports in the summer Olympics. Students complete related worksheets for the 1988 summer Olympic games and discuss how they would feel if the games were in their town. Students discuss the Korean Olympics and write a paragraph about an Olympic event they would like to participate in.
Students design their own flag as a symbol of community. In this flag lesson plan, students study the importance of the American flag, and then make their own.