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- Columbus, IN
Archery Teacher Resources
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Students improve shooting skill and accuracy while playing a unique archery game. They play a game that resembles "Plinko" from the game show The Price is Right. Students shoot their predetermined number of arrows into the target butt attempting to protect the entry point of the sliding discs into boxes placed on the floor at the bottom of the targets.
Fourth graders examine inventions that were made in Ancient China that are still used today. In this Ancient China lesson, 4th graders watch Power Point presentations about inventions and read Chinese legends. They discuss the legends and how European explorers spread the inventions to the rest of the world. They look at dominoes and archery before writing and word processing a paragraph about the invention of their choice.
Fourth graders experience the excitement and diversity of the great Faires of the Middle Ages. This unique series of lessons allows learners to intimately investigate the colorful era of the Middle Ages. This cross-curricular lesson has pupils engage in math, science, art, music, and performance activities. An impressive array of worksheets and activities are embedded in this series of lessons. Outstanding!
This three-page worksheet is designed to be used by the Weblos of Boy Scouts of America. They are given 13 choices of academic activities that involve the use of maps, geography, math, and money. They must complete five of the activities altogether. Completion of the activities lead to them receiving their geography badge.
Multiple representations of the varying theories of atomic structure. With these pictures and some background of the theories and scientific figures surrounding them, your class will develop a better understanding of scientific history and electron interaction. An excellent topic for classes with an introduction to atomic theory. It is also a suitable jumping-off point for further research.