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In this lesson, North Carolina Salt Dough Map, 4th graders create a salt dough map of North Carolina, Students use dough to form the shape of the state of North Carolina. Students label the three regions of North Carolina and all of the major rivers, lakes, other important landmarks, and the surrounding states and the Atlantic Ocean. This lesson is a great extension to a unit on North Carolina and its regions.
Marine science classes read about the 2005 North Atlantic Stepping Stones Expedition and review climate change. They use maps to locate the seamount chains. In collaborative groups, they research how climate change may be altering the deep-sea organisms in the area. Plenty of background information and links to other resources are provided to support your implementation of this lesson.
Tenth graders study the major hurricanes of the Atlantic Ocean. In this weather lesson, 10th graders read an article and answer various questions. Students discuss their findings with their classmates.
Sixth graders locate and identify the major bodies of water and waterways in the United States. Through a simulation activity, they describe how early explorers would have described their surroundings. Working in groups, they create their own continent and describe the bodies of water that may be on their land.
It is so important for impending high school graduates to start thinking about their potential careers. Here, they discuss the persistence of Blondie Hasler and his impressive transatlantic trip. They follow various routes on a map and research a professional they admire. A instructional activity intended to spark the notion of life after high school.
In this Northeast instructional activity, 5th graders read a 3 page passage about the Northeast. Students respond to 10 multiple choice questions about the passage they have read.
In this Great Lakes learning exercise, learners read a passage about the Great Lakes and answer short answer questions. Students complete 5 short answer questions.
In this explorers learning exercise, students read a detailed text about the Age of Exploration from 1450 to 1700. Students then answer 7 matching or multiple choice questions.
In these reading skills worksheets, students read about Hurricane Isabel and learn vocabulary words related to hurricanes. Students read different names for storms and use the names to answer the 4 questions.
Students locate and identify water features important to the early history of Virginia. Thye recognize where most cities developed and locate and label the rivers on a Virginia wall map.
Students study the biodiversity existing in the Amazon rainforest. In this Amazon biodiversity lesson, students study diagrams, maps, and information about the biodiversity in the Amazon.
In these weather worksheets, students complete a graphing activity for rainy and sunny weather. Students then read the sentences about weather in English and Spanish and cut out the weather symbols to paste in the correct box.
In this Massachusetts worksheet, students read a two page text about the history of the state of Massachusetts. Students answer 10 true and false questions.
In this Niagara Falls worksheet students read a short passage about Niagara Falls and answer short answer questions about it. Students answer 5 questions.
Students create a web connecting global warming, the Arctic, and wold climate. They write a paragraph explaining the role of the Arctic in world climate.
Learners discuss global warming, greenhouse effect, permafrost and other key words. In this climate instructional activity students create a web that connects global warming, the Arctic and world climate then write a paragraph explaining the role of the Arctic.
In this Massachusetts worksheet, 5th graders read a 3 page passage about the state. Students respond to 3 multiple choice questions about the passage and put 8 sentences in the correct chronological order as they happened in history.
In this history of Massachusetts worksheet, students read several paragraphs about the history, climate, landscape, natural resources, economy, famous people, and education for the state. Students then answer several questions about the passage and order events listed in the passage.
In this ocean currents learning exercise, students will use maps of the Atlantic Ocean currents and the Pacific Ocean currents to complete 6 short answer questions.
Young scholars explore South America. In this geography skills lesson, students watch a video about the geographical features of the continent. Young scholars complete worksheets on the topic.