New Year's Day Teacher Resources
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The Little Match Girl
In this comprehension activity, students read about The Little Match Girl and answer short answer questions. Students complete 7 questions total.
New Year's Hat
Students create New Year's Eve hats in this fun and safe art project for the elementary classroom. The lesson is ideal for a pre-Holiday Break activity or can be adapted to celebrate any holiday or special occasion in the classroom.
Bringing Democracy to Japan
Students study a piece of Japanese contemporary history. In this democratic values lesson, students listen to their instructor lecture on the implementation of democratic government in Japan. Students respond to discussion questions and participate in an activity based on the lecture.
Shirley Chisholm: Unbought, Unbossed, and Unforgotten
Young scholars explore and examine the life and accomplishments of an important civil rights leader. They assess the social issues that the United States grappled with during the 1960s and 1970s, become aware of prejudice and discrimination and study about the Equal Rights Amendment and the Women's Rights Movement of the 1960s and 1970s.
Exploring Selected Haiku by Issa
Students explore poetry by Issa. In this haiku lesson, students discuss and list the attributes of Japanese haiku as the read poetry by Issa. Students write their own haiku following the criteria presented.
The Fastest Pig in the West in the Classroom
Students explore human behavior by reading a story in class. In this stereotypes instructional activity, students read the story The Fastest Pig in the West and discuss the racist comments made by a character in the story. Students discuss the Chinese zodiac and figure out the animal that represents them.
The Bill of Rights Today
Students discuss the Bill of Rights and how the Bill of Rights relates to everyday life. In this Bill of Rights lesson plan, students identify and explain each amendment.
Students practice reading while examining aspects of Kwazaa.
A Study of the First Amendment Rights in the Bill of Rights
Students become familiar with the basic liberties of the Constitution as protected in the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
History and culture through food
Students select a favorite family recipe and research the recipe and its ingredients using a variety of sources on the Internet. Each student then creates a recipe flyer for a class cookbook that includes their recipe and the historical and cultural information they learned about it.
Measuring Objects Using Non-Standard Units of Linear Measure
Learners practice taking measurements using non-standard units of measure. In this measurement activity, students use non-traditional objects such as their hand, crayons or paperclips to measure various objects found in the classroom. This is a great hands-on approach to introducing measurement.
Mr. P's Life Problem
In this life problem worksheet, students read given facts. Afterward, they use logic and deductive reasoning to determine answers to given questions. This one-page worksheet contains 11 problems. Answers are provided at the bottom of the page.
Learners who love the United Kingdom can hone their research skills by employing the Internet to find the answers to theses trivia questions. These questions all have to do with the United Kingdom. There are 25 questions in all.
Wh- Questions and to Be
In this wh questions and to be worksheet, students fill in the blanks with the correct question words and the correct form of "to be" in sentences. Students complete 30 sentences.
Young scholars celebrate Mexican holidays. In this global studies lesson, students collaborate to research the Day of the Dead and Cinco de Mayo. Young scholars present their findings about the holidays and host classroom celebrations.
Some American Holidays
In this online interactive American holidays worksheet, students respond to 14 fill in the blank questions. Students may check their answers with the click of the mouse.
Lesson Plan: The Math of Removal
Young scholars consider the plight of those who walked the Trial of Tears. In this Indian Removal lesson plan, students compare statistics regarding Indian survival rates.
Unscramble the Letters
Learners develop their spelling skills. In this language arts lesson, students unscramble words and write sentences to accompany each of them.
Attitudes Toward Emancipation
Young scholars read the Emancipation Proclamation and investigate steps that led to its signing. They read and discuss period news articles from both sides of the argument and create portfolios of documentation supporting both sides.
English Vocabulary Skills: AWL Sublist 4 - Exercise 5a
In this online interactive English vocabulary skills worksheet, learners answer 10 matching questions which require them to fill in the blanks in 10 sentences. Students may submit their answers to be scored.