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Youngsters get a taste for research as they explore animal characteristics. Following a class study on animals, scholars choose one they would like to know more about. Use your school's library program to help introduce students to the research process and sources of information. This lesson suggests a kid-friendly online database such as World Book Kids. They create and present a poster with both text and pictures. This may require adjusting depending on reading skills.
Learners, while in the computer lab, utilize technology to practice math, science, Spanish and grammar skills. They build on math skills and attempt to improve their grammar skills as well as make connections between English and Spanish grammar and vocabulary.
Sixth graders practice their spelling and vocabulary skills. In this spelling instructional activity, 6th graders examine anagrams and palindromes. Students then practice writing their own anagrams and palindromes
Students use the online Atlas of Canada to gather information about places in Canada.
Students explore the concepts of maps and boundaries. They create a map of an area within their classroom, compare/contrast a series of online geographical maps, and create a map of their route to school.
Students visit a multimedia online journal as a model for their research and journal about their own communities. They examine writing for themselves and writing for an audience as they study the community and present it in more than one media. They use cameras and recorders while creating a multimedia journal.
Sixth graders compare the internal similarities between frogs and humans using a Venn diagram. They complete an online dissection a frog and complete the associated quizzes. They work with a partner to dissect an actual frog.
Learners apply number and operation skills to learn how to spend a gift certificate. In this mathematical reasoning instructional activity, students use base 10 blocks as money and calculate how much money they have.
Students demonstrate basic map skills. In this US history instructional activity, students review cardinal directions and use a compass rose while at the same time discuss what life was like for Abraham Lincoln.
Students read Native American legends and practice storytelling skills. They complete a worksheet about the elements of storytelling and create an iMovie.
Fourth graders conduct research on leaders from North Carolina to find out what events in their lives helped them to develop leadership skills. They research one person and then teach others about their person in a sharing session at the end of the class. They complete this lesson as a follow-up lesson to Leadership Qualities, Part 1.
Students develop effective and efficient plan for successfully completing a research project through use of online BIG 6 Assignment Organizer.
Third graders compare printed and online maps and use proper geographic terminology to answer questions.
In this reading skills worksheets, 5th graders read and answer the 6 questions about water as a resource. Students then read answer several questions using the 'Water Troubles' article in the Time for Kids magazine. Students also fill in a cause and effect chart for the 'Frog Frenzy' article.
Sixth graders identify countries of the European Union. In this map skills lesson, 6th graders use an online panoramic European Union map to identify the countries.
In this biomes worksheet, students create a project about biomes after completing online research with websites given. Students complete 4 steps in completing their project.
For this online interactive literature worksheet, students respond to 9 short answer and essay questions about Yann Martel's Life of Pi. Students may check some of their answers online.
Students study maps and use web based activities to develop their mapping skills. In this mapping skills lesson, students use the internet to define cartography they make a list of information regarding a typical road map and explain the purpose of a legend. Students summarize how they can use a mileage chart on map and use a mapping program to find total distances of places.
Third graders listen to a lecture on how to take notes and discuss the skills of paraphrasing and correctly citing resources. They prepare note cards according to the format presented in class.
Students participate in a lesson that focuses on the skill of setting a goal. They practice the setting of a specific goal that can be measured and achievable given the right resources. Students generate a list of goals while going through the lesson.