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Area and Volume Metric Conversions - Grade Seven
Students investigate unit conversion. In this unit conversion lesson, students will build models of square and cubic centimeters using grid paper and generate formula tables for converting units of area and volume. The tables will be used to solve real-life problems.
6th - 8th Math
Three Dimensional Shapes
Geometry can be fun when you read books like, Captain Invincible and the Space Shapes by Stuart J. Murphy. Using the book and concrete objects, pupils will identify basic 3-Dimensional shapes and their properties. They will then use a digital camera to capture and create 3-D shapes trading cards.
Active and Passive Voice
How are the active and passive voices different, and when should you use each one? The first page of this two-page worksheet contains the rules and several examples. On the second page, your grammarians will be able to put pen to paper as they convert sentences from active to passive or from passive to active.
6th - 9th English Language Arts
Become a Slam Poet in Five Steps
Teach your class five straightforward steps to help them work on their slam poetry. Beautifully illustrated, the video will catch the attention of your pupils and inspire them to compose their own work. After each step is explained, a sample poem is modified and read out loud.
4 mins 7th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Word Choice - Exercise 12: To, Too, and Two
A twenty-question worksheet provides practice using the commonly confused to, too, and two. Meet Common Core standards with the help of this resource in your fourth grade classroom. Use as homework or an assessment.
3rd - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Movie Quiz: Osmosis Jones
A comprehensive list of questions about the movie Osmosis Jones reinforces details from the film. Use these questions during a class viewing, after the film is over, or as a quiz. Questions are recall-level and don't provide much scientific information.
4th - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
My Family Crest
Middle schoolers design a detailed drawing of their family crest. They incorporate imagery that's relevant to their family's life. Students consider the variety os shapes for the family crest- circles, ellipses, and triangles. They represent their family name in their crest.
6th - 8th Visual & Performing Arts
Diversity: the Crayon Box
Students listen to the Box of Crayons poem and discuss how the crayons got along. In this diversity lesson plan, student understand that although we have differences, we need to get along. Students draw themselves on the crayon pattern. Students share their drawings.
Pre-K - 2nd English Language Arts
Using The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe as a Bibliotherapy Technique for Foster Children
As the title suggests, this lesson is designed for a foster care therapy group. C.S. Lewis' novel provides children an opportunity to discuss life issues vicariously through fictional characters. However, the discussion questions and activities included in the plan could easily be adapted to any classroom.
9th - 11th English Language Arts
Reality Store: How to Plan a Budget, Pay Bills, and Manage Your Money
Students plan a budget and pay bills when they visit the "Reality Store," a series of classroom studying stations. The use of paying bills and running a class store is used to help students grasp the concept of business.
1st - 5th Social Studies & History
I'll Lend a Hand
Learners explore and examine a vast amount of opportunities to share while assessing human differences and similarities. They study the variety of community and classroom diversity that is all around them and depict their skills within that community or classroom in a visual, symbolic way to lend a hand to others.
1st - 3rd Social Studies & History
Researching and Word Processing Unit: Wagons West
Help create confident and competent Internet users for research purposes. Middle schoolers conduct Internet research and compose a paper on the computer. They learn how to properly cite Internet references and explore net etiquette.
6th - 8th 21st Century Skills
"Shh-h-h" Says Mommy
Students identify the digraph /sh/ in written and spoken language. After a brief discussion the independent and combined sounds of the phonemes /s/ and /h/ students practice identifying initial and final placement of the new digraph /sh/ in words and phrases.
K - 1st English Language Arts
Are We Safer?
Students discuss the meaning of feeling safe in their environment after September 11th. After reading National Intelligence reports and news articles summarizing the findings about national security, they write letters to their representatives expressing their perspectives on the role of government in keeping communities safe.
6th - 12th Social Studies & History