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Eighth grade physical science classes examine why the ice on which hockey is played is slippery. They do so by discussing phases of matter and the molecular motion in each. They read an article on a website and write out answers to 10 reading comprehension questions. Although there are no hands-on science experiences as part of the lesson plan, associating phases to the field of ice hockey adds a practical relationship.
Third graders examine how small devices can aid as they create force to move objects. In this forces and small machine activity, 3rd graders work in small groups to design a small machine or game that moves an object across the length of their desk. They use a six step process and use recycled materials to make the device.
Students uncover the mathematical proportions as well as the history of the Parthenon. In this math and science lesson, students use research to find the contributions of ancient Greeks made to our current society. They explore the relationships between the mathematics and the aesthetics of the Parthenon. In the concluding activity, students solve problems related to the Nashville Parthenon.
Students demonstrate how to write about travel experiences. In this narrative writing lesson, students discuss what the purpose of postcards are and any personal experiences they have had with writing a postcard. Students observe the instructor write a model postcard and decide on a city from which to write a mock postcard.
Complete activities to help your class appreciate the importance of physical activity. They will answer discussion questions, read articles, and create their own physically active game in order to deepen their knowledge and appreciation of physical activity. This activity also includes a quiz and answer key.
In this nouns worksheet, students read 45 sentences and determine which nouns name a person, place and/or thing, Students read an additional 15 sentences, underline each noun in each one and then decide whether each one is a person, place and/or thing. Students write their choices on the lines provided.
Rhyming is fun and it helps build phonological awareness that is key in early reading. Learners use a pocket chart and a set of 40 cards that make 20 rhyming sets to practice recognizing rhyming words. Peer one picks a card from a bag and peer two finds its match on the pocket chart. They take turns until all the cards are with their rhyming partner.
Students experience various Winter Olympic sports in Physical Education class. In this Winter Olympics lesson, students participate in stations which represent the Olympic games. These representative stations include a biathlon, cross country skiing, speed skating, torch relay, and ski jump.
A thoroughly-written lesson plan and a plethora of worksheets about integers comprise this resource. Neophyte number crunchers learn to recognize integers, add and subtract them, and apply the concepts to the designing of a personal budget. Hands-on activities are included to make the concepts more visual.