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Second graders can practice their tally, graphing, and problem solving skills in this helpful worksheet. Based on three clues, they match tally marks into the appropriate place in a graph, and use the results to create a bar graph. Consider breaking learners into pairs or small groups for this activity.
Toys of Creativity
Learners explore alternatives to everyday toys for creative projects. They assess all the uses of paper plates, paintings, Dixie cups, sticks, puppets, etc. For example, groups of students gather together Dixie cups to be creative a build a massive pyramid for example.
K - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence and Climate Change: Dancing Our Way to a Better Environment
Dance our way to a better environment? If only it were that simple! This unique lesson appeals to bodily kinesthetic learners, but can memorable for all types of learners. They investigate different learning styles, or more specifically, Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences.
1st - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
New Review Olympic Lingo
Instead of bingo, why not play some Lingo? This vocabulary game is just like bingo, but it's all about words and focuses on building vocabulary. The resource provides a blank Lingo card, a filled-in sample, and a vocabulary list. All of the words are related to the Olympics.
3rd - 8th English Language Arts
Which character in Toni Morrison’s Beloved personifies evil? What does Seth overhear Schooteacher instruct his pupils to do? The 50 multiple choice and matching questions on this exam focus on points of plot; therefore, test takers could score well on the exam having only read the CliffNotes or SparkNotes Study Guides.
11th - 12th English Language Arts
A Tale of Two Frogs
Second graders locate Russia on a map or globe and work in pairs to complete the Map worksheet. They read the book, A Tale of Two Frogs stopping after page 15. They write an ending to the story and then read more of the book stopping after page 23 and again write an ending to the story.
2nd English Language Arts
Video 1 - Inertia
Before getting into inertia and the basic rules of physics, the video introduces a series of videos. Using a cute cartoon and examples such as ice skating and kicking a rock on earth and in space, the video gets at the meaning of intertia. The narrator defines inertia, but doesn't make a direct connection between the word and the definition, which might be confusing for some learners.
5 mins 7th - 12th Science
Comprehension: Comparing and Contrasting Two Characters from a Book
As a class, first graders use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast the characters Toot and Puddle in the story Toot and Puddle. They then work on their own as they listen to the story Sheila Rae The Brave and use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast Sheila and her sister Louise.
1st English Language Arts
Winter Olympics Stations
Students experience various Winter Olympic sports in Physical Education class. In this Winter Olympics lesson plan, 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.
2nd - 5th Physical Education