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Rosie the Riveter
Students identify and interpret the power of symbols. Then they research and identify what type of information that they can locate at the Library of Congress website and list what they learned from it in the time allotted. Students also locate individuals who were alive during World War II and bring them to class to be interviewed by the class about their experiences and memories of that time.
4th - 8th Social Studies & History 8 Views 20 Downloads
Pre-Assessment: The Brain
Break your class in to the general structure and function of the brain. Brainiacs discuss what they know about it and create personalized brain development timelines. They also take a true-false, pre-assessment quiz to get them thinking about this central organ.
5th - 10th Science 100 Views 85 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Learners investigate pirate life. In this cross curriculum art, P.E., math, and vocabulary development cross curriculum pirates lesson, students count treasure chests, construct pirate ships made of blocks, role play pirates in "pirate ship" made from an applicance box, draw treasure maps, and participate in many other pirate related projects.
Pre-K - K Visual & Performing Arts 19 Views 134 Downloads
Bones: Reading and Quiz
Make no bones about it- this anatomy worksheet is all about the human skeleton! Learners read a 2-page informational excerpt on bones and then use the information they learned to answer 9 recall questions, including 4 multiple-choice and 5 true/false.
6th - 10th Science 28 Views 322 Downloads
Gravity and the Human Body
How does the absence of gravity affect the human body? The skeletal system, circulatory system, and the sense of balance are all impacted. With a very casual tone, an astronaut explains the changes to these body systems and also an experiment done by neuroscientists on underuse of organs.
5 mins 3rd - 8th Science 35 Views 32 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
The Case of Darwin's Finches
One of the most striking pieces of evidence for Darwin's Evolution of Species was his observations of finches and how their beaks differed from island to island, depending on their primary food sources. So what would happen to the theory of evolution if it turns out, as new evidence shows, that Darwin didn't actually see any finches at all?
7th - 12th Language Arts 71 Views 49 Downloads CCSS: Designed
New Review Narrative Writing
If you're looking to start a unit based around narrative writing, make sure to consider this resource while you're planning. This book covers five topics: writing personal narratives, writing narratives about others, writing narratives about literature, story writing, and composition skills.
5th - 9th Language Arts 3 Views 1 Download
Unsent Letter: Canyons
As your class reads Gary Paulsen's Canyons, challenge them to assume the perspective of a character to write a letter. The plan suggests learners pair off, one person assuming the voice of Coyote Runs, and the other assuming the voice of Brennan Cole.
6th - 8th Language Arts 3 Views 5 Downloads
Bronx Cheer Bulb
If you chew or make a "raspberry" while viewing an LED light source, the light will appear to wiggle or flicker. It is not because of the light itself, but because of the vibration of your skull! Have your physics class give this a try without explaining the cause, and ask them to come up with the reasons.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 0 Downloads
How 'bout them bones!
After a lesson on the human skeleton, hand out a instructional activity that requires learners to identify the pelvis, rib cage, skill, spine, and thigh bones. They draw a line from the name of the bone to its location on the skeleton. Tip: Instead of a instructional activity, why not have kids label each other.
5th Science 6 Views 14 Downloads
Food Chains from the Field (Whoo's for dinner?)
Students identify various bones found in an owl pellet. They classify the bones in an owl pellet as to structural function, identify the prey according to the skulls found in the owl pellet and construct the probable food chain from the evidence found.
4th - 5th Science 3 Views 0 Downloads
New Review Dia de los Muertos Educator Resource Guide
What are the origins of el Dia de los Muertos, and how is this tradition observed in contemporary celebrations? With a variety of lesson plans and suggested hands-on activities, here is an excellent resource to reference as you prepare to study the Day of the Dead with your class.
4th - 7th Social Studies & History 3 Views 0 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable