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Fall Resources Grades 3-5
3rd - 5th
It's that time of year, the leaves are changing, the air is crisp—it's fall! Add a touch of season-related whimsy to your classroom with a collection of festive resources created to support grades third through fifth. Here, you will find a video, lessons covering science, English language arts, math, and art. Also included are printables for writing and vocabulary activities.
The Beginning of the Storm
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewIntroduce readers to Mildred Taylor's Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry with a lesson plan that sets the context for the novel. Class members research the bigotry in Mississippi during the Great Depression and identify examples in the story...
What’s the Good Word? Etymology Project Guidelines
6th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewWho named the shapes, or the days of the week? Should words be removed from the dictionary if they're no longer commonly used? Are there too many words in the English language? Language arts students explore these and additional...
Legend and Symbol: An Etymology Lesson
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewHow are the words tradition and traitor related? A thorough language arts resource explores the ways Latin and Greek words are represented in traditional legends and artwork, and reinforces word meaning with several grammar exercises.
Turning Assets into Action in the Fight Against Hunger
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewHow can one person change the world? Scholars research and analyze the topic of world hunger. Using video clips, parodies, and primary source evidence, they uncover a current campaign to end world hunger. Collaborative groups openly...
Because of Winn-Dixie Novel Study
4th - 7th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewImagine if all pets were named after grocery stores! Using a helpful novel study on Kate DiCamillo's Because of Winn-Dixie, pupils complete a vocabulary exercise and answer questions about the text. They also research a state, province,...
Afternoon of the Elves Novel Study
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewSarah-Kate has a charming elf village with tiny stick houses hiding in her backyard, and it's just waiting to be explored! With the Afternoon of the Elves novel study, scholars answer questions and acquire new vocabulary. They also...
The Influence of Latin Music in Postwar New York City
6th - 12th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewMusic has often been called the international language that transcends cultures and regions. Scholars analyze the impact of Latin American music on New York City culture in the years following World War II. They research music, video,...
Working With Community and Cultural Resources
K - 12th
New ReviewOn-Broadway, off-Broadway, community, repertory. So many types of theatre companies. Young theatre artists investigate the mission and goals of various theatre organizations to gain an understanding of the mission and intended audiences...
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!
K - 6th
Celebrate Read Across America Day or Dr. Seuss's birthday with a collection of reading comprehension materials. Versatile for any Dr. Seuss book, the worksheets and activities promote both foundational reading skills and critical thining abilities, all with the wonderful whimsy of Horton, Whos, and a Wocket.
Reading Literature: 4th Grade ELA Common Core
Tackle literature instruction with the help of a collection designed to meet every Common Core English language arts standard. Included is a unit, a video, and a variety of lesson plans and worksheets ready to drive, enhance, and support the learning process. Check out the notes section of each resource to view which standard, or standards, are addressed.
An Iconic Character | Little Women
2 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewAs Amy lament's Jo's decision to rid herself of her singular beauty, Marmee puts a hand to her mouth, awed by her daughter's generosity. Watch the pivotal scene from a Masterpiece production of Little Women, and lead a language arts...
Defying Convention | Little Women
3 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewJo's decision not to marry her childhood friend Laurie broke the hearts of many readers—but it also represented Little Women's successful break from traditional nineteenth-century gender roles. A short clip illustrates Jo's desire to...