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The Brooklyn Bridge Project Packet
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewWhen looking at the Brooklyn Bridge, the awesomeness of building such a structure in 1870 comes to the forefront. Learners comprehend how builders took on such a massive project so long ago. Using photos, political cartoons, and letters,...
Early Civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt and Kush
6th - 10th
New ReviewScholars read and follow directions to locate and color landforms, bodies of water, cities, and countries on three maps—a map of the Nile River, a Nile and Mesopotamia regional map, and a map with today's current countries in the Middle...
Cogheart and Moonlocket
6th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewPeter Bunzi takes readers to the Victorian era with two stories, Coghaert and Moonlocket. Accompany the literary time warp with a companion packet that offers a plethora of exercises. Learning opportunities include activities for before,...
Writing Informative Text: School Days
5th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewA three-part writing assessment challenges scholars to think critically about schools of the past and present. Learners read informative texts, answer questions to prepare for a discussion, research in small groups, complete a Venn...
Writing About Literature: Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Heidi
5th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewScholars read excerpts from the story, Heidi, in a three-part assessment that focuses on comparing and contrasting characters. Each part contains three tasks that challenge learners to discuss, answer comprehension questions,...
Writing About Informational Text: Everybody Can Bike
4th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewA three-part assessment challenges scholars to read informational texts in order to complete three tasks. Following a brief reading, class members take part in grand conversations, complete charts, and work in small groups to research...
Writing Informational Text: Community and School Gardens
2nd CCSS: Designed
New ReviewTwo informational texts feature community gardens of the past and present and how seeds grow. Scholars read, discuss what they have read, complete a timeline, define words, and compose a brief essay about the texts' main idea.