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72 resources with the keyterm school

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A Walk on the West Side

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students comprehend what makes up the physical community. Read and construct scale drawings and models. Explore the history of infrastructures and how the contributions of science, math and industry have led to the development of their...
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Global Grover: Get To School

For Teachers Pre-K - K
There are so many way to get to school. Grover shows us how children get to school all over the world. This would be a good clip to show as an introduction to a lesson on compare and contrast, transportation, or global awareness.
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Spelling Unit- School Theme

For Teachers 4th - 5th
In this school themed spelling unit, learners study 12 more difficult words relating to school . Students complete a variety of activities with these words: dictionary work, definitions, scrambled words, and a word hunt.
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The Importance of Rules

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
No rules...awesome! Or is it? It's tough for young learners to think about what would happen if a rule didn't exist, but understanding the rules and where they come from helps keep everyone safe. Youngsters write a rule on the front of...
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School Memories

For Teachers 1st - 12th
Students anticipate the school year, or reflect back on it, to compile a memory book. They bind a book with a hand-decorated cover. Afterward, they record their memories, write autographs in each other's books, exchange photos, and...
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Our First 100 Days

For Teachers 1st - 6th
Young scholars discuss what they want to accomplish in their first one hundred days at school. Individually, they use markers to decorate a journal in which they write down their ideas and accomplishments. To end the instructional...
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Design Your School

For Teachers 1st - 6th
Students research the schools of yesterday, today, and the future. They read a book by Louis Sachar and discuss information and human values presented by this writer of humorous, offbeat literature. Afterward, they use recycled materials...
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Going Nuts for a New Grade

For Teachers K - 5th
Students describe the practices they follow to get ready for a new school year. Using those practices, they create a list of resoultions that they might improve on during the new year. They complete a worksheet and share their answers to...
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Life Before Kindergarten

For Teachers K
Students investigate the life that takes place before going to kindergarten. They brainstorm about some of the key events that are common for children entering school. Students create two drawings about life before kindergarten and...
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Jobs I Like At Home and At School

For Teachers K - 1st
Students explore jobs at home. They name a personal strength, indicate interests, and explain the importance of jobs to home and school.
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Workers Who Help Us At School (Part 1)

For Teachers K - 1st
Pupils identify the roles and responsibilities of various school workers. They identify implications of what would happen in the school community if a school worker did not complete that role or responsibility.
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School in the Past

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
School was a lot different in the past. Let your class discover what life in school would be like if they lived in the 1800's. Starting with the ring of the school bell, this presentation shows how kids learned and how they were...
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Hair a disruption or personal expression?

For Teachers 6th - Higher Ed
When does hair (or clothing) disrupt the school process? This question is the topic of the argumentative paper your class with write. They read and react to an article about a boy who was expelled from school for sporting a Mohawk, then...
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A Walk Around the School: Mapping Places Near and Far

For Teachers K - 1st
After reading Pat Hutchins’ Rosie’s Walk, have your young cartographers create a map of Rosie’s walk. Then lead them on a walk around the school. When you return class members sequence the walk by making a list of how the class got from...
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Who helps us to run our school?

For Teachers 2nd - 3rd
Students think about the way their school is run. They watch an animation on the DirectgovKids website and use role play to think about the people that work in their school.
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Getting Involved at School

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students discuss ways to get involved in activities at school. In groups, they brainstorm a list of qualities of a person who is engaged in civics and how they can become involved in activities at school related to government. They...
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New to School Student Booklets

For Teachers K
Pupils complete a booklet that describes their experiences in school. They read books about going to school and complete pages about themselves, their teachers and the types of activities they most enjoy.
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Literature and Telecommunications

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Young scholars read a novel and write short journal entries about the characters, setting and interesting facts. Using email, they share their responses to the novel with other students at a different school. Student also create slide...
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Picture Sentences --All About School

For Teachers K - 1st
In this reading comprehension/visualization worksheet, students study 5 pictures. From a list of 4 sentences, students match the appropriate sentence to the picture.
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Kill the Indian, Save the Man!

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students investigate primary sources from Carlisle Indian School including letters and photographs.  For this investigative lesson students answer questions about their research.
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What To Be or Not To Be

For Teachers K
Students discuss and learn about jobs and workers found in their school and then in the world around them. Through the activities presented in the activity, students will become familiar with various workers and their tools. The describe...
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A World Without A School

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students devise a drama sketch of a futuristic learning environment before considering the advantages and disadvantages of a world without schools. Students role play their creations within the hall or classroom.
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Be Our Guest

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students share their own opinions about proper and poor etiquette in school. After reading an article, they discover matters of etiquette and conflict that occur during holiday rituals. They role-play the potential conflicts and...
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Our Town

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students read and discuss an online article as they consider what makes a center of activity in a city or town. They produce a documentary film of the hub of activity in their school.