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A series of photographs from Yosemite National Park in California adorn the slides in this ESL presentation. Though the only text is on the title slide, the pictures provide a good opportunity for your English learners to practice their...
Use this presentation about redwood trees and parks in your ESL unit about travel and/or the outdoors. Bright photographs adorn each slide, with short descriptions of each topic. The slide show is short enough to show in one class period...
Secondary learners explore food science by conducting an experiment using the scientific method and creating a science fair project based on their findings. They learn about food technology and modern research development. They...
Using old or donated flowers, little learners create flower prints. They discuss the colors found in nature, paint a background, and then create flowers for their pictures by dipping and pressing real flowers onto their paper.
Students research major natural features on all seven continents. They compare and contrast continents, their sizes, shapes, and major landforms. Students create a unique display of the continents to show major landforms.
Students identify spiral shapes found in nature and throughout history. They use this ancient pot-building technique to form a contemporary, unique coil pot. Students embellish their creation with decorative techniques and materials.
In this natural environment comparison worksheet, students use a chart to compare two environments. The savannah and rain forest are given as examples. No information is given beyond the format of the chart.
Third graders investigate the use of lines in different pieces of art by creating their own ink print. In this art analysis lesson, 3rd graders identify the contours and lines of natural objects such as twigs and leaves. Students trace...
Young scholars go on a nature walk and observe and discuss the living and non living things they see in the ecosystem. In this living and non living lesson plan, students complete a connecting string activity to simulate an ecosystem.
Explore gravity, force, and mass as some of the natural forces in the universe. Each slide provides information and examples that describe each concept. Learners are encouraged to throw a basket ball and a bean bag into the air to...
Needs vs. wants. When marooned on a desert island, these take on a new meaning! Small groups discuss how they would meet needs in such a situation, but then you introduce effects of climate change to the scenario. Now how will they go...
In this second lesson of the series, pupils learn to observe similarities and differences in photos of the sun and record them in a Venn diagram. Then, small groups practice the same skill on unique images before presenting their...
Meet the Extractors, Harvesters, and Harnessers: Methods, Technology, Benefits and Consequences in Acquiring Natural Resources
There are advantages and disadvantages to all sources of energy; the trick is determining which one has the least impact! Part six in the series of 12 has learners further explore energy resources. After reading information about one of...
Fourth graders observe objects in science and create a contour picture of the the object. For this arts and science observation lesson, 4th graders develop a clay sculpture of their object. Students generate a list of texture words to...
Thunderstorms, tornadoes, floods, and hail are just a few of the topics covered in a thorough weather preparedness guide. With descriptions of each weather phenomenon, from what causes them to how and when they occur to levels of...
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