Cherries Still Positive, Lemons Still Negative
Third graders explore positive and negative integers. This follows a lesson entitled, Cherries Are Positive, Lemons Are Negative and uses Cherry heads and Lemon heads.
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How Fruits Store Energy: Science and Cooking Experiments
Students compare the ways plants and animals use and replenish energy. In this nutrition, plants, and cooking biology lesson, students perform a series of taste testing experiments to distinguish the differences between starches and...
3rd - 5th Science
The Rainbow Fish: Activities for Parents to Do with Children at Home
The Rainbow Fish, Marcus Pfister's award-winning story about the joys of sharing, is the inspiration for this resource loaded with fun. Suggestions for language and language arts, math, science, and social studies activities are included...
Pre-K - Higher Ed Math
What Subtraction Strategy Did You Use?
There's more than one way to subtract! After reviewing different subtraction strategies for two-digit numbers, including standard algorithm, think addition, compensation, and split/jump, kids decide which strategy makes the most sense...
2nd - 3rd Math CCSS: Designed
Garden Grade 6 Area and Perimeter
Engage young mathematicians in applying their knowledge of area and perimeter with a fun geometry lesson. Through a series of problem solving exercises, children use their math knowledge to design different-sized garden plots that meet...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Designed