Eat Your State!
Students make a resource map of their state using different type of food that represent the natural resources. They use a cookie as the base for the map. They discuss making a map key and how to locate the items on a map.
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Find Your Way Through Trade: When sugar was just a stick
Students observe the difference between raw materials and manufactured goods by a demonstration by the teacher. In this raw materials lesson, students see items such as sugar and observe products that were made to be sugar substitutes.
2nd - 4th Social Studies & History
My Family's Thanksgiving
Prepare for the excitement of Thanksgiving with a helpful slideshow presentation. Colorful and engaging, the presentation explores Thanksgiving symbols, details, and traditions, and prompts learners to contrast the given topics with what...
Pre-K - 3rd Social Studies & History
Souper Philanthropists: The Drive
Students understand how good- hearted people can make a difference to others. In this philanthropy lesson, students hear the story of a child who eats in a soup kitchen (Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen) and answer questions. Students...
K - 2nd English Language Arts