Students study two pie charts reflecting 1981 and 2001 Census data on the family. They complete a simple family tree for their own family. They discover how the Canadian family structure is changing.
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Where Did Our Families Come From?
Young historians focus on their own family histories in this lesson on genealogy. The class discusses where their families came from, what kinds of people have settled in Colorado, and how many generations of their family have lived in...
4th - 6th Social Studies & History
The Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury on Veterans and Their Families
As far back as your scholars can remember, their country has been at war. Be sure they understand the various implications of this global conflict by presenting personal stories of veterans who have suffered traumatic brain injury (TBI)...
6th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
Family and Household Structure
Learners examine what the word "family" means today. They identify cultural traditions that are still popular in the United States. They read primary source documents and discover how advice is passed on from generation to generation.
3rd - 8th Social Studies & History
Solving Simple Addition and Subtraction Equations Using Fact Families
Students explore addition fact families. In this addition and subtraction fact family math lesson, students click and drag objects on the Smart Board to create visual representations of fact families. Students use fact family strategies...
2nd - 4th Math
Solve for Unknowns: Using Fact Families
Understanding the relationship between numbers in a fact family can make solving for unknowns much easier. Follow along with the second video in this series as the instructor models this approach with multiple examples. A story problem...
4 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed