Go Fly a Kite!
Students study kites. In this social studies lesson, students discover the history of kites and what kites are made of. Students create their own kites to fly.
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New Review 50 Month-by-Month Draw and Write Prompts
Use a set of 50 writing prompts all year long with topics including back to school, the 100th day of school, and everything in between. This must-have resource is sure to get young writers on their way to becoming experienced writers.
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
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