Is it a Grass, Sedge, or Rush?
In this vegetation worksheet, students work to identify the vegetation as grass, sedge, or rush. Students follow the clues and answer yes or no to determine the type.
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Gold Rush Boomtowns
The California Gold Rush sparked many people to try for their fortunes and led to the formation of some well-known California cities. Have your class read about the changes that happened and then respond to the five included questions.
4th - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
What Do You See? (Inferences)
Making inferences is a skill that goes beyond the comprehension of written text. In this simple exercise, young learners are provided with a photograph and asked to answer a series of inference questions using only on the information...
4th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Fact or Opinion: Animals
How many legs do spiders have? Is that an opinion, or is it a fact? Complete a learning exercise with four sets of five questions about different animals and their attributes, noting whether each statement is a fact or an opinion.
3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Gold Rush California and its Diverse Population
Learners compare contemporary cultural differences with historical differences based on population percentage. In this cross-curriculum Gold Rush/math lesson, students analyze aspects of California's Gold Rush population and diversity...
5th - 12th Math