Students celebrate the end of Kindergarten by reflecting on what they have learned and what they are now able to do. They sing and recite poetry and write a class book. A very sweet end of the year lesson!
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Zoom-In Washington Monument
Students explore the Washington Monument. In this United States history lesson, students view a "zoom-in" PowerPoint presentation of the Washington Monument. Students predict what the main structure represented in the picture is as more...
K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts
Children in the Surf, Coney Island: Video Introduction to Kindergarten Beach Unit
Students look at beach activities from long ago. In this beach lesson, students watch a video about children playing on the beach in Coney Island. They open Kid Pix and create two pictures: one for children playing on the beach now and...
K Social Studies & History
First Americans in North Carolina and the United States
Students explore U.S. History by researching the Carolinas. In this American Indian lesson, students read the stories Many Nations: An Alphabet of Native America and The Cherokee: Native Basket Weavers. Students reflect on these books in...
K Visual & Performing Arts
I Wear My Genes Inside Out: The Genetic Characteristics of Animals
Students create mixed breed dogs using paper illustrations of various breeds. They label dogs created by students using the Genetics Center and discuss the aspects of genetics that affect the outcome of the various projects.
K - 2nd Social Studies & History