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LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING
The student will recognize different information sources. 2. The student will use a telephone book as a resource for locating agricultural businesses and people with agriculture-related jobs.Discuss the purpose of the phone book, and...
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Make Up Your Story
Putting together an interesting story can be hard, but this set of worksheets will guide your writers into the depths of their own creativity as they characterize both their main character and villain. Using humor to keep learners...
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Take Action With Contractions! Concepts: contractions, spelling, punctuation
Don't let your pupils get bored with contractions! You've found a veritable squirrel-stash of activities right at your fingertips. This packet includes games, activities, and plenty of materials to support your lesson plans on...
2nd - 4th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
75 Summer Writing Prompts
Don't let your kids' writing skills get rusty over summer vacation! Hand out these writing prompts to keep the ideas and paragraphs coming. With a topic for each day of the summer, your class is sure to be ready for a brand new school year!
3rd - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
How Do Citizens Make Government Work?
Examine the basic functions of each level of government. A great activity where your students take a walk around the neighborhood and identify what is taken care of by local government agencies They explore various websites, and prepare...
3rd - 5th Social Studies & History
Do Animals Have Language?
Do animals have language? To answer this question, Michele Bishop's video examines the four qualities often associated with language—discreteness, grammar, productivity, and displacement—that separate communications systems from language.
5 mins 5th - 12th English Language Arts