Young scholars explore the National Postal Museum through an interactive program. They explore how a stamp design gets proposed and who designs them. They also examine the history of the postal service.
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The Peer Advocacy Guide
Teasing, mocking, and disrespect can be the hallmarks in the life of those with disabilities. Disrupt the cycle of abuse with a toolkit designed to turn peers into advocates for all those who are bullied. Everything needed to create a...
7th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
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Eighth graders write a Compare and Contrast essay comparing the lives of similarly aged students at different Latitudes. They share their essays with epals, via e-mail. They may include digital photographs in their correspondence as well.
8th Visual & Performing Arts
Ponzi? An April Fool's Day History and Economics Lesson Plan
Learners explore the concept of a Ponzi Scheme. In this economics lesson, students invest in a product called Thin-Cups. Learners invest money in this product over the course of a couple weeks. Students discover how a Ponzi Scheme works...
5th - 7th Social Studies & History