Paint a Picture of What You Want To BE
Young scholars use watercolors and paper to paint and write a sentence or two about what occupation they would like to do when they grow up.
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On September 11th, both men and women came to the rescue. Here, scholars learn about a woman firefighter who risked her life to help victims on the traumatic day. Pupils discuss how firefighters are often portrayed as men, and that woman...
K - 2nd Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
You Can Be an Innovator ... Like Henry Ford
Why did Henry Ford want to invent a car for the masses? Why did Henry Ford locate his factory in Detroit? Why did Henry Ford encourage the idea of a 5-day work week? Young innovators find the answers to these and other question in a unit...
3rd - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
So You Want to Be an Abolitionist?
Third graders become conductors on the Underground Railroad In this abolition lesson, 3rd graders read background information about the railroad prior to making presentations to the their classmates about how they can help free slaves in...
3rd Social Studies & History
ABC’s of Me!
Young authors share all about themselves with this printable autobiography resource. Including 26 different sentence frames, one focusing on each letter of the alphabet, students write about everything from an adventure they would like...
5 mins 1st - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Famous Inventors Alexander Graham Bell: You Rang?
Scholars read a brief informational text about the famous inventor, Alexander Graham Bell and his invention of the telephone, then show what they know by way of eight questions—six multiple choice and two short answer.
3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed