Students investigate street games of Harlem. In this Harlem Renaissance lesson, students use a Venn diagram comparing two games, such as stickball and jump rope. Students demonstrate these activities in the schoolyard.
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Main Street Through the Years
Students explore community by participating in class map activities. In this city planning lesson, students discuss the concept of a "Main Street" and how they were used to tie their community together. Students complete a "Maps Over...
3rd - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Take Me Out To The Ball Game
Grover demonstrates the danger of not Social Studies in this baseball video. He is unable to get a customer's hotdog order correct and repeatedly prevents him from catching a foul ball, all because of his inability to listen. This would...
5 mins Pre-K - K Social Studies & History
Global Grover: Cricket
Our good friend Grover has just got back from England and he learned all about Cricket. The film defines the game and shows how he plays the game. Ask your students what sports they play, have them attempt to explain how they play the game.
3 mins Pre-K - K Social Studies & History
Shari Lewis: How Do You Do
Shari Lewis and Lambchop explore the idea of meeting new people and how it feels. Lambchop is apprehensive about meeting Big Bird and other Sesame Street characters, so Shari Lewis talks about techniques to use to make this process a...
4 mins Pre-K - K Social Studies & History