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Students think/write critically about what it means to be an American, ways we can honor our veterans, and then build a symbolic "Wall of Peace".
Students demonstrate knowledge of geography by identifying the locations of some of Earth's active volcanoes.
Try these creative end-of-year activities that will engage students, and maybe even inspire new learning.
Explore May themes with these editing activities.
This easy-to-use activity teaches valuable lessons about the importance of listening and following directions.
Students tour a virtual gallery of Mexican art and try some projects of their own.
Celebrate National Physical Fitness and Sports Month with Education World's tour of physical fitness Web sites. Get your students moving with...
Try this hands-on science activity that lets kids experience trees by using senses other than sight.
Weighing the Elephant: Students solve a math problem presented in a Chinese folktale.
As rates of depression and anxiety among young people in America increase, it’s an important time to teach stress management skills through crafting.
Students learn why plants have both common and scientific names, then complete the activity by matching each common plant name with its scientific...
Students give different amounts of water to common houseplants and observe and record the effects.
Planning your school's annual field day? Try these great activities guaranteed to make your day the best ever.
Does your classroom environment reflect your students and adapt to their changing needs? Learn to maximize the physical space of your classroom as a...