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Explore strategies to motivate your students to read more outside the classroom. With a little creativity and consistency, you can foster a love of...
Lesson Objective: To learn about the life cycle of a chick and the life cycle of a dog and compare the life cycles.
Lesson Objective: To write an informational piece about a life cycle
Lesson Objective: To compare the length of two objects by using a third
By the end of this lesson, your student will be able to explain the theory of continental drift, identify evidence supporting it, and understand its...
Lesson Objective: To read the poem, “Dog’s Day,” and then answer questions about the poem
Lesson Objective: To use addition and subtraction to solve word problems
Students will learn the fundamentals of 'How-to' writing by engaging in hands-on activities through customized 'How-to' kits.
Students will identify and explain the key factors that led to the secession of Southern states and the Civil War. They will analyze primary and...
Check out these creative ideas to help your students feel more confident in taking part in water conservation efforts.