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Lesson Objective: To learn what snowflakes are and how they are formed. Common Core Standard: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.3.1- .Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
Hands-on Learning Fun! Engaging STEM activities that are simple to put into practice in the classroom.
Essential Question: How do I compose a well written complete sentence to respond to a question?
New research suggests that summer school for English language learners can significantly improve their chances of success in school and their rates of...
Lesson Objective: To use multiplication and division to solve word problems
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Instructional supervision is behind the curve when it comes to exploring how mindfulness can impact the field.
Lesson Objective: To learn what snowflakes are and how they are formed. ...
The benefits of kids partaking in sports can’t be understated and in the age of the internet, it’s arguably more important than ever to encourage...
Even though it can be overwhelming to continuously plan excellent lessons that engage students, a few strategies can help to hone the process and make...
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The Groundhog isn't the only creature in nature that is used to help forecast weather.
Lesson Objective: To write the rest of the story based on the chapter read from Touchdown Kid.
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Burnout rates are high within the teaching profession, and it’s no wonder given the nature of the job.
Every-Day Edits: Using skills every day is a surefire way to boost test scores. That's why Education World offers this quick and timely printable...
Use Every-Day Edits to build language skills, test scores, and cultural literacy with students in grades 4 and above. Every-Day Edits: Aquarius
Will Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow on February 2? Thousands of U.S. workers will see shadows as they provide opportunities for young people across...