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In our increasingly diverse society, many students who enter our classrooms are multilingual. We use the term “multilingual” because children often know multiple languages, not just one or two. Sometimes, depending on where different kids are in...
Students will understand the major pathways of circulation in the human body. They will identify and describe the functions of the heart, blood...
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and explain different types of chemical reactions through hands-on activities.
Students will understand the historical significance of the Jamestown settlement. They will explore the challenges faced by early settlers and the...
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...
Students will develop their inferential thinking skills. They will learn to analyze and draw conclusions from visuals, such as images, graphs, and...
By the end of the lesson, students should understand how the weather is measured, including pressure, temperature, and precipitation. Students should...
Teaching your students to tell time is a standard in many grades, from second to fourth, but they will use this skill for the rest of their life.
Help students create a breakfast menu, then work to measure ingredients and determine the time to cook. You will teach students that math is used...
Lesson Objective: To identify the purpose and key points in the Declaration of Independence.   
Teaching students to code using fun things like mazes and monsters will help them develop many skills they can use in their lives going forward.