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Teach your students pseudocode with Legos. Which is a method of writing code that is not tied to any specific programming language, making it an...
Lesson Objective: To use multiplication and division to solve word problems..CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.A.3
Lesson Objective: To read an excerpt from a book about football and then answer questions about that excerpt.
Inference allows students to think critically and engage with the picture on a deeper level. By using adjectives and inferences together, students...
Lesson Objective: To learn about how a star is formed and then answer questions related to that information CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.3.1
Lesson Objective: To read a myth about a constellation and discuss the message conveyed in the myth. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.2
Students will understand and apply the concepts of area and perimeter while designing a restaurant floor plan.
Students will understand the difference between renting and owning a home and apply mathematical concepts to decide which option is best for their...
Students will learn the background behind this famous radio broadcast: why did it cause widespread panic? Re-create, Readers-Theater style, the...
Pre-written, Ready-to-Use Lesson & Student Worksheet! Learning Objective: To use multiplication and division to solve equations.
Pre-written, Ready-to-Use Lesson & Student Worksheet! Learning Objective: To write an opinion on if harvesting was easier 100 years ago or now.
Lesson Objective: To use addition and subtraction to solve word problems. (Common Core Standard: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.A.1)
Lesson Objective: To learn about and compare harvesting in pre-industrial times to harvesting now and how it has changed peoples’ lives.
Students will learn how to create a landscape using torn pieces of paper while exploring the elements of art, such as color, shape, and texture.