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In this lesson, students create thought bubbles for either the brother or the sister from Patricia Polacco's story, "My Rotten, Red-Headed, Older Brother".
This resource is a lesson plan in which students will use clues from bird beaks and feet to design a bird. They will then write about the environment of that bird and how its structures enable it to survive.
This resource is a lesson plan in which a balloon covered flask with water is heated. Changes are recorded. There will be changes in the states of matter and a volume change while the total mass stays the same.
In this lesson, students create a personal narrative by generating ideas for writing from their personal experiences, write details of their experience in an organized manner, and revise their draft to add details.
Students will explore the difference between wants and needs as they decide what they will be taking to Grandma's house. Students will recognize that people have basic needs (food, shelter, and clothing) and wants (toys, games, treats). The assessment plan attachments includes wants and needs chart and picture cards.
In this resource students will learn how compound interest can be their friend if they start early. They will see how it is not out of the realm of possibility to become a millionaire by retirement age or sooner if they start young and put away money on their own. Students will play around with a scenario for their own personal situation.
This resource is an introduction for students to pathways, careers and skills related to childcare and family. Power points with definitions and a student evaluation form for the unit are included.
This resource is an introduction to pathways, skills and careers related to clothing and textiles. There is also an evaluation for the end of the unit.
In this short article, students read to learn the difference between quick changes to the Earth's surface such as avalanches, landslides and floods and slow changes to the Earth's surface such as weathering and eroding. Photographs and definitions of key vocabulary are included.
Using popular trade books, students will create a character map by first working on their own, and then in small groups. Students will share their work with the whole class.