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  • Current Events
  • News reporters make live broadcasts seem easy and effortless. But it takes a great deal of training and practice to become a respected news reporter. Students find out firsthand what reporting the news is like as they practice their summarizing and vocal skills.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Oral Language and Speaking
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  • Flags
  • The students will write a description of a flag using sensory words, then match key words to their descriptions.
  • 1st - 4th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading, Writing, Oral Language, Art, Vocabulary, Writing Process, Journaling, Listening, Speaking and Mediums
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  • Bugs
  • Students will complete a variety of activities, including a poem and mini-book, about bugs.
  • Grades Pre-K - 1
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Science, Reading, Oral Language, Phonemic Awareness, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Listening, Speaking and Life Science
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  • Action Words
  • Students learn about and practice using action verbs.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Oral Language, Listening and Speaking
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  • Chromatophores
  • Students will learn about a herpetiles' ability to change skin color through an art project.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Science, Art and Life Science
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  • Free Verse
  • Students learn about the characteristics of free verse and write their own free verse poems.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing and Traits of Writing
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  • Adventure Stories
  • The students will be able to write an adventure story that contains a title, as many sentences as you require*, and a conclusion.
    *On the peer and teacher assessment sheets, the number of sentences required will be left blank so that you may determine the criteria which meet the needs of your students.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing and Writing Process
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  • Nursery Rhymes
  • In this activity, students will use the drawing tool on the computer to illustrate nursery rhymes and print pictures with teacher assistance.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing, Art, Editing, Writing Process, Mediums and Techniques
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  • Online Words
  • Students use an online dictionary to define their spelling or vocabulary words while building computer skills.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading and Vocabulary
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  • Natural Flow with Vincent Van Gogh
  • March 30, 1853: Vincent Van Gogh's Birthday. Students will read about this vibrant artist and learn how to recreate one of his most famous paintings in this activity.
  • 3rd - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading, Art, Mediums, Techniques and History
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  • Simulation: The King's Candy
  • Students explain why Americans were upset with British tax laws, such as the Stamp Act, and identify two tactics colonials used to demonstrate their displeasure with these taxes.
  • 5th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Social Studies, Oral Language, Listening, Speaking and United States History
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  • Simulation: An Irresistable Offer?
  • Students will identify inducements the emperor Constantine offered people to move to his fledgling capital of Constantinople and compare similar situations offered by the American government and by local governments for business purposes today.
  • 5th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Social Studies, Oral Language, Listening, Speaking, United States History and World History
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  • A Tale of Two Towns
  • Students compare their community and region with others. Students describe places, cultures, and communities in the United States and compare them with those in other regions and countries. Students locate information using people, books, audio/video, recordings, photos, simple maps, graphs, and tables. Students locate information about local, state, and national communities using a variety of traditional sources, electronic technologies, and direct observations.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Social Studies and Geography
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