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  • Fall Unit
  • This unit contains a week's worth of themed activities about Fall.
  • Kindergarten - 1st Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Science, Oral Language, Listening, Speaking and Earth and Space Science
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  • Pictograph: Birthdays
  • Students create a pictograph to graph the birthdays of their classmates.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Measurement (includes Time) and Data Analysis and Probability
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  • Fact Families
  • Students learn about addition and subtraction fact families.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Operations (+, -, x, /, etc.) and Problem Solving
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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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  • 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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  • Calculated Story
  • To complete this story, students will solve each math problem on a calculator, turn the calculator upside down to read the word, and then write the word in the blank.
  • 5th Grade
  • Subjects: Mathematics and Operations (+, -, x, /, etc.)
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  • Carbon Cycle
  • Students will learn about the carbon cycle and answer the "Think About It" questions that follow.
  • 6th Grade
  • Subjects: Science and Life Science
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  • Aaron's Errands
  • Students will use the information from four text sources that are all connected in some way to complete the comprehension questions and critical-thinking activities that follow.
  • 5th Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Mathematics, Reading, Reading Comprehension, Operations (+, -, x, /, etc.) and Problem Solving
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  • Earth Day
  • Students will read a brief description about Earth Day, and then complete related reading, writing, and speaking activities.
  • 4th - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading, Writing, Oral Language, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension and Speaking
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  • Predicting: Math
  • Students are given a variety of different problems to practice predicting likely outcomes based on given information.
  • 6th Grade
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Algebra and Function and Data Analysis and Probability
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  • Harland David Sanders
  • Students will read a nonfiction passage about the founder of KFC, and then answer the comprehension questions that follow.
  • 7th Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading and Reading Comprehension
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  • Thanksgiving Activities
  • Students will complete a variety of Thanksgiving-themed activities, including true/false, alphabetical order, sentence/word building, word search, and reading comprehension.
  • Kindergarten - 2nd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading and Reading Comprehension
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  • Edison Invented Lightbulb
  • Students will read about the invention of the lightbulb and complete related activities.
  • 4th - 6th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Reading, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension and United States History
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  • Stereotypes
  • Students will learn about stereotypes and how they can hurt people. Then they will identify stereotypes in media.
  • 5th Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts and Social Studies
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