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  • Design Your Dream Bedroom
  • In this computer activity, students will use geometric concepts, properties, and relationships in problem-solving situations and communicate the reasoning used in solving these problems.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Geometry and Measurement (includes Time)
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  • Dust Bowl Photography
  • Students will explore Dust Bowl photography of the Great Depression and use illustration or photography to represent their school and community.
  • 2nd Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Writing, Art, Traits of Writing and United States History
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  • Butterfly Life Cycle
  • Students sequence pictures that represent the life cycle of the butterfly, write descriptions of each stage, and organize these stages on a decorated poster.
  • 2nd Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Science, Writing, Traits of Writing and Life Science
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  • Toyland
  • Students will explore where a favorite toy is made, locating the country of origin on a world map and using reference materials to discover three facts about this place. Finally, the students will present their toy and location to the class.
  • 2nd Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing, Traits of Writing and Geography
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  • Chain of Life
  • Students will brainstorm items of different sizes (from a molecule to the universe), write the items on provided strips, and then work to order these strips from smallest to largest. At the end of this activity, the students will staple together the strips to form a chain of life, with each student included as an important link.
  • 2nd Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Science, Writing and Traits of Writing
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  • Number Systems
  • In this math unit, students will recognize that mathematics has its origins in many cultures, appreciate that mathematics involves observing, generalizing, and representing patterns and relationships, develop appreciation of mathematics as a relevant part of life, generate and describe number sequences, apply the use of patterns in investigations, and give a valid reason for a solution to an investigation.
  • 5th - 6th Grades
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Numbers and Numerations and Problem Solving
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