And that will be The end of him! On the last page, cut the turkey in half vertically and glue to the right edge of the page so it appears the turkey is running away.
Students design biomes for a zoo. Benedict's Prep in Newark, New Jersey, submitted this week's lesson, which involves students in examining all sides of the Columbus debate.
GradesInvestigating World Cultures Submitted by David Anderson Students work in groups to write research reports and create visuals about countries, put on a culture fair, and use PowerPoint to present their information.
Students learn three facts about the geography of the area where the pen pal is located and about the pen pal.
Grades Mapping a Garden Submitted by Gretchen Siembak The purpose of this lesson is to have the students gain an understanding of maps. The students learn the components of a map, particularly the legend, the key, the symbols and the area.
The students develop their own map of a garden they will be planting in an upcoming science lesson. The students have background knowledge in mapping from exposure to maps in previous lessons.
Grades K-2 G'Day Mate! Students in third grade will work with a partner on the computer and explore the web links, which are available on the WebQuest, to find out the topics they are interested in.
Once their research is collected, they will put their information into book format using the software program called EasyBook by Sunburst. Vicars Students create a postcard by illustrating a place they would like to visit and using ten adjectives in a short message describing the pictures.
GradesWeb Trails: An Online Adventure Submitted by Kelly Ickes Students research Iowa's parks and trails, plan a day trip to one of the places they learn about, and write a fiction story based on the information they find.
GradesA Walk Through the 20th Century Submitted by Tammy Bunton Each student reviews the people, places, and events of a particular decade of the 20th Century, writes a report about that decade, and creates a booth of memorabilia, music, dress, pictures and other artifacts representing the time period.
Students share their booths with their classmates, and then invite the entire school to a "Celebration of the 20th Century.The 6 or 7+ answer round of Facebook Family Feud requires clever playing. Use our Family Feud cheat charts for the answers here!
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