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*TOP SELLING ITEM* In this lesson, students will be given a mystery to solve, based on their knowledge of cells. To solve the mystery, they need to know the major differences between plant and animal cells. Students apply their knowledge to a "real-life" scenario in which they must classify cells as
This Civil War unit will help your students fall in love with history. The 15 lessons are interactive and thorough. Even better, I’ve made it as easy as possible for teachers to implement. *DISTANCE LEARNING UPDATE* (March 2020)This unit now includes DIGITAL ACCESS via Google Slides.*I have created
A game that my students love! Would you survive Jamestown? This is a fun activity to complete a unit on the early English settlements of North America, including Jamestown and Roanoke. In this simulation-style game, students will make various choices (similar to the choices early colonists had to
Looking for a mini unit to teach students about the election process? Look no further. . .With candy bar elections, students hold primaries and a general election while persuading their classmates to vote for the best candy in the "Chocolate" or "Chewy" parties.Includes election vocabulary, introduc
Atlantic Slave Trade: A Student Investigation into the Horrors! Middle Passage! Google 1:1 Compatible!This Atlantic Slave Trade Investigation is included in the 13 Colonies Unit to save you big! The 13 Colonies Unit!Purchase the bundle and save significantly!------------In this lesson, students are
NEW April 2020- I have added a digital component to this pack! There is an interactive Google Slides activity included!This unit makes U.S. government more fun to teach and easier for students to understand. In this unit, students will learn about the different layers of government (federal, state
An interactive simulation that allows students to experience the trials and tribulations of a person suffering during the Dust Bowl of the Great Depression for an experience they won't soon forget. Students connect their experiences to their learning through a narrative. This is a simulation meant t
French and Indian War: Analyze Scenarios to Learn Causes, Guided Notes for Impact! Google 1:1 Compatible!The French and Indian War lesson is included in the larger Causes of the American Revolution Unit, located here:Causes of the American Revolution Unit!Buy the bundle and save over 25%!----------
This Declaration of Independence unit will bring history to life! Students adopt a colonist identity and experience the events leading to the Declaration of Independence. Even better, I’ve made it as easy as possible to implement by including 18 detailed lesson plans. *DISTANCE LEARNING UPDATE* (Ma
Black Death, 1348 CE: A Bone-Chilling Investigation on the Bubonic Plague! Middle Ages!This Black Death investigation is included in two larger unit bundles, the Middle Ages Unit and the Black Death Bundle, located here: Middle Ages Unit: 16 Engaging Lessons to teach the Middle Ages (Medieval Ti
Classroom Economy Pack offers classroom money patterns in a variety of denominations as well as directions for setting up a Classroom Economy system. You'll find ideas for staging class auctions and other reward programs. Perfect for fostering financial literacy and for teaching kids how to manage m
Rotation, Day and Night and Time Zones become clear with this spinning paper model perfect for Interactive Notebooks (INBs). This lesson plan and hands-on simulation involves students spinning a mini-model of the Earth as it experiences daylight and darkness. It gives kids a visual representation of
Julius Caesar Assassination: A CSI Investigation on Julius Caesar & Rome!This Julius Caesar CSI Investigation lesson is included in the Ancient Rome Unit and the CSI World History Bundle:Ancient Rome Unit: 14 fun, student-centered activities to teach Ancient Rome!CSI World History Bundle! Tut, M
This Growth Mindset Escape Room is the perfect challenge for middle and high school students to both teach the concepts of a growth mindset and to have fun. Students are given the a scenario where their school is taken over by the evil Dr. Dread, with the only way out is to use their brain power be
ater Cycle Activity that makes a great project for studying the water cycle! This dice simulation represents the way water droplets move throughout the water cycle with complete randomness. The movement-based activity is a great way to get students ready to write about their learning with the includ
This Age of Exploration unit proves that history lessons don’t have to be boring! Included are 10 exciting lessons that your students will LOVE! Even better, I’ve made it as easy as possible for busy teachers to implement. *DISTANCE LEARNING UPDATE* (March 2020)This unit now includes DIGITAL ACCESS
Don't just teach about the Oregon Trail! Have students become a character and write about their journey westward as they live the Oregon Trail simulation experience. This project integrates social studies, writing, and math AND student wagon train groups manage their own classroom behavior and use t
Use this simple but highly engaging activity to help students make the connection between inherited traits and the similarities between parents and their offspring. Students will flip a coin to simulate the genetic traits being passed on to the offspring of two made-up “parent” creatures. File In
Roman Empire & Daily Life: Experience 5 areas of life in Ancient Rome!This Daily Life in the Roman Empire lesson is included in the larger Ancient Rome unit, located here:Ancient Rome Unit: 14 fun, student-centered activities to teach Ancient Rome!Buy the unit and save over 30%!--------------In
This is the traditional version of my popular Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics Escape Room. You can find the version that is optimized for distance learning here.In this 100% fun and engaging escape room breakout activity, students are introduced to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, the writing system used
Students will distinguish between first and secondhand accounts as they explore and discuss 5 different perspectives surrounding the events occurring on September 11th (9/11). Written with regard to “kid friendly” understanding and sensitivity of the topic, students will collaborate in rich discuss
"Lost At Sea" is an at-home simulation for students, perfect for distance learning! The student will spread a blanket on the floor to use as their life raft and bring just a few supplies aboard before being set adrift in the ocean. The items needed are common things the student should be able to fin
Ancient Athens & Sparta! Compare Athens & Sparta with first-person accounts! This Athens and Sparta lesson is included in the larger "Ancient Greece Unit" located here: Ancient Greece Unit: 15 engaging lessons to teach Ancient Greece! Buy the bundle and save a bundle! ---------------
This lab or activity is a hands-on and collaborative learning lesson that incorporates the following: STEM Earthquakes Geology Engineering Design Real-World Connections Problem Solving Inferencing and Predicting Materials: this handout, mini-marshmellows, toothpicks, jello Overview: Students will

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