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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
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
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
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
Bring the fun and excitement of a breakout room to your classroom! This cross curricular mystery challenge will have your students engaged, investigating and challenged from start to finish without the need of complicated locks or boxes. Students will work their way through 4 clues, each time they c
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
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
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
This product is an interactive simulation using dice that demonstrates the journey that European Explorers faced when traveling the world. Included in this product:- Directions for the simulation-Signs to mark locations of events in classroom-Event directions-Recording sheet-Sample recording sheet-D
This Friendship Escape Room is the perfect challenge for upper elementary and middle school students to build teamwork and learn about positive friendship skills. This challenge is meant to be given in a shorter time span than other escape rooms and is perfect for those lunch time groups! Studen
*** Click here to see a video of this product!*** This item has been updatedor whole group digital and printable play as well as resources for individual play on a device.Truly get kids excited about the Salem Witch Trials by having them take part in a digital simulation where they get to find out w
4.MD.3 - Apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in real world and mathematical problems. For example, find the width of a rectangular room given the area of the flooring and the length, by viewing the area formula as a multiplication equation with an unknown factor. Students will pla
This Escape To Middle School is a fun transition activity for students starting middle school. Students will explore the differences between elementary school and middle school and look at ways to find success.Students are given the a scenario where they will be sent back in time unless the student
*This workbook is designed to go along with the "Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Stations" that's FREE!Dowloading my FREE "Weatering, Erosion, and Deposition Stations" will keep your students MOVING! Designed to fit in one class period, your students will build on what they have been taught in t
This is a great reader's theater script to introduce/reinforce the importance of the Boston Tea Party as a major event in our history leading to the American Revolution. In addition, it's great practice in the areas of expression and fluency. The following play script contains 23 individual parts,
Looking for a fun and interactive way to teach your students about the California Gold Rush? This one-day simulation is an easy way to allow students to "live" the life of a Pioneer during the gold rush. Product includes: Teacher Directions, Simulation Station Cards and Directions, Recording Sheet,
Students will bring the 3 branches of our government to life in this whole class script of We the People! The fast moving script reviews the roles and responsibilities of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches in a fun, relaxed way! This original play contains 24 parts featuring various
This mini-unit is designed to teach and review with students the importance of being polite, respectful friends by not interrupting. Taking turns is an important life skill that students need to practice and learn. The unit can be used to teach and/or review with students in pre-K through 5 grade
Stamp Act Introduction: A fun, authentic way for students to feel the Stamp Act! This lesson is included in the Causes of the American Revolution Unit, located here! Buy the bundle and save over 25%! ------------ In this fun activity, students "feel" the effects of the Stamp Act through a hands-o

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