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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
This is a fun activity to help students analyze a classic short story and practice using logical evidence and reason in persuasive writing and speech. NOTICE that this "Insanity Plea" activity is included in the Psychotic Short Stories unit, so don't purchase both as you'd be paying twice for the s
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
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
Bring real-world applications that are relevant to students with this linear equations project on college costs. Students examine the cost of individual colleges and compare colleges using linear equations. For students ready for systems of equations, students evaluate the impact of grant money
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
Teach students about ancient Egyptian mummification with this fun and interactive reenactment activity. Students will role-play while they learn how to “mummify” one of their classmates, who will play the part of the deceased pharaoh. The rest of the class will pretend to be embalmers, priests, pri
This simulation introduces your students to four methods for displaying data: frequency tables, bar graphs, pictographs and line plots. Students will have the opportunity to record observations about each method for displaying data and compare/contrast methods for collecting data. Students will then
Your students will love this game! They are required to work together in teams and make important decisions to help them survive on and escape from a Desert Island. Perfect for developing Critical Thinking, Cooperative Learning and Team Building. Students earn points based on the decisions they m
My students loved my original Class Escape, so I created the HALLOWEEN EDITION when they begged me to make another! Modeled after the popular "Escape" games in many cities around the country, this classroom version prompts students to work together as a class to solve puzzles, connect the clues, an
This document contains 25 links (with descriptions about each link) to free virtual field trips. You click on the link and are taken to a sight that has both information and media--such as a virtual tour of a museum or a live feed of a webcam or a 3d manipulative view, etc.
Focus on differentiation with this Christmas Around the World set of leveled Reader’s Theaters! This set focuses on telling the story behind 4 important customs celebrated around the world at Christmas time. Written on 3 separate reading levels, it is easy to match each student with a part that me
Take your kiddos on this engaging 10 lesson project based learning simulation that teaches map skills. The simulation scenario involves an expedition group that has gotten lost somewhere in North America. Students will learning various map skills focusing on using US maps. Your students will work in
Originally published in the October 2008 issue of Scholastic's Storyworks magazine (and later reprinted in Scope, Scholastic News, and my book, Read Aloud Plays: Classic Short Stories), this newly-revised script is true to the original text but is cleverly structured to be more appropriate for middl
In this excellent and engaging review game, students sit in the "hotseat" and compete in "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" to review material for an upcoming test. This PowerPoint game is easy to use and is very teacher friendly - just insert your questions and hit "start slideshow" and the rest is
Whether you’re headed back to school or starting a new unit, this team building exercise will get kids engaged and excited about being in your classroom. The Marshmallow Team Building exercise helps teachers establish a classroom atmosphere of teamwork and sets the tone for a fun, high energy class
Students create their OWN themed escape room in this terrific editable Google Slide product.....and NO LOCKS ARE NEEDED!!!!! This is a print and go Escape Room concept for ANY content area.Have students edit the template to include a theme, a mystery letter and 5 different puzzles/riddles that lea
This pollution simulation is a great way for students to visually see the effects that humans have on natural environments. The teacher reads aloud the provided story which takes a fish on a journey that begins in its clean habitat and ends in a polluted stream. Students follow along with a recordin
This packet includes 10 days worth of plans to cover many economic standards. You will set up a class store and students will learn through real, hands-on experience about economic concepts. I have included coupons you can use for students to buy at your store, so you don't have to spend additiona
The Case of the Missing Cookie is a 1-2 week mystery simulation, which can be used to teach science process skills, review nature of science and team building skills. There is absolutely no planning just print and copy; and minimal preparation (just a few materials). In addition students learn and
Originally published in Scholastic's Storyworks magazine. Exceptionally powerful reader's theater from the Civil Rights Movement. Liven up your Black History unit with this classroom play about the Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-ins of 1960. Based on the actual event, this classroom play script is sui
In this mini-unit, you will receive instructions and activities for 2 Science Experiments to go along with your Hibernation unit! Includes: -Instructions and Materials list for the teacher -Blubber Experiment -Finding Food Experiment Your kids will have a blast with these fun & simple experim
This product is an interactive simulation using dice that follows the journey of a snowflake. Included in this product:- Directions for the simulation-Signs to mark locations of events in classroom-Event directions-Recording sheet-Sample recording sheet-Directions for narrative-Sample narrative base
Bring key characteristics of the 13 colonies to life with this FREEBIE Reader’s Theater script featuring the New England Colonies! This is part of a leveled set of 3 reader’s theater featuring the New England, Middle, and Southern colonial way of life plus additional comparison activities! This fr

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