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Students gathered research and applied all concepts learned during instruction about force and motion to design and build a roller coaster. We used insulation piping from the hardware store, masking tape, and a marble. They built the coasters along the sides of the hallway making changes as needed
This activity provides basic instructions on how to create an outdoor garden for your classroom. Provides a general overview of the benefits of outdoor gardens, instructions on how to create the garden, and also instructions on how to create a simple bird feeder. It is aligned with Common Core and N
8 Pages Best for grades 3-5 Here is a 3 page story about a blind-deaf college friend, a friendship forged by learning and serving, and the strength and beauty of optimism. The story is followed by 11 questions, an opportunity to draw, and an opportunity to describe your drawing to a blind friend. T
Teach your students about recycling using this illustrated open-ended activity sheet. Students can write or draw their ideas on how they can help with recycling in one section. Another area gives students a chance to "sort" trash into bins by drawing lines to the bin. There is also a space for st
This graphic pack of worksheets and resources helps teach important safety concepts to youth ages 10-16.Topics include:* Safe Bingo - Do you know what is safe?* Hand Washing - Graphic Instructions on how to wash your hands* First Aid Kits - Activity to know what you have and where* Dress for the wea

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