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Get your students up and moving using these Women in the Civil War Station Rotations. This adaption of a DBQ gets students into exploring authentic female sources and perspectives. Students will take an inquiry stance-- all stations help students answer the essential question, "How did the Civil
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Practice division with remainders while learning facts about J.K. Rowling in this fun math game, similar to 20 questions! After completing worksheets, students practice their writing skills with an informational paragraph on their subject. Reinforce content from multiple disciplines in one activity.
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Bet you didn't know that windshield wipers were invented by a WOMAN! Mary Anderson came up with the idea in the early 1900s -- a time when women were often not viewed as capable of scientific ideas. Let's hear it for those women who were pioneers in their fields!!! Read more about women inventors in
Anne Frank kept a diary from June 12, 1942, to August 1, 1944. Initially, she wrote it strictly for herself. Then, one day in 1944, a member of the Dutch government in exile, announced that after the war, accounts of the suffering of the Dutch people under German occupation would be made available
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30 investigations of female astronauts: Christina Koch, Sally Ride, Mae Jemison, Valentina Tereshkova, Stephanie Wilson, Eileen Collins, Joan Higginbotham, Kathryn Sullivan, Shannon Lucid, Judith Resnik, Anna Lee Fisher, Margaret Rhea Seddon, Peggy Whitson, Svetlana Savitskaya, Ellen Ochoa, Kalpana
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Informative Research and Writing: Rachel Carson Students research and write an informative composition on the scientist and author Rachel Carson! An informative reading passage, note taking outline, and blank writing page is included in this purchase. Multiple Common Core Standards and TEKS for 5th
This is a research project created for use with elementary gifted students in grades 3 - 5, however it could easily be used in a range of grades. This project includes student instructions, teacher instructions, a page of pictures to help with assembly of the flappy, labels and cover for the flappy
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13 printable or digital pages of scrambled words to use during Women’s History Month (March): Rosa Parks, Sally Ride, Amelia Earhart, Jane Goodall, Maya Angelou, Malala Yousafzai, Oprah Winfrey, Ella Fitzgerald, Serena Williams, Marie Curie, Michelle Obama, and words like: science, justice, equalit
Looking for an extension project for Women's History Month? This product includes a list of women, from the past and the present, along with a graphic organizer for students to put their findings. This presentation is perfect to upload to your Google Classroom for online completion, or you can print
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Power-Up your classroom with BYTES Power Smarts! In this fourteenth adventure, join Pixel as she stows away in Al's camera and travels to The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House in Baltimore, Maryland. This story is about Mary Pickersgill and how she made the large garrison flag that flew over Ft. Mc
Believe it or not, Hermione Granger AND Louisa May Alcott have connections to women's AND civil rights. Reading the accompanying "Think Piece" promotes debate, provides writing prompts, and allows for critical thinking opportunities. Satisfies US/World History, Social Studies, and Language Arts stan
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19 printable or digital pages exploring headers in women’s soccer. Students analyze a photo from an actual game, describing what they see: Why players shut their eyes, How they hold their arms, Protecting yourself, Offensive headers vs defensive headers, Climbing an opponent’s back, Undercutting a j
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38 printable or digital pages analyzing the words of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Borders and the Wall, Immigrants, Health Care, Education, Housing, Money in Politics, the Media’s Focus, Change, Fixing the Broken System, Courage, Economic Dignity, the Power of the Rich, Challenging Those in Power, Cr
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24 printable or digital pages of writing prompts about soccer from the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Students write about: Empathy, Celebrations, Hard work and effort, How to prepare for a game, Defense, The best player in the world, Enjoying the game, What it means to be a winner, Penalty kicks, an
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Your students will enjoy reading and researching about Amelia Earhart. In this activity your students will read online web information, summarize it. Then they will sequence the events of Amelia Earhart's life as well as write facts to create a poster and write a biography. This activity is wonderfu
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Your students will enjoy reading and researching about Rosa Parks. In this activity your students will read online web information, summarize it. Then they will sequence the events of Rosa Parks and the bus boycott as well as write facts to create a poster and write a biography. This activity is won
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20 printable or digital pages exploring defense in women’s soccer, analyzing what players do with their feet, hands, eyes and body. Students work with actual photos from the NWSL and determine what is happening on the field and why: Gina Lewandowski vs Midge Purce, McCall Zerboni vs Christine Sincl
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22 printable or digital pages exploring soccer fouls and injuries from the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup: slide tackles, heading the ball, stepping on an opponent’s foot, head-to-head collisions, yellow cards and red cards. Students write about the fouls and injuries of the women’s game of soccer, get
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29 printable or digital pages exploring the emotions and reactions of the US Women’s National Team during the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Anger, Confusion, Intensity, Enthusiasm, Empathy, Excitement, Joy, Annoyance, Students analyze sixty-eight photos: describing what they see, comparing and cont
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16 printable or digital pages exploring the emotions in women’s soccer: excitement after a goal, annoyance after a missed call, anger after a foul. Students examine photographs from games to determine what happened and which emotion the players are expressing: Christie Rampone, Jasmyne Spencer, Amy
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17 printable or digital pages exploring dribbling the ball in women’s soccer: How to stop an opponent, Where the eyes are focused, How the body leans in the direction you’re going, The part of the foot (inside or outside) that players use to dribble, Dribbling through traffic, Sprinting while keepin
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22 printable or digital pages of divergent thinking inspired by the ideas of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Students respond to questions: Where do you see walls each day? How can we help a homeless person? Why do people come to America from other countries? How can immigrants show that they love America
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30 printable or digital investigations of female athletes: Serena Williams, Hilary Knight, Cheryl Swoopes, Danica Patrick, P. V. Sindhu, Mia Hamm, Simone Biles, Annika Sörenstam, Lindsey Vonn, Nadia Comaneci, Abby Wamback, Briana Scurry, Martina Navratilova, Rhonda Rousey, Billie Jean King, Dominiq
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25 printable or digital pages of compare and contrast inspired by the ideas and actions of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: compare standing vs kneeling during the National Anthem, compare feeling fear and anger, compare being focused vs unfocused, compare friends vs strangers, compare speaking vs hearing,

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