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I don't know about you, but my back to school anxiety is something crazy this year! I created this unique packet to help make our teacher lives a little bit less stressful despite all that is going on with the coronavirus and COVID-19 and to help our little learners feel more comfortable with the e
With the outbreak of COVID-19, you might be looking for an age appropriate way to discuss the spread of infectious disease. In this LOW PREP activity, students will rotate through 4 stations to explore pandemics in history, the job of an epidemiologist, communicable and non-communicable disease and
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Pandemic Web Quest Bundle | 3 Distance Learning Resources on Global PandemicsIn the Pandemic Web Quest Bundle, you receive THREE distance learning resources that help educate students from a variety of perspectives on pandemics, their history, spread, experiences of those involved. Throughout each
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It's inevitable. One day Zombies will take over Earth. If you are not preparing your students, you are being irresponsible. If you want to turn your "dead" exponential and logarithm unit into an "undead" one, this might work for you. Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus into a forum for United Nation
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This editable presentation with embedded discussion questions and a research prompt examines 3 pandemics: the Bubonic Plague pandemic of the 1300s-1600s, the Influenza pandemic of 1918, and #Covid-19. It would be perfect for a Political Science, Government class, Economics class, or History class as
Students engage themselves in trying out new investigative strategies in an attempt to spread their disease to the entire world using an online game called Pandemic (www.pandemic3.com). Students can choose to become a virus, bacteria, or parasite or they can play as all three and compare the differe
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Help ease your students into this challenging school year with these new school rules during the Coronavirus Pandemic!This EDITABLE Powerpoint Presentation will allow you to have an honest and open conversation with your students on how instruction and their learning will be this year at the beginni
This set includes 12 ready-to-print pandemic posters to promote student health and hygiene. A great daily reminder for your classroom!Simply print on standard paper or card stock then laminate and display! Posters may also be trimmed to fit inside an 8x10 picture frame.Set includes the following sig
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Someday, their pandemic journal will allow students to share this moment in time with their children and grandchildren. Today, making it will help them to process their experience and reflect on their days. This one-pager template, available as a PDF or a Google Drive link, gives students an easy wa
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Be prepared for going back to school this year during the Coronavirus Pandemic! No matter if you are heading back to the classroom, teaching online, or doing both this year during COVID-19, grab these resources now and BE READY!Buy these products together now and save!Bundle INCLUDES:Rules for Vid
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Students will gain basic knowledge about the 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic (Spanish Flu) by completing a great internet-based worksheet. The Influenza Pandemic Webquest uses a very student friendly website that covers the important history and has many facts about the Pandemic and daily life in 1918-
Gr. 6-12: Students create their own primary source record of living through COVID-19; entry points for ANY student to complete this creative project.This project can be edited by you, or you can assign the PDF/print ready file to students by uploading it to your virtual classroom space. Students ca
It was an ordinary day. It was. Then came the screams, “Cooties! He gave me Cooties!!!” This was soon followed by “Cooties! She gave me Cooties!!!” Soon classes began to fall over (still breathing), but in an unconscious state. Bodies started turning blue and pink. A contagion was among them. The te
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This simple and easy stem challenge resource is for students to go through the engineering design process to design a face mask to help during a pandemic. Teachers have the option of the Interactive Google Slides version, the print and go version, or the editable print and go version. Students use a
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Vision boards can help students think about the future in a positive way, reflecting and setting goals as they consider who they want to be and how to get there. In this reflective project, students consider the possibility of this pandemic as a pivot point in their lives from which they can take wh
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Learning ObjectivesI decided I want my students to know more about covid-19.It's a virus - what's a virus?It's a pandemic - what's a pandemic?Scientist are working on a vaccine - what's a vaccine?And I wanted it to connect to current events.{I'm Included in: 6 in 1 google coronavirus bundle}How does
It's inevitable. One day Zombies will take over Earth. If you are not preparing your students, you are being irresponsible. If you want to turn your "dead" exponential and logarithm unit into an "undead" one, this might work for you. Turn your elementary math class into a forum for United Nations re
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This hyperdoc is designed for teachers who are teaching the bubonic plague/Black Death during the time of the global coronavirus pandemic. The hyperdoc can be used for distance learning, virtual teaching or for teaching within the classroom with 1:1 devices. The goal of this mini-unit is for student
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You will need Google Drive to access this product.These no prep journal assignments will engage upper elementary and middle school students at home. The prompts will keep you connected and encourage important dialogue as students create a historical log they will look back on for years to come.Uploa
Are you a French language teacher (Core French, Extended, Immersion)? Do you have a child in French Immersion? Are you looking for a way to explain the new rules and routines at school in 2020? This book is a short story about Sophie, a Grade 1 student, attending school during the pandemic in 2020.
Netflix and Vox’s series Explained is back for Season 2 and this episode is on The Next Pandemic. It focuses on pandemics of our past and steps to prepare for future outbreaks. It discusses Black Death, 1918 Flu Pandemic, smallpox, SARS, and the need for vaccinations. This episode would be benefic
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Now more than ever, the importance of KINDNESS during the COVID-19 pandemic should be at the forefront of our minds. Whether teaching in a Distance Learning model, Hybrid Model, In-person, or Homeschooling children, this lesson acknowledges that emotions are high, and understandably so, but kindness
This 6 episode docuseries, Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak, is a 2020 Netflix release that examines the efforts of those who are trying to prevent and/or stop the next global outbreak. This series examines the 1918 Influenza outbreak, coronavirus (i.e. SARS and MERS ), avian flu, and swine flu.
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