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This Award-Winning Animal Unit covers Ecosystems, Adaptations, and Food Chains. Interactive lessons include vocabulary matching, a class terrarium observation journal, sorting vertebrates and invertebrates, identifying adaptations as behavioral or physical, compare and contrast animal adaptations,and more!
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Comprehensive Fraction Unit covers the following skills: benchmark fractions, equivalent fractions, estimation of fractions on a number line, comparing fractions, more/less than 1/2, greater than/less than, visualizing fractions with like numerators/different denominators, identifying a fraction of a set, simplifying/reducing a fraction, improper fractions, mixed numbers, adding and subtracting fractions and fraction word problems.
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Rocks and Minerals SMARTboard, vocabulary covered: Igneous, Sedementary, Metamorphic, Hardness, Luster, Streak, Geology, Natural Resources)
SMARTboard Rocks and Minerals Interactive Lessons
Skeletal System unit is designed to guide students through four experiments and a math lab as well as teach the following vocabulary: patella, ankle, clavicle, tibia, hip bone, ribs, femur, skull, humerus, movable joint, immovable joint, gliding joint, ball and socket joint, hinge joint, saddle joint, and pivot joint.
Skeletal System Smartboard Bones and Joints
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I Have Who Has Game using Literacy Terms. The game includes the following terms and definitions: Main Idea, Details, Compare, Contrast, Author's Purpose, To Entertain, To Inform, To Persuade, Audience, Narrative, Personal Narrative, Imaginative Narrative, Non-Fiction, Atlas, Encyclopedia, Biography, Autobiography, Play, Narrator, Fiction, Fantasy, Novel, Folk Tales, Fables, Tall Tales, Fairy Tales, Legends, Realistic Fiction, Historical Fiction, Character, Setting, Plot, Cause, Effect, Fact, Opinion, Figurative Language, Metaphor, Simile, Poetry, Stanza, Predict, Infer, Visualize,Summarizing, Prefix, Suffix, and Base Word.
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