Create a travel brochure about any topic we covered in class. (U.S.History, Ancient History, battles, famous people, inventions,
events, and literature.)Can be in standard three-fold design or some other creative format.Remember, you want people to
This is a writing lesson that helps students use quotation marks. By using comic strips the students become very interested in the lesson. Art also becomes a factor for students who like to draw or even just doodle.Teachers can present this lesson
Homophones can be confusing to young students. You will use an age approprate book to introduce this topic to the students. This book children love.There are handouts used with this lesson. Teachers who use overheads or a smartboard will find this
Write about a topic we have covered and do it in a newspaper format.(Title of paper, headline, cost, and etc.) First paragraph should contain date, place, and author. Also, don't forget to give the who, what, where, when, and how.You may include a
By using paintings and political cartoons you will introduce your students to immigration. With technology, computers and smart board, students can learn about history from different forms of art. This lesson includes sample questions you can use as
Choose from the list a person, battle, or event
about the French and Indian War. Write a letter to a friend or relative about your experiences during this time in history. You can also write it from a point of view of a fictional private soldier.