Students will examine push and pull factors for various groups of immigrants throughout United States History. The lesson will conclude with an assessment activity in which students will show their knowledge of push and pull factors for immigrants.
This lesson introduces Kindergarten students to sorting objects by attribute with color. This lesson is aligned with New York State Kindergarten math standards and introduces them to more advanced concepts such as more than, less than, equal to, as
Students will examine the stained glass works of artist Henri Matisse and compare them to the changing colors of deciduous forests in cooler weather. This is a Grade 1 lesson and it is linked to Grade 1 NYS Science Standards as well as NYS Art
This is a lesson on one of the 4 signs of a chemical reaction: color change. Includes lesson, powerpoint outline, lab worksheet, and homework worksheet. Says Grade 5 but can also be used for 3, 4, and 6. This lesson is written according to New York
Sung to the tune of "We Will Rock You", this song helps 3rd graders remember the rules when it comes to rounding numbers. The right side is left blank so that if the teacher laminates the poster or puts in in a clear sleeve (for the normal size)
Perfect beginning of the year lesson that allows students to get to know one another! This lesson aligns with New York State Grade 1 math and social studies standards. Through this activity, students will listen to a story about families and create