This activity mimics the workings and difficulties of survival in an ancient farming village, from say Mesopotamia. The students are assigned roles, such as farmer or tradesperson, and given rules regarding the amount of food needed to survive and
This printable provides an outline for students to use in completing a report on a creature of the ocean. It covers the organism's habitat, life cycle, and place within the food chain. It also engages the students in research about endangerment
This provides a visual introduction to a fascinating region of the world. Many inner-city students will be wowed by these images, as they have never seen the like. The images also provide a base for discussion about different elements of the
With so many different children and different interests in a classroom, we also need different forms of assessment. Here is a variety of Book Report formats to play into the interests of all children. Each format accurately assesses whether the
My students always need more space, and space away from the desktop is ideal. So in order to facilitate having Read to Self books on hand, I designed this book pocket that fits on the back of your chair. It is cheaper than the sewn versions,
This Powerpoint outlines a process for teaching your students to see math in the everyday - and solve it! It starts by introducing a mathematical story telling sequence, and goes through addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and
This is a quick visual ( and audial) introduction to the Greek Myth, Jason and the Argonauts. It is designed to give students an introduction to the types of mythological creatures, story structure, and heroism common in the Greek Hero myths.