What's the weather like in Rome in January? When you travel to a new location, one of the first things that you want to know about the place is the weather. Will it be warm or cool? Rainy or clear?
A climate graph (also called a
In this interactive PowerPoint presentation created by PJ Creek, atomic numbers and atomic masses are investigated. The lesson asks the question: "How do I figure out the number of protons, electrons, and neutrons in an atom?" The presentation
This is a PowerPoint Jeopardy Review on Chemical Bonding. In this game, students review the basics of chemical bonding, including the concepts of atoms, ions, and compounds. Questions engage students in counting atoms in compounds, naming
What caused the American Revolution? In this activity students examine several key events that led to the Revolution. Events in this activity include: the Sugar Act, the Stamp Act, the Townshend Acts, the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party,
In Constitution Math students use numbers from the Constitution and the Bill of Rights to complete math problems. For example:
The number of branches in the U.S. government + The number of Senators per state + The number of amendments in the
Do you want to bring more writing into your Social Studies classroom? This writing assignment is great for incorporating the Common Core into your curriculum.
In this assignment, students have two writing prompts: one from the perspective of
This is a Tic-Tac-Toe Board on the topic of Chemistry - the periodic table, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, acids and bases. Tic-Tac-Toe Boards give students allow students to choose three out of nine assignments to complete, as long as the
This is a great tool for differentiating instruction in your Social Studies classroom. The topic of this tic-tac-toe board is Cahokia Mounds - the great Native American city located in present-day southern Illinois.
In this activity students
Why is the symbol for gold "Au?" In this interactive PowerPoint presentation by PJ Creek, students will review the names and symbols of elements from the periodic table. The presentation begins with an explanation of the Latin names of the