This lesson covers the five main geographic features of ancient Egypt (Nile River, Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea, Eastern Desert, and Western Desert). It includes the whole lesson (warm up, guided & individual practice, and homework) except for the
This lesson covers Shay's Rebellion and the problems that the United States faced with the Articles of Confederation. It is a full lesson and includes the warm up, guided and individual practice, exit ticket, and homework.
Through this lesson, great historians will be able to identify different ways in which time is organized, define time according to its label, and place years on a timeline correctly.
This is a complete lesson packet which includes a warm up, notes,
This lesson covers an introduction to the Articles of Confederation, the Land Ordinance of 1787, and the Northwest Ordinance of 1787. It is a full lesson and includes warm up, guided practice, individual practice, exit ticket, and homework.
This lesson introduce the concepts of primary and secondary sources for students and helps them practice distinguishing between the two.
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This is the PowerPoint that accompanies the lesson on ancient Egypt's five main geographic features (Nile River, Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea, Eastern Desert, and Western Desert). It contains the answers for the notes along with exemplars for students
Done with your unit on Islam with your students? Want to review important terms and materials from the unit? This BINGO game will help you do that! The BINGO game comes with instructions, a sample BINGO board (already filled out), a blank BINGO
This lesson packet is a full lesson (warm up, intro, activity, and homework) that teaches students about mummification. There is a fun web activity in it! Please note that images or text may shift a little on the page when you download because of
This lesson includes a Do Now, guided notes, student activities, and an exit ticket and goes through the different levels of an ecosystem with students (organism, population, community, ecosystem). The answer key for this lesson packet is in the
This lesson goes over the role of the consumer in the ecosystem and the different types of consumers. It includes a Do Now, reading, activities, homework, and exit ticket. The accompanying PPT, which is sold separately, contains the answer key.
This lesson explains what abiotic and biotic factors are and goes through examples with students. It includes a Do Now, scaffolded notes, student activities, homework and also gives students practice with identifying abiotic and biotic factors. The
This is the accompanying PPT for the Abiotic and Biotic Factors Extension Lesson. It includes answers for the Do Now and some activity questions from the lesson and goes through the directions for all activities with students.
This is the accompanying PPT for the lesson that explains what abiotic and biotic factors are and goes through examples with students. The PPT includes answers for the Do Now, scaffolded notes, and activities along with an extra activity for
This lesson is an extension lesson with more activities for students to help them solidify the difference between what abiotic and biotic factors are. It includes a Do Now, student activities, and homework. The answer key can be obtained by
This lesson teaches students about the different roles in a food chain and web (i.e. producer, consumer, decomposer) and includes a Do Now, guided notes, lesson activities, homework, and an exit ticket. The accompanying PPT for this lesson, which is