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Phases of the Moon

    Behavioral Objective The first grade learner will model understanding of the eight phases of the moon using the Oreo cream-cookie representation activity.   PA State Standards Addressed 3.1.1.A9: Distinguish between scientific fact and opinion. Ask questions about objects, organisms, and …

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Science  

Grade:

1  

Make 3-Dimensional Model of Human Body Parts

3-Dimensional Model of the Human Eye Purpose: To make a 3-dimensional cross-section model of the human eye to be used to teach parts of the eye in a Biology class. Materials: Scissors Glue Colored Markers Modeling Clay Pipe Cleaners Plastic Spoon Clear …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7  

Middle School Science: How to See the Invisible

To The Teacher: One of the truly hardest ideas to get across to students is the existence of the unseen world of atoms and molecules. You can’t see or touch the particles of a gas. In these demonstrations you will work with …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Understanding Doppler Radar: Grades 5-6 Science

To The Teacher: There are several concepts students will benefit from knowing in order to understand how Doppler radar works when they see it on the nightly news.   The first concept is to understand different types of waves and how they …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

5, 6  

High School Chemistry: Accuracy and Precision

Summary: This lesson provides an understanding of accuracy and precision. The topic is usually encountered within the first chapter and first days of a general chemistry course. Understanding this is important particularly in regards to any laboratory experience. Although there are numerous …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

10, 11, 12  

Where did the snow go?–A lesson on changes in density

Where did the snow go? Grade range: K-2 Time to complete: 45-60 minutes Subjects/skills addressed: Science, Math Objective: Students will change the density of powdered sugar by adding a liquid. They will use the changed sugar to decorate a snowflake cookie. Materials …

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Subjects:

Math, Science  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

Rainbows to Snowflakes: A Thematic Unit to Accompany Sometimes Snow Falls in the Summer by Deb Troehler

Rainbows to Snowflakes: A Thematic Unit for Use in Grades K-3  The following activities were created to accompany Sometimes Snow Falls in the Summer, by Deb Troehler. Please see the attachment for photos and worksheets mentioned below. Table of Contents 1. Where …

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Subjects:

Art, Language Arts, Math, Science  

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3  

Are You Ready for the Test? Compete, Review, and Build…Brick by Brick!

Subject Area:                                    Science and Math Prep Time:                                         15 minutes Class Time:                                        30 minutes a day for 5 days (week before standardized testing) Grade Levels:                                    3 – 5 Grade wide Competition :         3 to …

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Subjects:

Math, Science  

Grades:

3, 4, 5, 6  

Dragon Fun Learning the Five Senses

Dragon Fun Learning the Five Senses 5 Senses Lesson Plan Five senses lesson plan materials required: A kaleidoscope or interesting photograph (Kaleidoscope craft idea – familycrafts.about.com/cs/toystomake/a/blconnkaleid.htm) Whistle or musical instrument Piece of sandpaper Soft or furry piece of material Perfume or sweet …

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Subjects:

P.E. & Health, Science  

Grades:

PreK, K, 1, 2  

Reading and Writing Workshop With Student Round-Robin Participation

Title – Reading and Writing Workshop With Student Round-Robin Participation By – Mary A. Mills Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Science, Social Studies, Art Duration – 2 Weeks Concept/Topic to Teach: “A Person I Admire – Revealing their Personality through …

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Subjects:

Art, Language Arts, Science  

Grades:

5, 6, 7, 8  

Word Play Fun… Not Your Ordinary Literary Masterpiece!

Title – Word Play Fun… Not Your Ordinary Literary Masterpiece! By – Mary Mills Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Science, Art Duration – 3 weeks Concept/Topic to Teach:   Students interactively explore the mystery genre in order to become …

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Subjects:

Art, Language Arts, Science  

Grades:

5, 6, 7, 8  

Three Branches of American Government and Three Texans Who Have Influenced Our Democracy

Title – Three Branches of American Government and Three Texans Who Have Influenced Our DemocracyBy – Mary MillsPrimary Subject – Social StudiesSecondary Subjects – Computers / Internet Duration: 3 days – 45 minutes each session Texas Knowledge and Skills Standards Addressed: Social Studies TEKS: …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Science, Social Studies  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Did Leonardo da Vinci’s Curiosity and Detailed Drawings Influence Communities Around the World?

Title – Did Leonardo da Vinci’s Curiosity and Detailed Drawings Influence Communities Around the World? By – Mary Mills Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subjects – Science, Language Arts Duration – 1-2 weeks Note: For another multidisciplinary Leonardo da Vinci lesson …

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Subjects:

Language Arts, Science, Social Studies  

Grades:

5, 6, 7  

Permuting Paper (and or) Permuting People Both lessons are described below.

Permuting Paper              To begin, I typically ask kids how many different ways 10 students can line up.  I let them guess and write guesses on the board.  Commonly, their guesses are off by a couple of …

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Subjects:

Math, Science  

Grades:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8  

How to make Good Red Wine from Red Grapes

Title – How to make Good Red Wine from Red Grapes By – Francoise Nicolasa Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Biology, Chemistry, Home Economics Grade Level – 10, 11, 12 This method was used to make Shiraz 2008 wine. Objectives: …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

10, 11, 12  

All Stressed Out – EC Smartboard ActivityBy – LearntobeHealthy.org, adapted by JP Kimbrough

All Stressed Out – EC Smartboard Activity By – LearntobeHealthy, adapted by JP KimbroughHealth / Physical Education Science, Technology  Grade Level – EC 9-12 LESSON DESCRIPTION: In this teacher modeled, web-based activity and students will find out what exactly stress is, how it effects …

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Subjects:

P.E. & Health, Science  

Grades:

9, 10, 11, 12  

Basic concepts of cell and it’s structures.

First Class   THE CELL Is the functional and structural unit of all living things, the cell is the smallest part of all living things, and performs vital functions such as: nutrition, respiration and growth, and also, cells can reproduce. THE PLANTS …

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Subject:

Science  

Grade:

3  

What is Causing Global Warming?

Title: What is Causing Global Warming?   Grade/Subject Level: 7 – 10   Overview:     Help students identify and understand the influencing factors of global warming, sources of atmospheric carbon dioxide, and the different fossil fuels that contribute to the global climate.   …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

7, 8, 9, 10  

Global Warming: Fact or Myth?

Title: Global Warming: Fact or Myth? Grade/Subject Level: 9 – 12   Overview:     Engage students through presentations, video clips, worksheets, and reading to develop an understanding about global warming. The various media sources may generate interest among students about causes of global …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

9, 10, 11, 12  

Water Cycle

Concept The student will learn the different changes in the water cycle, by interacting with hand movements, combined with singing. Required materials eggshakers(rain) mini drums (thunder/cloudy) hands movements board Procedures Explain to the children how the water cycle works, what beneffits come …

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Subject:

Science  

Grades:

2, 3  

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