For this exciting state research project, each student will conduct thorough “A to Z” research about their state, where each letter of the alphabet correlates with a specific topic (e.g. E=Economy, H= History). Then, they will use their research to make a creative state float, prepare a state food item, write a persuasive speech, prepare a costume, create a state glog (an online interactive poster), and design a personalized state license plate. The project culminates with a State Float…
how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes! Check it out!
When I first started teaching adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators to my fifth graders, I quickly realized that they needed some concrete step-by-step directions. They also needed a way to organize their work. I racked my brain for a little while before coming up with this graphic organizer. My students love it, and they never confuse the steps again!
Are your students interested in dogs and cats? What a wonderful way to teach the skill of comparing and contrasting! Your students will use this product to record the facts and information that they learn about cats and dogs. Use the internet and check out books from the library so your students can learn facts about these animals and then compare and contrast them.
It's pumpkin season! Do you know that pumpkin is a wonderful healthy treat for dogs? Find out the amazing health benefits pumpkin has on dogs (and cats too)! Read more here! #pumpkins #doghealth #cathealth