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Back to School – Why Study History? Do your students truly understand why they are taking a history class!? Why not teach them in a fun activity? Turn your students into historians as they dig through artifacts, analyze primary sources and read information about history. This lesson guides your students through an activity where they debate the importance of history in their lives, examine artifacts, analyze primary sources, read a handout and create an illustrated spectrum.
CAROLINA COLE SLAW ~ I had never, ever, in my years tried this type of slaw. I've whipped up mayo slaws for our cookouts, lunches, etc and gave myself props for how delicious they turn out. Some with pineapple chunks, another recipe I used called for pecans. ALL very delicious. But then I was introduced to a vinegar/oil slaw at a friends home. His mother has been making it for years. She tells me it's an easier slaw to handle at outdoor parties because there is no mayo to keep cold. TRY IT!
Sweet and Tangy Cole Slaw - side dish - healthy - cook out - party - skinny - cabbage, vinegar, no mayo, allergy free, 10 minute, fast, sugar, celery seed, dry mustard
This website has a game called "place that state" This game allows students to place states in the proper place when they are all mixed up. It is an effective website to allow students to review the states and capitals. I think this would be a good website to provide students to allow them to study at home.
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STUDENTS LOVE MYSTERIES, WHY NOT TEACH THEM TO WRITE ONE OF THEIR OWN? THIS STEP BY STEP GUIDE TEACHES THEM TO PUT TOGETHER THEIR OWN MYSTERY! This is an excellent guide to teaching students how to write their first mystery. I have included an introduction, graphic organizer templates, outlines and more. From beginning to end your students will create an organized mystery full of suspense that unravels naturally.. I've also included a rubric for their final product.
Easy Deviled Eggs: Put cooked egg yolks in a zip lock bag. Seal, mash till they are all broken up. Add remainder of ingredients, reseal, keep mashing it up mixing thoroughly, cut the tip of the baggy, squeeze mixture into egg. Just throw bag away when done easy clean up.