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1. Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the pyramid. 2. Cut out the pyramid along the solid lines. 3. Flip it over so that the colored side is on the bottom. Fold up along the dotted lines. Fold the tabs down and attach them to the inside with glue or tape. Tip: Print out more copies of this page for more pyramids. Use this pyramid to create Lesson Plan Egyptian Fact Pyramids.

Khamsa Hands (or Good luck Hands). This lesson stems from N. African Cultural art. This project was great with students of all ages. The younger ones may need help tracing their hands, but this also teaches them basic mechanics. Hands can be embellish with some really cool sequins, foil, glittler, etc. Have fun!

Common Core Continent Twister - A STEM Twist on Mapping and Geography

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Being a teacher means you always have something to do. It is like never-ending story. Not to be lost use ideas that make your work easier. Just like the one here.