Operation Exodus

Operation Exodus

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New York City / The mission of Operation Exodus Inner City (Exodus) is to promote personal growth, high educational achievement, and leadership to under served children of Wash
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Jaw dropping heart melting eye opening spirit filled experience working here! Xox

Jaw dropping heart melting eye opening spirit filled experience working here!

The best program there is, they help so much young kids and never gives up on them no...

The entire staff was very professional, courteous, and helpful. I would highly recommend.

An Amazing program where so much living and lead inglés is done! Gabriel has lead es...

Friendly staff, excellent service department, dangerously tempting array of new and used.

Exodus is an organization I loved from the moment I first mentored nearly 17 years ago; I...

Carrie has been nothing short of amazing. A true professional, who diagnosed the love.

multiplication club--students get to sign the door once they master a set of facts

In third grade, students will learn how to multiply and divide. We have two doors in our classroom designated to record student progress. As they master a set, they will get to "sign the door." Could also use when they master Rainbow Words lists.

This is a fun activity that has students investigate different historical statements about the 13 colonies and determine their accuracy.   For example, one of the events students investigate is "witch dunking" during the Salem witch hysteria of the late 1600s.   Included in the download:  1. Detailed student worksheet 2. Powerpoint version of the instructions for the teacher to explain to the class.

This is a fun activity that has students investigate different historical statements about the 13 colonies and determine their accuracy. For example, one of the events students investigate is "witch dunking" during the Salem witch hysteria of the late

Historical Figure / Literary Character Facebook Project - kids create a Facebook page for a famous person (scientist, historian, author) or character in a book they've read.  Comes with blank template, an example page, and directions... I'm thinking this is a great substitute activity!

This project is sure to be a hit with your social media-loving students! They will create a "Factbook" page for a historical figure or book character. They will tell facts about the person (name, hometown, birthday, and occupation), identify people or