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Hudson River Lesson Plans

Here's a lesson plan and student page on plate tectonics.

Discover the Hudson River

Hudson River Project Video

Hudson River Waterproof Chart

Henry Hudson: Discoverer of the Hudson River (Great Explorers of the World)

Fabulous geography lesson and resources to learn about rivers!

Clean Water for the Hudson River Estuary - NYS Dept. of ...

Henry Hudson

Fish & Plankton | Hudson River Park

Historic Vessels | Hudson River Park

Hudson River Lighthouses

This is a great introduction or lesson on water sources (streams, rivers, ponds, lakes, and oceans). Included in this set:~a 14 page (1/2 shee...

An assortment of homeschool forms -- field trip reports, copies to be made, weekly reading plan, etc.

If you haven't taught plate tectonics, this is a great lesson to open with - all the background you need for this activity is included! This lesson includes an illustrated brief introduction to plate tectonics, followed by an activity that challenges students' understanding about the interactions between different tectonic plates, with a rubric for scoring. This would be appropriate for a lab activity or to challenge your students to make a poster of plate tectonic boundaries.

Your students will love learning about the 50 states with these hands-on flip books! There are 50 flip books included (one for each state). #TpT #TeacherGems #USsymbols

There are many types of ecosystems. There are three major classes of ecosystems: freshwater, terrestrial, and ocean. Ecosystems can range from small to large and diverse. Each ecosystem has different climates that range from rainy to very dry. The climate of these ecosystems depend on their location.

Comparing Movies to Books - Free Worksheets

not the exact idea, but something like it as a culminating project in the fifth grade. a day of recognition and global empowerment

$ In this game, classes are divided into two teams. Members for the team, stand up and pick between 3 doors. Pick Door #1 and a student may get a question like "What was the first case to declare an act of Congress unconstitutional?" Pick Door #2 and the student may automatically gain a point for his/her team. Pick Door #3 and the student might have to answer a silly question like "Why did the chicken cross the road?" This engaging game has over fifty questions about Supreme Court cases.

This is a FREE reading document that includes project choices for students when they finish reading a novel, literature circle book, or guided reading book.