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FREE Constitution Day Lesson Idea~ Looking for a way to make the Constitution accessible and interesting? Why not have your students write their own Constitution like the one here from Kreative in Kinder? Tie into Charlie Brown's The Birth of the Constitution, David Catrow's We The Kids, or Jean Fritz's Shh! We're Writing the Constitution!

Printable World Flags - for individual country unit studies. Focus on one country each month/couple weeks and study geography, culture, art, history, notable people, food, etc. make some traditional food with the kids to try

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Area and Perimeter

Last month, we had been working on identifying area and perimeter in math. So, I thought a fun activity to wrap up our unit could be this Cheez-It activity I saw on Pinterest. I modified it a tiny bit for my kids but they definitely enjoyed it nonetheless. I mean, workbook activity vs. Cheez-Its?! My activity was [...]

Force and Motion: Race Car Theme (Free) This activity is intended for application of force and motion vocabulary/concepts. Students should match words (force, motion, push, pull, and friction) and definitions, as well as tell why a smooth, flat track would be best for a race.

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First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

Teaching With a Mountain View: First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

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Procedural How To Writing Unit Activities

Procedural/How-To Writing Pack with writing ideas, anchor chart, graphic organizers, thematic writing paper & more!