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 1.   Middle Math Decimal Point, Terminating Decimal, Repeating Decimal, Estimate, Round, Compatible Numbers, Fraction, Numerator, Denominator, DecimalCrossword | Word Search | Word Scramble | Answer Keys(1,2,3)
 2.   General Math 3 Sum, Product, Dividend, Communitive Property, Line, Line Segment, Ray, Divisor, Quotient, MultipleCrossword | Word Search | Word Scramble | Answer Keys(1,2,3)
 3.   Whole Numbers Base Ten Language, Place Value, Number Line, Greater Than, Less Than, Equal, Digit, Repeating Pattern, Additive Pattern, CoreCrossword | Word Search | Word Scramble | Answer Keys(1,2,3)
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 1.   Basic concept of the Earth as our world ...content and the application of skills. You will need to use other materials to ensure that children master skills in reading, language, and math. -+ + + Kindergarten - Geography - Overview The geography objectives for the month of September are designed to introduce beginning Kindergartners to the basic concept of the Earth as our world. The lessons are simple and direct. It is the intention that the basic concepts that are introduced in September will be built upon through the rest of the year as the child matures. The lessons should be frequently reviewed. Suggested Books Arnold, Caroline. Maps and Globes: Fun, Facts,... User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
 2.   Energy Basics Lesson: Energy Basics Contributed by: Office of Educational Partnerships, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY Winner - 2009 Premier Curriculum Award for K-12 Engineering Look around for examples of work, force, energy and power in action. click for copyright Summary Demos and activities in this lesson are intended to illustrate the basic concept... User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
 3.   Spatial Concepts Title - Spatial Concepts By - Amanda Thalman Primary Subject - Language Arts Grade Level - K-2 Special Education Introductions:This basic spatial concepts lesson is designed for speech and language impaired elementary school children in a small group instruction setting. This lesson is designed to be given over one 30-minute session. Procedure... User Rating: Grade Level: K-12
 4.   Introduction to the Concept of Probability Introduction to the Concept of Probability Abstract An activity and two discussions of this lesson introduce the concept of probability and the basic set operations that are useful in solving probability problems that involve counting outcomes. This material is the basis of the so-called naive probability theory. In contrast with axiomatic probabi... User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
 5.   Back to The Basics: Measurement BACK TO THE BASICS: MEASUREMENT Grade Level or Special Area: 4th Grade Written by: Amy Beling, Littleton Academy, Littleton, Colorado Length of Unit: Six lessons (approximately six days, one day = 60 minutes) I. ABSTRACT This unit was written with the intent to give assistance to those students struggling with the basic concepts of measure... User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
 6.   Basic Chemistry Thomas Sherwood Tri-City Junior Academy pepperrosaranch@hotmail.com Teacher 7-8 Basic Chemistry Thematic Unit Gr. 7-8 Description: This is a thematic unit dealing with the basic concepts of chemistry. The unit will reach across the curriculum utilizing subjects areas of Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, Art, Religion, Music, Home Economics, Computer Technology. In this unit the students will e... User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
 7.   Concepts In Geometry Objectives Students will Discover Greek achievements in mathematics. Understand deductive reasoning. Demonstrate mathematical proofs of selected theorems. Understand Euclid's proof of the Pythagorean Theorem. Materials Discovering Math: Concepts in Geometry video Computer with Internet access Print resources geometry and ancient Greece Procedures Have students research different proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem and create a poster demonstrating one such proof using print and Web resources. The following Web sites are a good starting point:Pythagorean Theorem... User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
 8.   Volcano Basics - #2 Volcano Basics - #2 Grade Level: Grade 6 - 8 Content Areas: Creative Writing Literature Mathematics Geology Physical Science Basic Concepts: Listening skills Poetry Creative writing Igneous rocks Graphing Geometry Scientific Method Note taking skills General Objectives: 1. To allow students to acquire the necessary background informati... User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
 9.   Volcano Basics - #1 Volcano Basics - #1 Grade Level: Grade 6 - 8 Content Areas: Creative Writing Art Geography Physical Science Basic Concepts: Listening skills Brainstorming Collaborations Creative writing Spontaneous presentation skills Invention General Objectives: 1. To allow students to acquire the necessary background information on volcanoes which... User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
 10.   Biology / Art Basic Concept Animal Forms Zome System Builds Genius! Biology / Art Basic Concept Lesson Objective: To demonstrate similarity and difference in animal forms, including humans. Also to investigate geometric relationships within those forms. Prerequisite Skills: Previous experience building with Zome System. Knowledge of symmetry concepts is helpful (“What is Reflection Symmetry”). Time Needed: O... User Rating: Grade Level: K-12

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