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  1.   Colored Light and Plant Growth
LEOs Print Version (this will remove all of the AccelerateU imagery and text). Title: A Lesson: Colored Light and Plant Growth for Grade 4 Unit: Topic: Needs of plants/controlled studies Standard Level: Elementary Grade: Grade 4 Start - End Date: There is no start - end date specified This LEO was created by: Jennifer Baxter Connected Rubric: Learning Context: Observing the effect of different colored ligh...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Counting/Eye Color
Counting/Eye ColorAuthor: Hannah Rasmussen 3/23/2007 1:33:00 PM EST VITAL INFORMATION Subject(s): Mathematics, Technology Topic or Unit of Study: Counting, Mathematics Grade/Level: 1 Objective: Students will count and track the number of people with different eye colors. Students will create a chart using Excel based on thei...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Gel-O-Colors!!
...Links SignUp Sheet Contact the Staff Lesson Plans Sitemap/Index Teacher Workshop Program Coordinators Calendar Contact Information: Junior Engineering Utah State University 3735 Old Main Hill Logan, Ut. 84322-3735 Phone:(435)797-8000 Fax: (435)797-8005 Email:jreweb@cc.usu.edu Printer Friendly Gel-O-Colors!! Print Friendly (Acrobat) Lesson #32 Grades K-2 Modifications to Video: There have been several changes to the lesson plan since the video was made. This lesson plan reflects the latest changes made as a result of suggestions from teachers who have presented the lesson during the daytime program. Please...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   Colors, Colors?
Name____ Date____ Teacher/Period____ Colors, Colors? Lesson This lesson was developed by Ms. Susan Songstad (Kellogg Middle School; Shoreline, WA) Do the Stroop Test! This lesson is based on an experiment that can be found at: http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/words.html. If you have a color printer, you can print out a colored "Stroop Effect T...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   Color Story
Practice color words with a word processing program. Objectives Students will identify the names of colors by changing the words in a word processing document to the appropriate color. Procedure Write a story that includes several color words. Have the students read the story on their computers. Have the students change...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   Our favorites in gum, ice cream, pets, and colors
Our favorites in gum, ice cream, pets, and colors Patterson Links to Files Associated with This Lesson Students favorites(mdb) OBJECTIVE:. The students will be able to State their own favorites in several categories Assist in manipulating data from a database Recognize similarities of others and themselves ACTIVITY: The students built a database with ass...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Color Value
Larry Prescott Madison Middle School Rexburg, Idaho Color Value Study - Using Chuck Close as a Catalyst 7th Grade Acknowledgments: Judy Decker of ArtsEdNet - Judy helped organize my ideas and provided the links located in the resource section of this plan. Goal: Students will understand color has value and select colors based upon value to create the illusion of...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Phytoplankton and Ocean Color
Lesson #3: Phytoplankton and Ocean Color Introduction/Rationale/Background Satellites are able to collect four types of ocean data: sea surface temperature, sea surface height, ocean color, and ocean roughness. Ocean color is affected by the amount of phytoplankton (algae) present. The greener the ocean, the more phytoplankton present; the bluer...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   CGEE: Frog Learning Activites: What Color Am I?
Learning Activities: What Color Am I? Suggested Grades 2-6 Concepts Adaptation, camouflage, defense, predators Identification of various anuran species found in Minnesota Time 30-45 Minutes Catalyst Question How does the color of a frog help its survival? Background The skin of amphibians is important to their survival. It performs many...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  10.   Creating Arts - Art Making: How Do I Make Color Expressive?
Contents Pete and Poker 1.Art as Inquiry Introduction Description Analysis Technique Interpretation Judgement Student Model Assignment 1 Rubric 2.Art in Context Introduction What is Art History Student Model Conducting Interview Assignment 2 Rubric Turkish Student Model 3.Creating Art Introduction Color and Painting Assignment 3 Student Evaluation Student Model Rubric 4.Art as Inquiry Introduction Art Theories Assignment 4 Rubric Search ArtsWork: Students > Expressionism > Lesson 3 > Introduction Printable Page Lesson 3 Creating Arts - Art Making How do I make color expressive? Introduction Art making is...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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