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  111.   Oh, Baby!
...dents to take turns taking the book home to share with each family. 8.)Have the students make a mural of a barnyard. Give each student a large sheet of white construction paper. Glue the brown strip along the bottom of the white paper to make the ground. Use scraps of white and yellow paper to make clouds and the sun. Students cut out red barn and glue onto the "ground". Have the students color and cut out pictures of various baby farm animals and glue them on the mural. As students are working, walk around and ask them to name some of the baby animals. 9.)While the students are working on the mural, have...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  112.   Comet Myths, Facts and Legends
...rstand the difference between a fact, a legend and a myth. New Vocabulary: Asteroid * A small solar system object composed mostly of rock. Many of these objects orbit the Sun between Mars and Jupiter. Their size can range anywhere from 10 meters in diameter to less than 1,000 kilometers. Coma * The cloud that forms around a comet's nucleus. This cloud is made by solar wind striking the surface of the nucleus, causing a mixture of gas and dust to form around it. Comet * A small solar system object consisting of ice and other compounds. A comet will form a coma and sometimes a visible tail whenever it orbits...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  113.   Exploring Weather Disasters
...prompt you to download. WeatherDisaster2.rtf Your Rubric Multimedia Project Weather Disaster.htm Weather DisastersTemplate.ppt Assessment Strategies: Students should include the following information in their presentations: 1. A hurricane is a powerful storm created by heat and moisture. A wall of clouds surrounds the eye. 2. Tornadoes are formed within thunderstorms, from wind not clouds. 3. Floods are classified into three categories: flash floods, urban floods, and river floods. 4. Droughts occur when there is lack of rain and the earth's crust becomes extremely dry. The loss of plant and animal life m...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  114.   The Fabulous Four
...grade students will learn about each of the four seasons. They will learn about different activities we engage in during each of the seasons. Students will also learn about the appropriate attire for each seasonal activity. Content Standard(s): SC(1) 8. Recognize daily changes in weather, including clouds, precipitation, and temperature. TC2(K-2) 1. Identify basic parts of various technology systems. TC2(K-2) 2. Identify applications and operations of various technology systems. TC2(K-2) 3. Demonstrate correct posture and finger placement while using a technology system. TC2(K-2) 4. Identify safe use of te...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  115.   Atoms and Models of Atoms
...tegies to locate, collect, organize, evaluate, and synthesize information. Local/National Standards: Primary Learning Objective(s): Students will describe what a model is and explain how scientists use it.Students will explain how models of the atom have changed. Students will describe the electron cloud. Students will make a model of an atom of a particular element. Additional Learning Objective(s): Approximate Duration of the Lesson: 91 to 120 Minutes Materials and Equipment: Materials needed (per group):3 differently-colored pieces of modeling clay; 10 craft sticks; metric ruler; corn starch (optional);...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  116.   Why Does It Rain?
...ugh trade books, Internet exploration and a teacher-led experiment, students become familiar with the water cycle. Content Standard(s): SC(1) 1. Select appropriate tools and technological resources needed to gather, analyze, and interpret data. SC(1) 8. Recognize daily changes in weather, including clouds, precipitation, and temperature. SC(2) 1. Identify states of matter as solids, liquids, and gases. SC(2) 9. Describe evaporation, condensation, and precipitation in the water cycle. TC2(K-2) 1. Identify basic parts of various technology systems. TC2(K-2) 2. Identify applications and operations of various...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  117.   The Four Seasons
...eading and writing lesson for special education/early elementary about the four seasons. Content Standard(s): IL(K-12) 3. The student who is information literate uses information accurately and creatively. SC(K) 9. Identify seasons of the year. SC(1) 8. Recognize daily changes in weather, including clouds, precipitation, and temperature. SC(2) 10. Identify the impact of weather on agriculture, recreation, the economy, and society. ELA2013(K) 1. With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text. [RL.K.1] ELA2013(K) 9. Actively engage in group reading activities with purpose an...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  118.   What Will I Wear to School Today?
...w weather affects what they wear to school each day. Students will practice choosing the appropriate clothing by using computer software that allows students to dress different people. Content Standard(s): SC(K) 9. Identify seasons of the year. SC(1) 8. Recognize daily changes in weather, including clouds, precipitation, and temperature. TC2(K-2) 4. Identify safe use of technology systems and applications. TC2(K-2) 5. Practice responsible use of technology systems and applications. TC2(K-2) 6. Identify uses of technology systems in daily living. TC2(K-2) 7. Use digital tools to access and retrieve informat...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  119.   The Water Cycle
...ons: What do you see on the outside of the jar? Is the water on the outside of the jar colored? Did the water come from the inside of the jar? (The water vapor on the outside of the jar was cooled off and condensed to form liquid. This is an example of how water vapor is cooled off and condenses in clouds.) 3.)Evaporation Have the students wet a sponge and wipe it once on their chalkboard. Have them notice what happens after a few minutes have passed. Have them answer the following questions: Is the water still there? What happened? (The water evaporated. It changed from liquid to a gas. This is an example...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  120.   Comets
...ast four weeks before the lesson. Students should have experience navigating the Internet. Procedures/Activities: 1.)Introduce comet vocabulary words to students: Comet - a small body of ice, rock, and cosmic dust loosely packed together Coma - the head of the comet Tail - the extension of the coma cloud from the comet. There are actually two tails: One composed of gas that streams outward from the sun in a straight line, and a dust tail that curves very slightly along the comet's orbital path. The comet's tail is caused by the solar wind and always points away from the sun. Then let students view the vide...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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