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Lesson Idea: Build Your Mt. Rushmore

This lesson challenges students to compare historical figures within a given set of criteria, evaluate who best fits the criteria, and defend their...

Lesson Idea: Retell a Fable

Students will read the fable The Contest Between the Sun and the Wind and sequence the events of the story. Then, they will orally retell the story...

Lesson Idea: Create a Digital Story

Students will identify the main character, setting, and plot of a story. Then, they will create their own original story and have their peers...

Lesson Idea: Responding to Visual Arts

Students will respond to visual art by applying criteria to evaluate artistic work. Grade Level: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12Subject Area: Fine ArtsFor a...

Lesson Idea: Compare and Contrast Characters in a Story

Students will compare and contrast the lives of two cousins in the book Dear Primo: A Letter to My Cousin by Duncan Tonatiuh. They will then relate...

Lesson Idea: The Medium and the Message

The purpose of this lesson is to encourage students to consider how different types of media about the same subject enable deeper understanding of a...

Lesson Idea: Musical Emotions

In this lesson, students will be asked to reflect on how music provokes different emotions, and how their own thoughts, feelings, and hopes connect...

Lesson Idea: Weather Watchers

In this lesson, students will record weather observations to describe patterns over time. Grade Level: K-2Subject Area: ScienceFor a detailed...

Lesson Idea: Mystery Numbers

Students will use mathematical reasoning to guess a secret number within a range of numbers by refining their guesses based on teacher response.Grade...

Lesson Idea: Keeping Up With The Times

In this lesson, students will explore Google Trends to analyze top Google searches. Students will predict, create, and justify a top five list of...