It’s going to be a busy day at the Claw Control machine! We have a BIG problem.
We need to make as many stuffed animals as we can to fill...
This lesson plan uses collaborative literacy stations to provide intensive, differentiated English Language Arts (ELA) instruction, and engage students in ELA, mathematics and science activities. At the beginning of each day, the teacher provides wholegroup instruction to review the current reading comprehension strategy. Then, students move through four stations – Small Group Instruction, Non-Fiction Listening Station, Big Book Station, and the Buddy Reading Station – where students work with either the teacher or their peers to explore concepts in ELA, mathematics, and science.
Entertaining, educational and inspiring, these virtual concerts from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are a great resource for students and educators alike.
Join Chef Asata as she explores a friend's chicken coop. Then learn how to cook different meals using farm fresh eggs!
Count On It! is a fun and innovative way to teach children mathematics.
Cyberchase is the Emmy award-winning animated math mystery show featuring a team of curious kids who use their math and problem-solving skills to outwit and outsmart the villain Hacker in...
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Videos iinclude the history and elements of dance. Through live performances and interviews, the collection represents a wide variety of cultures, periods, and styles of dance.
Fun activities and lessons that boost social-emotional skills among preschoolers.
Découverte is a collection of resources for teaching French. The collection includes a variety of video segments and animations.
The goal of Design Squad Nation is to give students a stronger understanding of the design process, and the connection between engineering and the things we all use in everyday...
During this project-based learning unit, students participate in the design process to identify and solve a real-world problem at their school – designing and building a garden bench for Drew Charter School’s TinkerYard. Students begin the unit by determining the resources needed, interviewing a master gardener, and researching details about garden benches. Then, with the help of a teaching artist, students use perspective drawing to sketch ideas for the garden bench. The unit concludes with students synthesizing drawings from the various groups, constructing the garden bench, and blending the bench with its surroundings.
Students can think like a paleontologist.
Dinosaur Train sparks children's interest in life science and natural history. As they explore a variety of animals, children develop the inquiry skills and...
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