This activity guide includes high quality vocabulary and cultural information and activities to help your students get the most out of watching this famous film. Information about cultural topics such as Tejano and Cumbia music, crossover artists, and the benefits of being bilingual are also included in this guide, along with musical activities and games.
Taut free verse tells the little-known story of the first contraband camp of the Civil War.
With this 32-page ebook, students will learn to recognize, trace, and form upper-case letters, as well as letter sound correspondence and develop eye-hand coordination. All pages are printable for writing activities. In this exciting, skill-related book, children join ZIM, the lovable space creature, Zal, his sister, and Zup, his three-legged dog, in fun outer space learning adventures. Children are encouraged to think about the world of today and the possibilities for the world of tomorrow. Themes of exploration, technology and computers are introduced. Includes a skills chart to help identify which skills are being met in each activity. With this 32-page book, student will learn to recognize, trace, and form lower-case letters, as well as letter sound correspondence and develop eye-hand coordination.
Improve understanding of the election process for students in grades 3-5 by introducing and exploring the connections between national, state, and local elections. Students will learn to think critically about the election process while using the provided primary sources to increase comprehension. Featuring simulations, extension activities, and flexible lesson plans, this resource makes exploring the election process with students easy and engaging.
In this engaging nonfiction Spanish-translated book, readers will learn about the War of 1812, the causes of it, and how it affected American citizens. Through detailed images, stunning facts, and easy-to-read text, readers are introduced to ideas and events that took place during this time, including embargoes, the Treaty of Paris, the War Hawks, and the Treaty of Ghent. Readers will have the opportunity to further enhance their understanding of the content through an accessible table of contents and glossary.
Enrich reading in the content areas as students discover the history of American elections and democracy. Students enjoy activities that include preparing and giving speeches, working with maps and timelines, and a simulation of Election Day.
Make your classroom a place of celebration with the creative ideas in this packet. Each special day includes suggestions for making them a part of your regular curriculum, such as language arts, social studies, math, science, and sensory experiences. The celebrations in this packet include Fitness Day, Relay Rumpus Day, National Children’s Day, and One of a Kind Day. With these ideas, your students will have fun and look forward to learning.