Main Idea and Details; Reading Response; Research Skills; Expository Writing; Expressive Writing
Students discover famous African Americans whose inventions have changed the worlds of medicine, technology, and transportation.
Content Area Reading; Literature; Literature Appreciation; Asia; Geography and Map Skills
Use these teaching resources to celebrate Chinese New Year, a 15-day holiday ending with the Lantern Festival and the Dragon Dance.
African and African American; Civil Rights Movement; Historic Figures; Martin Luther King Day
Learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his nonviolent struggle for Civil Rights with lesson plans and multimedia resources.
American Civil War; Civil War Period and Reconstruction; Civil Rights; Slavery, Underground Railroad, Abolition; Content Area Reading
With this interactive slideshow, students follow the path of a slave in 1860 as he travels the Underground Railroad to freedom.
Arts and Creativity; Chinese New Year; Groundhog Day; Presidents' Day; Valentine's Day
Seasonally-themed craft projects for Valentine's Day, Presidents' Day, Chinese New Year, and more!
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Follow the history of black Americans with these lesson plans, book resources, student activities, and Top Teaching Blog Posts, perfect for celebrating Black History Month.
Create puppets, make traditional food, perform dragon dances, and celebrate with other fun activities perfect for Chinese New Year festivities!
Create these festive Chinese Dragon Masks to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Teach about Ruby Bridges for Black History Month or Women's History Month with a Common Core lesson plan, including vocabulary, worksheets, comprehension questions, and much more.
Teach about Ruby Bridges for Black History Month or Women's History Month with a Common Core lesson plan, including vocabulary, writing response, text-based questions, and much more.
Students learn about winter weather through scientific investigation, vocabulary lessons, and poetry writing in this unit plan.
A lesson plan to help students compare and contrast the stories of immigrants from decades ago to those of recent immigrants. This lesson plan also compares the differences between immigrants' experiences at Ellis Island and Angel Island.
This lesson plan for the Immigration: Stories of Yesterday and Today interactive online unit exposes students to the unique contributions of immigrants to American history and culture.
A science experiment to teach students about the water cycle, an essential part of maintaining earth's ecosystems
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