Challenges and Overcoming Obstacles; Cleverness; Emotional Abuse; Ghosts, Monsters, Vampires, Witches; Literary Criticism and Analysis
Take a closer look at the magical world of Harry Potter with these engaging discussion questions.
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Use the Eric Carle classic to review several basic concepts, including counting and the days of the week, with these teaching ideas.
Students use real-world prices to budget round-trip vacations to various destinations.
The fate of a small California town rests on the outcome of one baseball game, and Tom Gallagher hopes to lead his team to victory with the secrets of the now disgraced player, Dante Del Gato.
In this lesson, use The Relatives Came to help students think about and discuss their own summer vacations and family customs.
Children learn the fascinating characteristics and behaviors of animals all over the planet with this interactive, comparative unit plan.
In this lesson unit on ancient Greece, students compare three myths and create their own original myth.
Teach your students to use their five senses to learn about their local community, including their homes and neighborhoods.
By completing teamwork activities and writing a classroom constitution, students will learn why we have rules at home, at school, and in the broader community.
In this unit, students explore various plotlines and cause-and-effect relationships from the book. Plus, they learn about author Louis Sachar, and transform a scene from the book into an original screenplay.