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After a leprechaun "visits" your classroom, students engage in a leprechaun hunt that can have a green, eco-friendly focus.
1960s America; Segregation and Integration; Civil Rights Movement
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Arts and Crafts; Songs and Rhymes
This hands-on activity lets young readers have fun with Dr. Seuss' language and experiment with physical pattern making.
Discovery and Learning; Charts and Graphs; Cause and Effect; Listening and Speaking; Expository Writing
A science experiment to teach students about the water cycle, an essential part of maintaining earth's ecosystems
Cooking; Main Idea and Details; Word Recognition; Early Reading; Following Directions
Students cook up a batch of the Seuss book's namesake, connecting literature with math and real-world skills.
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In this crafty lesson plan, students make their own insects to learn about the physical characteristics and anatomy of insects.
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.
Green eggs, comfy pajamas, Cat in the Hat hats, and other imaginative activities to help you celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday
Students create a rainbow handprint beaming from a pot of gold in this fun St. Patrick’s Day craft.
Students create and wear these masks to celebrate spring and be like March: in like a lion and out like a lamb!
These free resources will help you use phonics to promote reading success.
Provides activities for learning the water cycle. Students create three-dimensional clouds and label them with facts, diagrams of the water cycle, and related vocabulary words.
An innovative unit plan for studying Amelia Earhart and practicing the step-by-step expository writing process.
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