Creative Writing; Writing Prompts; Autumn Themes; Halloween
Students will get in the Halloween spirit as they write spooky stories inspired by these prompts.
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This lesson plan gives younger students an in-depth look into the First Thanksgiving and helps them understand the experiences of the Pilgrims on their voyage to the New World.
Now aligned to Common Core State Standards! With this lesson plan, take a closer look at the historical significance of the Pilgrims' voyage, settlement, and first harvest celebration.
With Common Core-aligned lesson plans, your students will explore the relationships between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag, including their experiences, actions, and decisions relating to the settlement of Plimoth colony.
Help students compare and contrast the stories of immigrants at Ellis Island and Angel Island from decades ago to those of recent immigrants.
After reading the book, students discuss how it makes people feel when others tease them, and how to accept differences in others.
Students study economics and economic principles by maintaining a class bank and store.
Not only is The Giver a superlative example of character development, this novel provokes opinions from students on philosophical issues surrounding the structure of human society.
Introduces a unit focused on improving reading comprehension through the use of several effective reading habits and strategies, such as text coding and note taking.
Students use the book Inkheart to examine strategies for strong character development and how it impacts readers or listeners.