Grab-and-go lesson plans, discussion guides, and themes for classroom teaching
Some words sound like the thing they are describing. Meow! Boom! Hiss! All of those words are examples of onomatopoeia, or creating words by imitating a sound. Can you think of others?
Many animals use camouflage. Camouflage makes animals harder to see by helping them blend in with their surroundings. Polar bears live in snowy environments. They have white fur that helps them blend in with the snow. Then they can hide from predators or sneak up on their prey.
William Shakespeare was a famous English playwright.
What does a playwright do?
How many $5 bills equal one $50 bill? Write a number sentence.
Start a dynamic classroom conversation about spending, saving, and setting smart financial goals. Explore these civics, economics, and math resources for teachers.
Help students develop financial management skills with resources that are focused on insurance and financial planning basics.