Students will use movement to demonstrate properties and matter.
Students will be able to identify the physical features of mountains, hills, lakes, and rivers.
Using the number drummer method, children will use instruments to not only find a sweet beat, but also a missing addend!.
Students will be able to identify shapes within their butterfly designs, and compare their designs with other students to find similarities …
This lesson is teaching students how to add and subtract mixed fractions with like denominators by creating their own fraction city using an…
Rather than rushing to immediately solve math expressions, student exploration of the concept demands deeper understanding.
To expose teachers to different art modes to teach the PAWS and the Universals for the Common Areas.
After reading "Chrysanthemum" by Kevin Henkes, the children will build a tableau to graph letters in their names.
Upon lesson completion, students will understand and demonstrate use of positional vocabulary to communicate movement and location.
Students will: Be able to use more detail about the sequence of events in a story.