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Social science project

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Building a Sustainable City

As I’ve discussed before, I offer electives to my 4th-6th grade GT students (see Offering Electives to Elementary Students). They chose paper engineering. A few started making city structures…

Project Passport Review: Hands-on World History Curriculum from Home School in the Woods

When I was in middle school, ancient history was the bane of my existence. I balked at all the facts I was supposed to care about, gave lackluster effort toward the chapter quizzes, spent most of m…

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Doodle pack featuring various history and social studies objects designed in chalk line style. Use this Royalty-free school elements pack for personal or Commer

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Everyone is born either creative or not, right? WRONG! Listen in as Claire and Natasha discuss creativity and an exciting project you can try in your STEM classroom. From Mapsco (if you feel bad, don’t - Natasha didn’t know what this was either) to creating your own compass, listen in and find out just how much technology has been replacing some important life skills and how Claire creatively brought them back into the classroom.
Whodunnits are active skill practice activities in the style of Clue. As students solve math problems, they eliminate a suspect, method or location in hopes. If they solve the problems correctly they can learn the identity of the criminal and the circumstances of the crime. Also available in science, social studies, and ELA!