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... into a kazoo! You and your child can make music with things that you already have in your house. Handmade vs. Manufactured Contrary to what you think "expensive and factory-made", does not equal "educationally-successful", ...
22. Botticelli (5-12)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... moderator the game continues. The scorekeeper moves to the name Botticelli on the chalkboard.  The team that is required to identify the item does so by asking the moderator yes or no questions about ...
23. Oregon trail diary (5-11)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... of the Platte River, you pass a high cliff. There is no wood and you're forced the use buffalo chips to make your fire (it does give a distinctive taste to the food). FORT LARAMIE. This Mexican-style ...
24. Laws - Who needs them? (7-9)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... feels law does affect the activity, ask how. Example: My name is John/Suzy. I live at 1014 Wilson Boulevard.  This morning I awoke at 7:00 a.m. I arose, washed my face, dressed, ate breakfast, read ...
25. A Secret confession
(News/News)
... might agree that this is a great approach to learning in the classroom. How does it influence the Office Labs team's approach to developing ideas around technology? The team describe their ideas as “Concept ...
Microsoft Live Labs, the group of scientists, entrepreneurs, engineers and others who brought us Photosynth have put together this video of what they think technology will look like in the workplace ...
... either of these. So am I too old to understand the nuances of social networking? Or am just trying to recapture my youth by jumping on the social networking bandwagon? But seriously, this does have ...
... made a reputation within East Lothian for the innovative work he does in creating technology-rich environments for teaching and learning. He also drives a lot of CPD activities within the schools in his ...
29. March
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
MARCH. Now the wind blows. It will blow such a little fellow as you away, almost. There is a tree blown down. Which way does the wind blow? Take out your handkerchief. Throw it up. The wind blows ...
30. A very simple calculator
(Software for teachers/Software for teachers)
This is a quick and easy one. It is a very simple calculator. Obviously, it is not scientific or graphic, but it does the job in elementary school when students forget their own calculator.  ...
31. HUCKLE, BUCKLE, BEAN STALK
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... the key of a door, put it in the filigree of a vase, etc. When the object has been placed, the players are called into the room, and all begin to look for it. When one spies it, he does not at once disclose ...
32. HOME TAG
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... to make a good game, the chaser may call "Three times three are nine; Who does not run is mine." Whereupon every player must run out from his home or goal, or change places with the tagger.  ...
33. HAVE YOU SEEN MY SHEEP?
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... and try to reach his own place before being tagged. The one who gives the description does not take part in the chase. Should the runner be tagged before returning to his place, he must take the place ...
34. GOOD MORNING
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... the voice, responds with, "Good morning, Arthur!" (or other name). If he does not guess the voice after the first greeting, the child may be required to repeat it, until the guesser has had three trials. ...
35. GOING TO JERUSALEM
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... the chair belongs to the one who first reached it, or who is sitting more fully on it. Sitting on the arm of a chair does not count, nor touching it with the hands or knees. FOR THE GYMNASIUM.—When played ...
36. FORCING THE CITY GATES
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... of the opposing side, or he may dodge under them. If he does not succeed in one place, he may try in another, but may not have more than three trials. Should he succeed in breaking the opposing line or ...
37. FOLLOW THE LEADER
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... imitate anything that he does. The leader aims to keep the line moving, and should set particularly hard tasks for them, such as climbing or vaulting over obstacles, under others, jumping to touch high ...
38. ON THE SOLANDER WHALING GROUND
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... press of sail carried to such a gale. --FRANK BULLEN. [Footnote: Show how the rapid action in the narrative makes it more dramatic. Why does the danger of the enterprise take so small a part in the narrative? ...
39. AN EPISODE OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... the Marquis!" said a ragged and submissive man, "it is a child." "Why does he make that abominable noise? Is it his child?" "Excuse me, Monsieur the Marquis--it is a pity--yes." The fountain was a little ...
40. THE COMMANDER OF THE FAITHFUL
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... too much so--he does not chop off as many heads as he ought to for the holy cause of Islam.) But this kindheartedness, no doubt, is relative in degree, as was often the case with ourselves in the middle ...
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