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41. Role playing the civil war (5 & 7)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... with a blank bulletin board with a skeletal outline of the United States. We fill portions as colonies become states. We continue along the same flow into the Civil War unit. Students are really getting ...
42. Oregon trail diary (5-11)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... contain a U.S. map with all the various western trails marked on it. Each day a small picture of a Conestoga wagon can be moved to that day's destination along the Oregon Trail. Then around the map, ...
43. A review of American history (4-8)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... They can work in groups or independently to make single panels for a time line or use butcher paper to make longer ones. 2. Students decorate a shoe box into a mini-float showing their research. Use ...
... authority. Although he led the development and execution of this project, he did not work alone; 9 teachers from 6 other schools were credited in his VCT, along with the support of East Lothian Council. ...
45. The Silly Little Lamb
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
... her, and growled over her a little while, and then ate her up. Harry said that was a very naughty lamb. It now began to be quite dark, so Harry and I returned home. Then we had a long talk about ...
46. Country Walk
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
ARLY one morning during last summer, Harry and I put on our hats, and taking some cake in our pockets for lunch set out for a good long walk. First we went through the Home Meadow, where the tall elm-trees ...
47. Nursery Tales
(Lessons/Nursery Tales)
... call, Come with a good will, or come not at all. Come, let us dance on the open green, And she who holds longest shall be our queen. Little Bo-peep has lost her sheep, And cannot tell ...
48. December
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
... hop, hop about the parlour, and sit upon the top of the screen, and sing—oh, he will sing all day long! Now pray do not let that wicked cat take him. No, puss! you must go and catch mice; you shall not ...
49. August
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
... them[Pg 195] your handful, Harry. Take it, poor woman, it will help to make you a loaf. Look, there are black clouds. How fast they move along! Now they have hid the sun. There is a little bit of blue ...
50. July
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
...  Now you have been in the water long enough. Come out, and let me dry you with this towel.  ...
51. February
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
FEBRUARY. It is still very cold, but the days are longer, and there is the yellow crocus coming up, and the mezereon tree is in blossom, and there are some white snow-drops peeping up their little ...
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... by the rope. Any one caught in this way must retire from the circle, the player winning who longest retains his place.  ...
53. Geography
... for a Geography more introductory in its character than those now in use has been long felt, the Author would respectfully solicit the notice of his fellow-teachers to this little work. Its plan is such, ...
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