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Society for Science & the Public
When studying artifacts, especially tools, how do archaeologists determine what the devices were used for? In what ways might researchers' previous experiences influence their perception of an artifact? An article about researchers'...
In this commas and Easter Island worksheet, students read three uses for commas in a box at the top of the paper. They punctuate 12 sentences properly by adding commas and periods where they belong.
Fifth graders describe the location and physical environment of Easter Island. This description include: identification of the closet continent to Easter Island, ocean in which Easter Island is located, and some geographical features of...
Moanalua Gardens Foundation
What caused the collapse of the environment on Rapa Nui (Easter Island)? Who constructed the Moai? What was their purpose? Class members assume the role of investigators and use evidence drawn from field studies, ships' logs, and...
Students investigate the historical and cultural significance of various 'wonders of the world,' both of ancient and modern times, and develop travel posters and guides exploring them.
Free energy, get your free energy here! Learners see that all organisms require free energy, which comes from the sun. The lesson explains the first two laws of thermodynamics and then analyzes metabolism, via glycolysis, on a very...
Students examine the economic and ecological benefits of forest canopies. They read and discuss an article, answer questions, conduct research, draw field sketches of a canopy ecosystem, conduct a feasibility study, or prepare tourist...
Students become history detectives as they research, and later discuss, various theories about Rapa Nui. They study written language using symbols and create their own symbol language.
Students research "mystery" topics such as Easter Island, Bermuda Triangle and the Loch Ness Monster. Students brainstorm mysteries and explore the one of their choosing. They write a short report and share what they have learned with...
Using a cute premise, a bodybuilder named Mr. Indent, this resource explores the correct use of indentation. As a review of this concept, this presentation would be a great tool to use in the classroom. There are examples and exercises...
Tech Coach Corner
Mr. Indent will help your class learn how to indent paragraphs! He flies across the screen and punches the top line over, just to make sure it's clear when a new idea begins. An entertaining presentation with some practice for youngsters.
Students investigate the properties and uses of rocks and minerals. They build towers using only one material from a pile of stones, tiles, wood, etc. provided by the teacher. Students test the hardness of rocks by scratching them with...
Give the class the most interesting lesson yet with a fun grammar presentation on superlative adjectives. With animated slides and sound effects, the presentation is the greatest way to introduce proper usage.
Students investigate various expeditions throughout history to new and/or uncharted territories. They work in groups to develop and 'produce' television news magazine segments about some of these historic expeditions.
Students investigate archaeological discoveries. In this ancient civilizations lesson plan, students research specific archaeological finds and prepare oral presentations to share their findings with their classmates.
Seventh graders study the environmental factors that affect population growth. In this biology lesson, 7th graders create a city following certain criteria. They present their posters in class.
In this sinusoidal model worksheet, students use the sinusoidal model to solve word problems about the hours of daylight in Anchorage, Alaska. Students complete 5 problems.
In this archaeology for kids quiz 85 instructional activity, student interactively answer 12 multiple choice questions about honoring the dead in ancient cultures, as part of an online magazine.
High schoolers explore Atlantis. In this geography lesson, students research selected websites to discover information about the lost continent of Atlantis. High schoolers use the fruits of their research to participate in a debate...
Students investigate various expeditions throughout history to new and or uncharted territories. They participate in groups in order to develop and produce television news magazine segments about some of these historical expeditions.
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