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#### Miles of Tiles

For Students K - 12th Standards
Create number sentences and equations to solve geometric problems. Each activity in the series of five asks young mathematicians to consider different-sized tiles to build structures according to specific criteria. The first activities,...
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#### Cutting a Cube

For Students K - 12th Standards
Teach the ins and outs of the cube! A series of five K–12 level activities explore the make-up of the cube. The beginning lessons focus on the vocabulary related to the cube. Later lessons explore the possible nets that describe a cube....
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#### Cut It Out

For Students K - 12th Standards
Explore the mathematics of the paper snowflake! During the five lessons progressing in complexity from K through 12, pupils use spatial geometry to make predictions. Scholars consider a folded piece of paper with shapes cut out. They...
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#### Plantae WebQuest

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Send your young life scientists on a plant webquest that has them reading case studies to decide if seeds are seeds and plants are plants.
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#### Fraction Brochures

For Students 4th - 6th Standards
Make fractions fun and interesting by using a brochure form. Young mathematicians practice and gain a better understanding of how to add and subtract fractions, simplify fractions, and find LCD (least common denominator). The resources...
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#### Summarize

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
Scholars detail and summarize three main ideas of a text using a graphic organizer equipped with bullet point directions and arrows.
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#### Hurt Tracker Math

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
Boost emotional intelligence and division skills with a three-question worksheet featuring two imaginary towns that record when citizens hurt, forgive, or punish one another. Using division, scholars calculate each problem to decide...
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#### Fleeting Happiness

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
Shed light onto the subject of happiness with a worksheet that focuses on how the emotion—much like other emotions—does not last forever. Scholars read brief passages and answer nine short-answer questions that examine their personal...
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#### Summarizing

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
Scholars draft a summary using a graphic organizer featuring a story's characters, setting, main events, conflict, and resolution.
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#### Measuring in Metrics

For Teachers 3rd - 6th Standards
Practice measuring skills with a 10-question worksheet that challenges scholars to measure lines using centimeters and inches.
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For Teachers 3rd - 5th Standards
There's something about the classic volcano demonstration that can grab any learners' attention. Scholars begin with a reading and grand conversation about volcanoes, construct an erupting volcano using vinegar and baking soda, then show...
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#### Heteronyms

For Students 4th - 6th Standards
Challenge scholars to identify and use heteronyms in a sentence with a two-page worksheet designed to boost grammar skills.
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For Students 6th Standards
Test scholars' reading comprehension skills with the help of a brief reading passage detailing a well-known poacher. The passage is followed by five questions—four multiple choice, one short answer.
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For Students 2nd - 4th Standards
Identify the rhyme scheme in a learning exercise that features "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Readers use the nursery rhyme to reinforce poetic elements in four comprehension questions.
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#### Onomatopoeia in Literature

For Students 4th - 7th Standards
Identifying onomatopoeia is one thing; making an inference about the significance of the sound is more advanced. Young poets read a literary passage and identify the examples of onomatopoeia in each before naming the source of the sound.
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#### Onomatopoeia

For Students 3rd - 5th Standards
Drip drop goes the raindrop. Quack quack goes the duck. What other words have sounds? Reinforce the concept of onomatopoeia in a worksheet in which young poets identify animal sounds and items that make a given sound.