Wonders of the World
Fifth graders investigate a famous structure. For this Wonders of the World lesson, 5th graders examine the architecture of a famous structure of the world. Students answer questions about their structure. Students gather research,...
Students investigate countries by identifying their national landmarks. In this World Geography lesson, students utilize the Internet to research a historic landmark in a foreign country and complete a landmark survey worksheet....
Where in the World?
Learners locate famous landmarks around the world. They identify the location of natural and manmade landmarks using a worksheet that provides ten clues.
BBC Learning English, Prepositions
In this preposition worksheet, students determine what preposition is missing from the dialogue between two people. This exercise is particularly useful for English language learners.
A wonderful worksheet on the Egyptian pyramids awaits your students. In this reading comprehension and world history worksheet, students answer questions about the pyramids, and create a comic strip about one of the pyramids. Very nice!
Past Versus Present Perfect
Using this 15 question activity learners practice using the past and present perfect forms of verbs. This would be a great worksheet for use with learners in both upper elementary and older grades.
Future Real Conditional Tense
In this online/interactive verb worksheet, students fill in the blanks using the words in parentheses to complete sentences in the correct conditional forms. Students use the hint and check buttons and write 13 answers.
Paper Towel Structure
Students investigate technology and its purpose in the workplace. In this geometry instructional activity, students design and build a paper towel structure to investigate motion and forces. They are given a restricted weight and asked...
The Hand Drill: An Example of a Screw
Learners examine how a screw works as an inclined plane and a hand drill works as a screw. In this physics lesson, students complete two hands-on activities working with simple machines including screws and hand drills. This lesson...
Art and Culture of France
Lessons about France can cover art, history, and the colonization of Africa.
Making the Connection: Math and Architecture
Taking a walk around you town center can turn into a lesson about math and architecture.
Comparing Height of Famous Landmarks
In this comparing heights of famous landmarks worksheet, 2nd graders use the data given to solve six problems about which landmark is taller.
In this landmarks worksheet, students circle the correct letter for the location of each landmark and write about one of the landmarks. Students complete 10 multiple choice questions and 1 writing prompt.
Architecture Makes An Imprint
Fifth graders explore architecture of the world, uses of buildings and discuss architecture as a career. They work in cooperative groups and present their findings to the class. This lesson can be expanded to include a printmaking lesson.
Students consider the value of a photograph and the circumstances under which photographs are taken, research the importance of a particular photograph. They create original photographs that illustrate the emotions, events or ideas...
Word Order Mistakes
In this word order activity, 2nd graders rearrange the sentences to make the word order make sense. Students rearrange 20 sentences and write 3 of their own.
Reaching New Heights
Students explore the tallest skyscrapers in the world over the past 100 years. In this technology lesson plan, students create a graph/time line about the evolution of skyscrapers. They research important facts about their assigned...
Using Present Tense Verbs for Measurement
In this using present tense verbs for measurement worksheet, students read the explanations and examples of active and stative verbs, then interactively complete 5 sentences with immediate online feedback.
I Had a Euro in Paris
Third graders pretend to take a trip to Paris, France. Using the city as a guide, they identify its unique characteristics and research a physical feature that dominates the city. They follow the journey of one euro to show the concept...
Statue of Liberty: A Famous Gift
In this Statue of Liberty worksheet, students read a passage, then answer 5 multiple choice questions; answers included on page 2.
Simple Subject Review
In this simple subject worksheet, students underline the simple subject in 15 sentences and write the simple subject in 19 additional sentences. An answer key is given.
Spaces and Places
Students identify three-dimensional forms in various buildings and construct three-dimensional paper forms.
Architecture Beyond the Industrial Revolution
Students learn about well-known international architects and how they influenced the United States.
Countries of the World
Students in a ESL classroom examine a world map and study the various countries' names. The study the cultures of selected countries and create a vocabulary list. Finally they label an empty map with the countries' names and a short...
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