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#### Maple Syrup Production

Students make their own maple sugar and learn about how it is made on a grander scale. In this maple sugar lesson, students make their own maple sugar and learn about evaporation and what labor is put into making it.

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#### Maple Syrup

Students explore maple syrup. In this natural resources lesson, students identify a maple tree in their neighborhood and observe the sap. Students sample maple products and create a graph of the taste-testing results.

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#### Where Does Maple Syrup Come From?

In this maple syrup worksheet, students read an informational article about the discovery of maple syrup, how we get maple syrup today, the "sugar house", how to grade it, and a recipe for a snow cone. Students answer nine true and false...

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#### The History of Maple Syrup

Students explore the process of harvesting maple syrup. In this science and history lesson, students make their own maple syrup and create a picture book that shows the Native American and American pioneer methods of making the syrup.

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#### Maple Syrup

Students comprehend the process of making pure maple syrup. They identify differences between pure syrup and artifical maple syrup. Students are asked what is in the displayed containers. They sample the syrups and try to figure out...

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#### Maple Syrup Production

Students examine the steps of maple sugar production and the labor and effort involved from the tree to the final product. They participate in a taste test game, and if they have access to maple trees, make their own syrup and sugar.

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#### Climate Change

Students focus on the production of maple syrup in Northern New England as they study the effects of climate change. They investigate other environmental factors on the forests of Northern New England.

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#### Make Maple Sugar Activity

Young scholars make Native American maple sugar. In this Native American lesson, students make maple sugar during a unit on Native Americans. Young scholars discuss the procedures and steps they had to follow after the maple sugar is made.

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#### Wahta (Maple) Project

Students increase their knowledge base of the maple syrup process and increase their skills of organization, technology, research, teamwork-cooperation, and oral presentation. Students use a team approach to choose a topic pertaining to...

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#### Exotic Tales

Explore the beauty of the woods with a series of activities about different kinds of trees. The lesson goes into detail about the origin of monkey puzzle trees, the ways that sap from sugar maple trees can be turned into delicious maple...

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#### Pancakes!

Second graders explore dietary habits by completing a cooking activity in class. In this breakfast preparation instructional activity, 2nd graders read several books about pancakes and maple syrup. Students utilize a wheat kit to...

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#### Maple Trees, Syrup, and Sugarbush Math

In this math word problems worksheet, students complete math word problems dealing with maple trees, syrup, and a sugar bush. Students complete 6 problems where they click on links and that contain growth rate, percentages, measurement,...

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#### ESL: Verb Forms-Passive

in this ESL verb form worksheet, students fill in blanks in a text about Maple Syrup, using the passive simple present or past simple tense of verbs given, identify products make with maple syrup and put steps to making syrup in the...

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#### Pancakes, Pancakes!!

Students explore measuring. For this measuring lesson, students use the correct measuring tools, techniques, and formulas to make pancakes. Students then eat the pancakes and practice serving each other and using manners.

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#### Human Environmental Impact on Sap Sand

Learners determine if the proximity of a maple tree to a road affects the syrups quality. In this variables lesson students measure sap production under different conditions.

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#### Dichotomous Keys

Young scholars utilize dichotomous keys to identify trees in their schools. For this ecological identification lesson, students practice creating dichotomous keys based on simple subjects such as hair color or sex of a person. Young...

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#### Seasonal Cycles And Changes

Second graders recall the affect of direct and angled sunlight on the seasons, describe some results of warming soil and air in spring, predict the changes in buds when twigs are placed in water, and taste a product of tree sap and...

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#### Sustainability: Learning for a Lifetime – Soil

Do great gardeners really have green thumbs—or just really great soil? Environmental scholars discover what makes Earth's soil and soil quality so important through research and experimentation. Learners also develop an understanding of...

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#### Identifying Adverbs IV

What a mess! Read about Lilly-Ann's birthday cupcake surprise and work on grammar skills at the same time. Four lengthy paragraphs provide kids with many opportunities to find and circle adverbs. They note the ways that adverbs come in...

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#### My Forest or the Rainforest?

The differences between tropical and temperate rainforests range from animals and flowers to climate and landscapes. Kindergarteners compare and contrast characteristics of their local forest to a tropical rainforest.

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#### Volcanic Eruption: Cause and Effect

Volcanoes are one of Earth's most destructive forces, but they also have positive effects. Young vulcanologists create an active model of a volcano, perform an experiment, read articles about the effects of eruptions, and complete a...

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#### Pre-Test Unit 4: Linear Funcitons

Let your classes show you what they know! Use this pre-test to assess the current knowledge of your learners. The assessment includes all pre-algebra concepts related to functions: writing and graphing linear relationships, comparing...

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#### Pumpkins By the Pound

Use pumpkins of various sizes to experiment with weight and perimeter. First the class lifts the pumpkins one by one, estimating each pumpkin's weight. They arrange the pumpkins from lightest to heaviest, and then string weigh each one...

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#### Introduce Vocabulary: The Keeping Quilt

Students consider tier two vocabulary words. In this vocabulary lesson, students investigate the meaning of new vocabulary words found while reading The Keeping Quilt. Students record their new vocabulary words using a word journal or...