Students read an article about the importance of sleep and answer and discuss related questions, journal, and do activities on the web.
Students discuss, summarize, and express alternative positions regarding a study on adolescent sleep. They examine arguments for and against changing the school start time for high-school students, based upon the findings of a scientific...
Science NetLinks: Adolescent Sleep
Wake up, sleepy head! High schoolers craft a creative presentation that represents how they feel when they wake up on a school morning. After the presentations, a reading of Academic Sleep Times and Academic Performance launches a...
Get More Sleep
Help learners identify habits that interfere with sleep and to understand the importance of adequate rest and its impact on not only physical health, but also emotional wellbeing.
Go To Sleep, Gecko!
Second graders examine the interdependence of organisms using the book "Go To Sleep, Gecko!" They examine a variety of food chains, listen to the book, and answer story comprehension questions. Students then conduct research on food...
Improving Sleep for Children with Autism
Sometimes learners with autism have trouble getting into routines and schedules, especially when it comes to sleep. Quickly refer to a guide that provides tips, checklists, sample schedules, and visuals to help your child become a better...
What We Eat, Where We Sleep: Documenting Daily Life to Tell Stories
This is not just a New York Time article to read, this is a set of amazing activity ideas all related to the slide shows "Breaking Bread Everywhere" and "Where Children Sleep." Your class can view each show, read about what they mean...
Students examine sleeping habits. In this sleep lesson, students examine their sleeping patterns and create a log. Students illustrate their dreams and create a plan to improve sleep patterns.
"The Napping House" Ways to Say Sleeping
Sleeping, dozing, snoozing. Five different ways to say sleeping are introduced in this presentation designed to preparing kids for a reading of The Napping House.
Reading Adventure Pack: Sleep
A reading adventure pack features two stories—Time to Sleep by Denise Fleming and Animals Don’t Wear Pajamas by Eve Feldman. In response to reading the fiction and nonfiction, text scholars create a dreamcatcher, discuss hibernation,...
"The Napping House" Sleep Items Vocabulary
Bed, blanket, pillows, sleep. Five words associated with Audrey Wood's The Napping House, are introduced in this presentation, which features one word and one illustration printed on each blue page.
Let's Sleep on It
Students research sleep following a class discussion on an article in The New York Times. Students use their research information to create a health and wellness exhibit that addresses topics related to sleep.
Sleep and Teen Obesity: Is there a Correlation?
Does the number of calories you eat affect the total time you sleep? Young mathematicians tackle this question by collecting their own data and making comparisons between others in the class through building scatter plots and regression...
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Songwriting Skill - Elaboration: Jesse McCartney - “How Do You Sleep?”
The practice of developing lyrics by elaborating with sensory details and examples continues in the third activity on songwriting. This time class members examine Jesse McCartney's "How Do You Sleep?" Using procedures established in the...
Why We Need Sleep
Fifth graders track how much sleep they get and list reasons sleep is important. In this health and math lesson plan, 5th graders keep up with their sleep times for a week and make notes about how they feel each day prior to the lesson...
Lesson Plans for Sweet Dreams: How Animals Sleep
Students explore the sleeping patterns and sleeping habitats of animals. In this where animals sleep lesson, students research different animal species. Students also write and illustrate an animal picture book, make connections about...
Sleep Today - No, Maybe Tomorrow
Students read and interpret handout about sleeping habits and disorders, and plan and create classroom bulletin board that displays causes, disorders and effects of sleep deprivation.
Human Body Series: Sleep
In this recognizing healthy sleep habits worksheet, students identify the sleep habits that are healthy and not healthy. Students complete nine answers.
The Science of Sleep and Daily Rhythms: Sleeping in Space
Students write about strange places that they have slept. In this sleep science instructional activity students read about astronauts sleeping experience in space. They reflect on unusual places that they have slept and write about it.
The Big Sleep Quiz
In this online interactive reading comprehension worksheet, students respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Go to Sleep, Gecko!
A cute folktale from Bali tells the story of Gecko, Elephant, and Buffalo, and Gecko's struggle to sleep. After reading Go to Sleep, Gecko, learners focus on comprehension questions, singing and learning about geckos, building a house...
Go to Sleep, Gecko
Use this multidisciplinary lesson to delve into these subjects: English language arts, math, science, drama, and character education. After reading, discussing, and making interpretations about Go To Sleep, Gecko!: A Balinese Folktale by...
For this reading comprehension worksheet, students read a passage about sleep cycles. Students answer 11 multiple choice questions about the text.
We All Need Sleep
Students examine and discuss the importance of getting a good night's sleep everyday. They discuss why we need sleep and develop a class chart of reasons why children need sleep. They complete a sleep worksheet and discuss the answers...
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