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Cooking up fractions
Cooking up fractions

Lesson

Students will use recipes to apply their knowledge of adding, subtracting and multiplying fractions. The teacher will demonstrate then students will experiment with measuring cups and spoons. Begin...

A Trip to the Dentist
A Trip to the Dentist

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Students can define cavity, healthy food, and snacks. They will describe the relationship between excessive sugar consumption and obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. They also will demonstrate good...

Clashes and Battles and Wars...OH MY!
Clashes and Battles and Wars...OH MY!

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This lesson helps students understand the nature of battles in the Revolutionary War, and that all colonists were not on the side of the "new country" separating from the British crown. Some colonists...

Once Around the Clock
Once Around the Clock

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Students will define nutrients, physical activity, and replenish. They will discuss why the body needs physical activity and explain the importance of replenishing nutrients after activity.

A Day in the Life of a Revolutionary Soldier
A Day in the Life of a Revolutionary Soldier

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Students will write a journal entry as if they were a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Students should discuss the importance of the soldier’s equipment in relationship to daily life.

Play Hard, Snack Healthy
Play Hard, Snack Healthy

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Students will define hustle, physical activity and variety. They will identify ways to work physical activity into their day. Also they will categorize different healthy snacks into the appropriate...

Aerobic Activity
Aerobic Activity

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Students will define aerobic and anaerobic exercise/activity. They will keep a week-long exercise journal demonstrating these exercises. They will differentiate between them and have the ability to...

Two Hours (or Less)
Two Hours (or Less)

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Students will gain an understanding on the importance of limiting screen time (watching TV, playing on the computer, video games, etc.) while learning to become more physically active.

“The Voices of Slavery”
“The Voices of Slavery”

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The relations between Africans and those who conquered them would was complicated. Forced to come to a strange country, slaves had vastly different experiences than their white masters in the 18th and...

The Impact of the Cotton Gin
The Impact of the Cotton Gin

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Around the world, people wear cotton clothing, and they have done so for thousands of years. However, cotton did not gain popularity in England until the 15th century, due to the prominence of wool in...

Wake Up King George!
Wake Up King George!

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Wake Up King George! examines the Stamp Act and other various acts of British Parliament following the French and Indian War, addressing the acts and ensuing colonial responses. Wake Up King George...

Trade Trials Treaties
Trade Trials Treaties

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Trade was a normal part of the Cherokee culture for thousands of years. European trade eventually changed the Cherokee way of life. In nearly 250 years of contact with whites, the Cherokees faced...

Southeastern Native Americans' Lifestyles
Southeastern Native Americans' Lifestyles

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The Native Americans of the Southeastern Region included those in South Carolina. These Native Americans were adapted to a warm climate and were permanent settlers of the region. This lesson explores...

Counting on a Career
Counting on a Career

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By examining the role of pharmacists, along with other professions, students will examine how multiplication and division, and finding unknown variables, occur in their lives in practical and...

Lights, Camera, Action!
Lights, Camera, Action!

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Through the eyes of a director on a TV set, students will experience how lighting plays a role in production while more deeply investigating the STEM behind the profession of director.

Constitution Day Lesson Plan
Constitution Day Lesson Plan

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This lesson relates to the ratification of the United States Constitution in 1788. In this lesson students will define terms and specify how they relate to the Constitution. Students will answer...