Pitching an ideal summer is more than just pitching a tent... this unit takes students through a step-by-step planning and "pitch" of an ideal summer vacation, including needs assessment, time management, cost analysis, writing a persuasive letter, and more.
This unit is a great enhancement to a nutrition lesson, and also works well as a "stand alone". Based on the 2005 food pyramid guide, and featuring imaginative writing prompts, real-life nutrition analysis, graphing, and more.
A poster explains simple electrical circuits; this is followed by a clear, detailed reading comprehension exercise; practice work for drawing in missing wires to complete the circuits concludes the lesson.
Instructions for making a family tree, including a form; a reading comprehension for reading a family tree; hints for mapping genetic traits and four great suggestions for take-home family tree projects.
Flashcards to use for practice in making purchases when shopping for grocery items. Each card includes the name of the item, a unit price, and a color illustration or photo. (22 pages, 6 flash cards per page)
Each page of this booklet lists a natural resource, gives examples of how it is used in our daily life, and classifies it as renewable or non-renewable. These pages could also be used as informative posters.
Introduce the children to a community helper and the way that person helps the community. Sort a variety of pictures to match each occupation. (Use alone or with other Community Helpers in this series)