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  • This Matrix Patterns (upper elem) Worksheets is perfect to practice basic math skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Matrix Patterns (upper elem) Worksheets. Find the math rule and follow it to correctly produce a completed matrix. Three sets; six matrices in each set.
  • This activity is designed to reinforce the relationship between natural resources, their uses, and the goods that are produced from them.
  • PowerPoint with Audio: What is the composition and nature of soil, commonly called dirt? Part 2 of 4 soil presentations in the Living on Planet Earth Series. This program describes the composition and function of soil. It also encourages that we properly dispose of hazardous materials, recycle and compost so that soil can produce nurturing food, dependable clothing fiber and building materials.
  • Graphic poster of fresh produce. Affiche des fruits et légumes.
  • This activity focuses on ways to help students make connections between producers and products (i.e. cows and milk). Helpful for city dwellers.
  • In this hands-on science project, students understand how plants produce their own food.
  • Great for homeschool or class field trips.
  • A one page reading comp on organically produced and conventionally produced foods with comp questions, essay, comparison activity, vocabulary word search.
  • Practice writing by copying these sentences about handwriting, and produce handwriting sample at the same time.
  • This Economic Vocabulary (set 2) Fact Cards is perfect to practice economics skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Economic Vocabulary (set 2) Fact Cards. Four cards (business, consumer, producer, product) plus quiz. Colorful illustrations.
  • This lesson (including lesson plan and worksheet) explains food chains, and then offers students a variety of activities to illustrate and expand their knowledge.
  • Under the pseudonym "Mark Twain" Samuel Clemens produced some of the first and best American novels. Learn more about the writer and the man with this reading comprehension.
  • Use this graphic organizer to record a food chain, including predators, decomposers, prey, and producers.
  • A cooking thermometer, batteries, and a hot dog are part of this popular science experiment.
  • Una actividad de comprensión de lectura sobre el problema ecológico de la polución del aire. A reading comprehension about the ecological problem produced by air pollution.
  • Set of three patterns produced with red rods.
  • PowerPoint with Audio: Composting Creates Soil. Part 1 of 4 soil presentation in the Living on Planet Earth Series. This program describes how soil is made. By recycling plant materials we help produce vibrant soils that offer nurturing food, and dependable clothing fiber and building materials.
  • PowerPoint with Audio: Dirt is composed of many elements some of the most important are living creatures commonly called germs. Part 3 of 4 soil presentations in the Living on Planet Earth Series. This program describes the composition and function of living things in soil. It also encourages that we properly dispose of hazardous materials, recycle and compost so that soil can produce nurturing food, dependable clothing fiber and building materials.
  • This Christmas Tree (hard) Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Christmas Tree (hard) Grid Coloring. A coloring grid that requires four colors to produce a decorated Christmas tree.

  • This Holiday Gift (medium) Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Holiday Gift (medium) Grid Coloring. A grid coloring activity using two colors, red and green, to produce a wrapped gift with a white bow.
  • This The Beach (primary) Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this The Beach (primary) Grid Coloring. Students produce a red and white umbrella and green chaise at the beach by following letter and number cues.
  • This Clamshell (primary) Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Clamshell (primary) Grid Coloring. Students produce a coral and gold clam shell by following letter and number cues.
  • This Gold Fish Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Gold Fish Grid Coloring. Student produces a gold fish by following cues in a grid coloring activity.
  • This Sandcastle (primary) Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Sandcastle (primary) Grid Coloring. Students produce a sandcastle against blue sky and ocean by following letter and number cues.
  • This Seahorse Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Seahorse Grid Coloring. Student produces an orange seahorse by following letter and number cues.
  • This Starfish (primary) Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Starfish (primary) Grid Coloring. Students produce a yellow and gold starfish by following letter and number cues.
  • This interactive science lesson includes drag and drop food chains, draw and define vocabulary, challenging crossword and reference page.