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"The bridge from algorithms to programming can be a short one if students understand the difference between planning out a sequence and encoding that sequence into the appropriate language. This activity will help students gain experience reading and writing in shorthand code."

Key words:
Algorithm
Debugging

Subject:
Computer Science
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
Diagram/Illustration
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Code.org
03/20/2018
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Students will enter this lesson knowing that materials get warm in the sun. In this fun follow-up activity, your students will get creative with craft materials. They will figure out how to protect an "animal" and its territory from getting too hot in the sun. What will they build to keep their animals cool?

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Earth and Space Science
Life Science
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Activity/Lab
05/17/2024
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This car is very easy to make. It’s speedy and FUN! The best of it is it’s all made of recycling materials! The popsicle sticks were used for the body. The lids, straws and toothpicks were used for the wheels. The batteries were used to add weight to stabilize the car. FUN RECYCLING activity!

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Life Science
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Activity/Lab
03/18/2024
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This resource is a list of picture books that support math content for early learners. The list includes links to purchase books and to access online read-alouds, as well as suggested activities to extend learning both in the classroom and at home.

Subject:
Early Learning
Mathematics
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Rachel Bennett
Christine Schoenberger
Lakesha King
Samantha Windsor
Sarah Green
Vanessa L Hellenbrand
Aaron White
03/24/2023
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Teachers reads the story, Five Little Speckled Frogs, by Nikki Smith (published by Nikki Smith Books, 2006). Students explore counting to five using cubes.  This lesson helps build the concept of 5.  Appropriate for grades K and could also be used with 4K.

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Mathematics
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Lesson Plan
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06/16/2015
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Teaching kindergarten, first grade and second grade classroom with this free engaging and interactive weather activities and worksheets.Please click the below for the full pack.Science activities : Weather unit for Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade...

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Earth and Space Science
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Mrs Wong
05/17/2024
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Science song for kids grades K-2. Also has lesson materials you can use if you have a Generation Genius subscription.

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Life Science
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Interactive
Author:
Generation Genius
02/22/2024
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Kindergarten students associate the sun with light and warmth. This lesson helps them expand this knowledge by getting their hands dirty! They will fill cups with soil, water and rocks and place them in the sun and shade for a while. By finding out how they can tell where a cup has been stored, they will learn how the sun affects Earth's surface.

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Environmental Science
Life Science
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Activity/Lab
05/17/2024
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A Kindergarten Literacy Block schedule including Reader's Workshop, Writer's Workshop, Word Study and Shared Reading/Writing. The schedules were created to creatively problem solve around challenges related to incorporating both a Reader's Workshop and Shared Reading/Writing. The schedules provide a shortened Reader's Workshop in the beginning of the year. The second semester schedule allows for Shared Reading/Writing two days a week and longer Reader's Workshop 3 days a week. The schedule allows teachers to still incorporate Shared Reading and Writing while providing time to extend student's reading stamina through a longer Reader's Workshop.

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Education
English Language Arts
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Other
01/10/2018
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This series of 5 high-quality, standards-aligned, inquiry-based activities and two environmental STEM challenge activities have been field-tested by kindergarten students and families of Wequiock Children's Center for Environmental Science during Safer At Home orders. These activities encourage students to use natural areas around their homes and in their neigbhorhoods as they improve their science observation and reasoning skils as they explore the science of pushes and pulls in nature. The materials used are ones generally available at home and the activites require little preparation on the part of caregivers. Created as a part of a WISELearn OER Innovation project, Connect, Explore, and Engage: Using the Environment as the Context for Science Learning was a collaboration of the Wequiock Children's Center for Environmental Science and the Wisconsin Green Schools Network. One of the goals of the project was to create standards-aligned lessons that utilize the outdoor spaces of the school (as well as those of the students' homes).  Each section of this resource is an individual activity. While each activity builds on the previous ones, it is possible to use them individually.The title image was used with permission and is courtesy of Joe Riederer.

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Environmental Literacy and Sustainability
Life Science
Physical Education
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Unit of Study
Author:
Sandy Benton
Michelle Vanlieshout
05/28/2020
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This document includes links to EL Education Skills Block materials. Teachers can use this to efficiently access materials when planning for whole-group and small-group instruction during the Skills Block portion of their day.

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April Schofield
02/12/2024
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(You can use the CHAPTERS feature below and skip to desirable section of the lesson.)Welcome to BZBumbleBee! This is a Life Science curriculum, made especial...

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Life Science
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Interactive
03/11/2024
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Kindergarten Lesson involving Math modeling practices including: Notice and wondering, quantities and assumptions, sharing of student ideas, what if questions, and other key components.

Subject:
Early Learning
Elementary Education
Mathematics
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Beth Lajcak
05/27/2023
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Help Sam the gardener in the Sunflower Greenhouse. Learn about plants and their parts, photosynthesis and energy. This lesson includes practical exercises. Good for grade 3.

Subject:
Biology
Environmental Science
Life Science
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Diagram/Illustration
Interactive
03/29/2024
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Identifies links between reading gains and classroom factors. Differentiates between discrete literacy skill instruction and comprehension skill instruction.
Recommends several instructional approaches for teachers to implement or for school administrators to advocate for.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Reference Material
Author:
American Institutes For Research
10/02/2018
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"I created this site to make it a little easier for parents, teachers and students to find resources, games, and have additional resources to support online learning without having to create a bunch of new accounts or remember a bunch of passwords. This is a database of links to free educational pre-K-12th grade games and research tools with no log ins or sign ups or memberships required. This site is aligned to Common Core Standards, teacher and parent needs and student interests.

I invite you to explore and play and to maybe learn something new."

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"This site came about in early 2020 when schools around the country started to close, due to COVID 19. I saw online that there were a lot of resources that families could access, but felt that the choices were overwhelming to parents and kids who were looking for some fun and educational things to do online. I narrowed down the sources and put them onto a manageable site that is easy for kids and parents to use. The use of technology is encouraged in schools and at home in order to support student engagement. With technology, I hope to inspire the STEM leaders and innovators of tomorrow.

All of the links on this site are aligned with the Common Core Standards and are all age appropriate. With these links, all materials are free to use, without having to sign up or register for anything. I hope that you enjoy exploring these sites."
-Ms. Krystal
Youth Services Coordinator

Subject:
Career and Technical Education
Computer Science
Earth and Space Science
Education
Environmental Literacy and Sustainability
Fine Arts
Global Education
Information and Technology Literacy
Library and Information Science
Life Science
Mathematics
Physical Science
Social Studies
Technology and Engineering
World Languages
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Activity/Lab
Assessment
Diagram/Illustration
Game
Homework/Assignment
Interactive
Module
Other
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Self Assessment
Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Author:
Krystal Watkins
04/24/2024
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Experimenting with balls is fun this lesson will allow students to make them colllide and study how the push each-other and people as well. They will see the differences with varying weights of balls as well.

Subject:
Physical Science
Physics
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Sabine De Brabandere