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#### Examples of Social and Emotional Learning in Elementary Mathematics Instruction

A 12-page document lists an abundance of math-related activities that boost social and emotional topics; self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making.

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#### Hometown Heroes

Transform studying about veterans in a textbook to personal interviews with veterans in the community. Four varying lesson plans make up an entire unit or individualized learning based on your class's needs. Exercises include researching...

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#### Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory unit is a golden ticket for teachers looking for nicely written plans. Elementary and middle schoolers draw their impressions of characters, design and market their own candy creations, and use...

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#### Teaching Playwriting in Schools

The world is a stage, and so is your classroom! Hone the skills of the next generation of Tony® award winners with a set of exercises, reference pages, writing prompts, and excerpts from famous plays.

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#### Interland

"Be Internet Awesome" is the motto in a super cool digital citizenship interactive created by Google. Interland is made up of four lands that explore the importance of digital safety and helps young Internet users to be alert, strong,...

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#### Disaster Preparedness Activity Book

Join the American Red Cross as well as Mickey and friends as they help to prepare young scholars for natural disasters. After reading brief informational passages about earthquakes, floods, fires, storms, tornadoes, and hurricanes,...

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#### Read Across America Classroom Activity Guide

Celebrate the legendary Dr. Seuss on Read Across America Day with a plethora of activities set to five stories—The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, Horton Hears a Who, Oh, the Places You'll Go!, and Green Eggs and Ham. Activities include...

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#### Area and Perimeter

Get third graders excited to work find area and perimeter of unit squares, rectangles, and irregular shapes. A 36-page packet comes with task cards, graphic organizers, practice worksheets, printables with squares, exit tickets, and word...

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#### Kids in the Kitchen

Too many cooks in the kitchen? Not here! Set up a cooking club at school using this 148-page guide that teaches food and kitchen safety, measurement techniques, and nutrition. Young chefs get their hands wet by participating in a variety...

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#### Camelea: Like a Seagull

Hummingbirds and seagulls—how different and alike are the two birds? At her brother's birthday party, Camelea taps into her inner bird as she dances like a zippy hummingbird. But when it is time to sleep, she thinks of the calm seagull...

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#### Magical Musical Tour: Using Lyrics to Teach Literary Elements

Language arts learners don't need a lecture about poetry; they listen to poetry every day on the radio! Apply skills from literary analysis to famous songs and beautiful lyrics with a lesson about literary devices. As class...

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#### Fraction Location on Number Line

Once your class has mastered the identification of fractions, have them locate fractions on a number line. This sheet reinforces interval sizes of parts included in a whole, and directly relates to the standards associated with Common...

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#### Finding Ending Time with a Numberline

Third graders determine the end time on a number line, given the start time and elapsed time.

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#### Finding Elapsed Time with a Numberline

Third graders find the elapsed time on a number line, given the start and end times.

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#### Finding Start Time with a Numberline

Third graders determine the start time on a number line, given the elapsed time and end time.

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#### Finding Elapsed Time

Third graders read word problems to determine the elapsed time, given the start and end time.

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#### Finding Starting Time

Third graders read word problems to determine the start time, given the elapsed time and end time.

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#### Reading an Analog Clock (1 Minute Increments)

Third graders read analog clocks and tell time to the nearest minute. AM and PM do not matter in this exercise.

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#### Identifying Time Phrases

Quarter to seven. Noon. Five after three. These are a few examples of the time phrases students must identify. Most of the times to not indicate AM or PM; however, noon and midnight should be identified appropriately.

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#### Reading an Analog Clock (5 Minute Increments)

Second and third graders practice reading analog clocks to the nearest five minutes.

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#### Creating Area and Perimeter Rectangles

Third graders are challenged to draw their own rectangles given a specific area or perimeter. There are no examples of how each rectangle should look, so it is important for learners to persevere in finding a solution. There is more than...

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#### Rectangles - Same Perimeter and Different Area

Given a rectangle with specified dimensions, learners are prompted to create a new rectangle with the same perimeter, but a different area. This challenges third graders to think about perimeter and area in a new way. Each problem...

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#### Rectangles - Same Area and Different Perimeter

Given a rectangle with specified dimensions, third graders are prompted to create a new rectangle with the same area, but a different perimeter. This challenges learners to think about perimeter and area in a new way. Use worksheet as a...

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#### Determining Area with Partial Blocks

A more challenging set of worksheets, third graders are required to measure area by counting whole and partial unit squares. Students will realize that two partial blocks make up one whole block. Each shaded figure is on a square unit grid.