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Shares in the Canadian maker of BlackBerry smartphones peaked in August of 2007, at two hundred and thirty-six dollars. Seven… more

Need a beginning of the year activity to get kids excited about school and being in your class. Try this… more

The brain is just like a muscle that needs exercised regularly if it is going to develop and get stronger…. more

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This choice board is organized for Monday through Friday.  Students select words from their list and engage in creative, meaningful… more

Online teaching and learning aren’t the only options when schools are closed and children are learning at home. While there… more

Have you ever thought about what others are doing to support our globe during the upcoming defeat of the COVID-19… more

When life gives you lemons, engineer lemonade! When you are using remote learning, your classroom is in the the real… more

Students use today’s headlines and research ways to create a healthier school.  In this mini-project, students examine these four areas… more

Cryptograms are coded messages that use numbers (or other objects) in place of letters. You must then determine the cipher… more

Mission:  Students will read several news articles about how governors are restricting travel to their states from Coronavirus hot spots. … more

Schoolhouse Rock were catchy songs that appeared during breaks between Saturday morning cartoons during the 1970s and 80s. They were… more

What traits do successful entrepreneurs have in common?  This self-paced lesson includes two pieces:  a power point & a response… more

This choice board is organized for Monday through Friday.  Students select words from their list and engage in creative, meaningful… more

Online teaching and learning aren’t the only options when schools are closed and children are learning at home. While there… more

Have you ever thought about what others are doing to support our globe during the upcoming defeat of the COVID-19… more

When life gives you lemons, engineer lemonade! When you are using remote learning, your classroom is in the the real… more

Students use today’s headlines and research ways to create a healthier school.  In this mini-project, students examine these four areas… more

Cryptograms are coded messages that use numbers (or other objects) in place of letters. You must then determine the cipher… more

Mission:  Students will read several news articles about how governors are restricting travel to their states from Coronavirus hot spots. … more

Schoolhouse Rock were catchy songs that appeared during breaks between Saturday morning cartoons during the 1970s and 80s. They were… more

What traits do successful entrepreneurs have in common?  This self-paced lesson includes two pieces:  a power point & a response… more