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

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Everyone knows the story of the Big Bad Wolf and how he went to each of the Three Pigs houses… more

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Socrates was a philosopher from Ancient Greece who was executed for corrupting the youth with his teachings. What if Socrates… more

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Citizens in a community have many roles to play. They work here, vote here, and should take care of the… more

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This sample World History ‘Learning Log’ resource. Pirates and Pioneers, was developed for grades 3,4, 5 &/or 6 classes for… more

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To teach students the concept of supply and demand, students must sell and buy goods. Some of these goods are… more

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Time travel books are superb transporters, whisking history-haters to another era, where they can soak up details about politics, economics,… more

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This lively no-tech, no-cost simulation casts students in the role of Silk Route traders to discover how the price of… more

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

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Everyone knows the story of the Big Bad Wolf and how he went to each of the Three Pigs houses… more

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Socrates was a philosopher from Ancient Greece who was executed for corrupting the youth with his teachings. What if Socrates… more

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Dred Scott was a slave back in the mid-1800s whose master had taken him to the North. When his master… more

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When teaching students about politics, why not let them participate in it? This project allows students to learn about how… more

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Citizens in a community have many roles to play. They work here, vote here, and should take care of the… more

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This sample World History ‘Learning Log’ resource. Pirates and Pioneers, was developed for grades 3,4, 5 &/or 6 classes for… more

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To teach students the concept of supply and demand, students must sell and buy goods. Some of these goods are… more

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Ancient history can be fascinating when students think their way through the stages of human development from nomad to reading-writing-law-abiding… more

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Time travel books are superb transporters, whisking history-haters to another era, where they can soak up details about politics, economics,… more

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This lively no-tech, no-cost simulation casts students in the role of Silk Route traders to discover how the price of… more

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Your students can rub elbows with people in the past through first-person accounts such as diaries, eyewitness reports, autobiographies, travel… more

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