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By Luisa Gerasimo; Sally M Walke

From the editors of The Teacher's Calendar and Chase's Calendar of occasions comes an necessary school room source for educators of grades K-8. listed below are a hundred and eighty lesson plan supplements--one for every day of the varsity year--that will provide lecturers prepared entry to an abundance of sensible, do-able actions and listings of very invaluable assets to complement classes and inspire pupil participation. rules are provided chronologically by way of month, yet also are keyed by way of topic zone (math, technology, language arts, etc.) for optimum ease of use.

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Ask students to pretend they are naturalists from another planet. Have them describe the plants, animals, and other things they see as reports that will be transmitted back to their home planet. Also for science, have students compare and contrast the kinds of rock, flora, and fauna that Lewis encountered in two ways. First, how did they change as Lewis and Clark made their way across the territory? Second, how did what Lewis saw differ from the flora and fauna in the area where you live? For geography, chart the course of Lewis and Clark’s trip, labeling the major rivers, mountains, and other physical boundaries they encountered, including weather phenomena.

Can they draw the “guts” behind the outer part of their character? Students can have lots of fun with puppets. Have them write their own short productions or adapt selections from favorite fairy tales or picture books. If your students are learning a new language, they could write simple puppets shows that use the language in several conversational settings. Constructing a puppet theater doesn’t have to be a major undertaking. The quickest puppet “stages” can be made by turning a table on its side or by tying a rope between two chairs and hanging a sheet over it.

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