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Counting By Order

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Through play the students will learn what numerals are.

Rhyme

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Teach students what rhyming means and let students select the two words that rhyme.

Measure Angles

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Find the angle (in degrees) between two lines.

Rhyming Words

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Students will identify and produce rhyming words.

Fractions

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Recognize and model equivalent fractions with concrete objects or pictures. Identify fractional parts of a group.

Stars and Galaxies

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Students will: learn how stars are formed, learn about the process of nuclear fusion that occurs within a star, identify the stages of a star’s life cycle, recognize that our sun is one of approximately 100 billion stars in our galaxy.

Word Order

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Create a sentence by putting the words in the correct order.

Lyrics2Learn

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Apply rhythm, rhyme, and educational concepts to language and reading with music. A fresh way to engage students with text.

Story Starters

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Each page in this book starts with an image of a certain setting. Pick a page and write about it.

Cause and Effect

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Students will be able to identify and differentiate between cause and effect.

Characteristic Properties of Matter

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Students will: recognize that the characteristic properties of a substance are the same regardless of the sample size, examine several common characteristic properties of matter.

Graphmaker

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Make, use and fill in a graph.

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

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Students learn the life cycle of a butterfly.

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Students will identify adjectives and use them in context.

Food Chains

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Students will: identify the flow of energy in a food chain, distinguish between a food chain and a food web, understand the role of organisms with in a food chain/web, understand the importance of maintaining balance within a food chain/web.

Forces and Motion

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Students will: recognize that a change in speed and direction is caused by a force, understand that a force is a push or a pull, recognize that the greater the force, the greater the change.