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Language Arts

Cuneiform, the ancient writing system, makes for a fun lesson in the importance of communicating well First-year teacher Gene Vassel tries out his...
A teacher shares how the time-tested tool of Anticipation Guides helped her students comprehend themes While listening in on a small-group...
The unlikely duo of science and art team up for this creative lesson The science behind the use of simple machines such as a wheel and axle, pulley...
This lesson expands students' application of art to the strategic game of chess The game of chess challenges students to plan strategies that...
Second graders writing, designing and performing their own opera? Thanks to Mary Ruth McGinn and Ellen Levine, it's a sold-out show It looked like...
Kids can pack their shovel and pail, slather on the sunscreen and get ready to create their best artwork yet this summer Emily's finished artwork...
The firefly is illuminating both as an art subject and as a metaphor for a feeling all students have at one time or another – loneliness Luminous...
With this lesson that merges masterpieces with technology, students will get to see themselves as great works of art The secret behind that smile –...
This interdisciplinary lesson is a great way to introduce art history and have your students step into their favorite artist's shoes Artists learn...
Folkdancing for fun? You bet. But you can also use it in your school to strengthen curriculum and community spirit Folkdancing is a great way to...

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