Remember Our Soldiers
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NEW:Reader's Theater Scripts(Biographies in Ancient History):
Reader's Theater Scripts (Biographies in US History)
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Materials for experiential,active learners
NEW! Is That FAKE News?
Just How Do We Elect A President?
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In the News!
Mrs. Portulaca Purpilopilis
and the Purple Adventure Goggles
New:The COLOR GAMES!
The Wooden Cookie Box Story The Wooden Cookie Box
Facts to Wow your Friends!(Check out for April: Earth Day,Arbor Day, Oceans, Dirt, Shakespeare and Books!
Calendar Specific Resources!NEW
World Landmarks:( NEW) Lots of fun things to use with your students!
(New: Sample Iditarod Webquest!)
Short Reads of interest
Dive into Career Choices
Teaching Tips A-Z
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY
WEBSITES of INTEREST:
History For Kids
Tween Tribune-News Stories for Student
DogoNews: Fodder for Young Minds
Time for Kids-Around the World
BBC Website for Kids
Purple Turtle EBOOKS!
Award winning site for April 2008!
The official U.S. time - snapshot
Mardi Gras, a French word meaning"Fat Tuesday", begins on Tuesday, February 17st. New Orleans is famous for their Mardi Gras celebrations including a huge parade and special parties. Purple, green and gold are the colors of Mardi Gras.People go to the parade hoping that colorful beads, doubloons(coins) and other gifts will be thrown to them. Mardi Gras is the day before Ash Wednesday.After Mardi Gras, Catholics begin a period of time called Lent, a period of 40 when they fast(give up) something they enjoy doing, until Easter.