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  • Social Studies
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
A set of cut-out colorful US Independence day-themed border to brighten up your independence display, windows and posters. Appropriate for Early...
Algebra2go
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2016
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  • Math
  • MS, HS
More great resources from Algebra2go! Whether you are attending a math class at Saddleback College, taking a math class at another school, or just...
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As a Peace Corps Volunteer assigned to the village of Wanzuzu, students playing the Peace Corps Challenge game are faced with many challenges they...
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These teaching suggestions are designed to support interdisciplinary exploration of the issue of food security. They may be used on their own or to...
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With a decades-long nursing career to her credit, Mary Ann Camp was a hero before she became a Peace Corps Volunteer. Still, while many Americans her...
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  • English Language Arts
  • Middle School
In this lesson, students will first learn about disabilities. Then they will learn tips for communicating respectfully with people with disabilities...
Teaching Tolerance
Updated: 
2016
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  • English Language Arts
  • MS, HS
In this lesson, students will learn that race is a factor often connected to poverty and that institutions can create obstacles for the poor—and for...
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Students will mimic the unique artistic process used by Richard Patterson to create the painting If. However, instead of mimicking the process...
Denver Art Museum
Updated: 
2016
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William Merritt Chase’s painting Still Life with Fish provides students with the opportunity to discover beauty in unusual places and express their...
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  • English Language Arts
  • Elementary (Grades K-2)
Write in the blank speech bubbles to say what the child or person in the pictures is thinking about.