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Lauren Bailey

Sixth grade teacher in San Bruno


PowerTeacher. SysAid Help Desk Software. Student Information - Science 6 Period SCI. Sixthgraders. Blue Balliett's Books. Blue Balliett's Books. The Great Plant Escape. Science Knowledge and Skills - 6th grade. Rock Cycle Activities - Stream Erosion. Rockcycle. Rock Cycle Activities - Physical and Chemical Weathering Activity. Rock and the Rock Cycle. Rock Cycle Activities - Wind Erosion. Science Fair Project Ideas. Gerunds Anyone Lesson Plan, Gerund Phrases Worksheet, Verbals, Teaching Activity.

Education World® : Teacher Tools & Templates. Student Materials: Story Map. Story_map. Free Video Clips for Ancient Mesopotamia (Sumer, Babylon, Assyria) Ancient Egypt - Menu page. Pyramids. Pyramids Clickable Mummy - Click on the different parts to view interesting and information about the mummification process.


Deep in the Tombs of Egypt - Wow, so much to do here!! Activities, games, videos, etc. Egyptian Art in the Age of the Pyramids - Exhibit from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Egyptian Pyramids - This Web site contains excerpts from Mark Rigby's book, The Complete Pyramids . FAQs - Frequently asked questions and answers from Rediscover Ancient Egypt. Giza Spinx and Pyramids - This site has some great pictures and diagrams. Great Pyramid of Khufu Guardian's Egypt - There's a lot of information here on the Pyramids of Egypt. How the Pyramids Were Built - Detailed article. Information on Pyramids Inside the Pyramids - Information and pictures of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure.

Lesson Plans Mummy Masks -Art education lesson plan for upper elementary. King Tut - Explore each of the links below at this site: Discover the Tomb - Learn about the discovery of King Tut's tomb. Social Studies - Ancient Civilizations. Harcourt School Publishers - The Learning Site. Mesopotamia: Lesson Plans. Mesopotamia. Ancient History Lesson Plans - Ancient Greek Olympics in the Classroom. Introduction Purpose: To develop a better understanding of the Greek city-states.

Ancient History Lesson Plans - Ancient Greek Olympics in the Classroom

Children can easily become confused when studying the ancient Greek civilization. Some can understand that these people were all Greeks. Others can understand that these people were loyal to their city-state. Most have trouble putting these two ideas together. Positioning: This 4-5 day unit may be taught anytime during your study of ancient Greece, but works extremely well positioned immediately before any comparison of Athens and Sparta.

Materials: Simulation Operation (Lesson Plan) Introduce the Greek Olympics to your class. TO BE GREEK: The ancient Greeks all spoke the same language. TO BE A CITIZEN OF A CITY-STATE: They referred to themselves, however, as citizens of their individual city-states. What I want you to do now is to break up into 5 groups. Direct students to start designing their flag and pledge, plus whatever else they might wish to design. Greet your class at the door. Hail Argives! Hammurabi and His Code. Hammurabis Code of Laws. Internet4Classrooms - Helping Students, Teachers and Parents Use the Internet Effectively. NLVM Data Analysis & Probability Manipulatives. Free Math Worksheets.

Equivalent Fractions. Factor Tree. Equivalent Fractions. Factor Game. Math Playground. Enchanted Mind Java Puzzles - Tangrams. Tangrams is an ancient art. The story goes that this form of recreation has never been improved upon since the legendary Chinese Tan first conceived of it. In Chinese this puzzle is called ch'i ch'iao t'u. This translates to 'ingenious-puzzle figure of seven pieces'. Lewis Carroll was reputed to have been a great fan of tangrams. He is said to have had in his possession a Chinese book made of tissue paper which had 323 tangram designs in it.

If you click the button below, the tangram applet will open. To move the pieces, drag them with the mouse. There are a number of designs you can match by moving the pieces around. When you have mastered the predesigned patterns, you can make up your own. Good Luck! ClassZone. Math Live. Bad Wolf Press.

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