Math, Physical Education
Students will use their abilities to recognize coins and their values in this game that focuses on locomotor skills (skip, slide, gallop, run, jump). This game also requires students to add coin values.
Ancient Story Problems
Math, Social Studies, Technology
Students will research ancient civilizations and develop story problems using symbols and coins from those times. Students will then retell these story problems using modern terms and coins. This lesson is part of the Unit Plan “Ancient and Modern Coins.”
Nickel, Quarter and Dime
Students will play a game to help them develop an appreciation for statistical methods as a powerful means for decision making.
A Special Place
Art, Language Arts, Social Studies
Students will explore how personal experiences can lead to conservation efforts. Students will demonstrate their understanding by creating a digital presentation proposing the conservation of a special place.
Give Me Liberty
Social Studies, Language Arts
Students will define "liberty" and explore the concept in our nation's history and culture. Students will connect the office of the presidency to our nation's development and its place in history, then create a multimedia presentation.
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site: A Notable Narrative
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site: Champion a Cause
Effigy Mounds National Monument: Shapes and Symbols
Effigy Mounds National Monument: Explanatory Texts
Follow the Flag
Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology
It's in the Details
Language Arts, Science
What's in a Cave?
Art, Science, Social Studies