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A Winning Lesson:
If Your Mom has Big Feet, Will You have Them Too?
by Chloe Prentoulis
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Elementary

High School

All About Bugs
Darcie Davidson

Creative Problem Solving: Using the 5 W's (Who, What, Where, When, Why)
Mary Lawrence

Art Study of the Cinderella Story 
Tracey Stober

Genre Study of the Cindrella Story (See the video!)
Tracey Stober

Math
Teaching Shapes
Audrey Goldstein

How Hungry is Your Grouchy Lady Bug
Anna Tattan

Magic Squares
Lisa Randall

Social Studies
A Day in the Life of a Police Officer
Anna Tattan

An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Anna Tattan

Mapping America
Lydia Wood

Science
Weight Lifter - An air pressure experiment

Katy Gustafson

The Beginning of a Plant 
Rachael Mitchell

Let the Weather Help You Dress
Anna Tattan

Middle School
Arts

Integrated Units-Ancient Egyptian Life

Billy Moro-Wey

Math
Percent for Dummies
Christopher Bejar

Swimming Pool Tiling
Tak Hui

Percents and Wholes
Anju S. Thalla

Social Studies
A Temple Fit for a God(dess!)
Ryan Michele Healey

The Making of an Abolitionist
Matthew Robinson

Art
You! Creative Digital Self-Portrait
Joyce Riley

ESL
What Is an Ambassador?
Susan Morey

Teaching ESL through Art History
Eurydice Prentoulis

Sadako, Hiroshima and the Atomic Bomb
Molly Staeheli

Foreign Languages
Preguntando Preguntas (Asking Questions)
Joel Key

Science
If Your Mom has Big Feet, Will You have Them Too?
Chloe Prentoulis

Biology PowerPoint Presentations
Julia Fusco

Social Studies
Create Your Own Utopia
Michele G. Caviasco

Cooperative Lesson Plan on Indus Valley Geography and Civilization
Ramon Lopez 

Special Education
Exploring the Narrative of an Enslaved African
Anayah R. Barney  

How Do We Create Plot Diagrams?
Akiko Minaga

What Is Setting?
Akiko Minaga

 

 

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