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
Activities to help teach Geography and Famous Places in the World
Check out my "Where in the World is Mrs. Waffenschmidt"(35 adventures) posted at Education World's site Click Here
What is the "world's hottest"temperature ever recorded? The answer until recently has been El Azizia, Libya, where a temperature of 136.4F(58C) was recorded on September 13, 1922 . The World Meteorological Organization says a change in the record books is needed as the temperature recording at El Azizia is no longer accurate. The new "world's hottest" temperature ever record goes to Death Valley, California.Back on July 10,1913, a temperature of 134(56.7C) was recorded.Mail Gail for the key to any of the activities: