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Teach Early American History with Movies: High School

Use this vetted list to help teach Early American History with movies to your high school homeschoolers: Colonial, Revolutionary War, Westward Expansion

20 Great STEAM Websites for Young Learners is part of Stem education - Free resource of educational web tools, century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education Stem Science, Teaching Science, Science Art, Teaching Resources, 8th Grade Science, Forensic Science, Science Classroom, Life Science, Steam Education

Some Very Good STEAM Websites to Use in Your Class via Educators' technology | Into the Driver's Seat

Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)

Monet artist study for homeschool. Claude Monet is sure to be at the top of your homeschool artist study list! His paintings are everywhere and his contribution to art history is. Claude Monet, Artist Monet, 7th Grade Art, Art History Lessons, Ecole Art, Preschool Art, Kandinsky, Art Lesson Plans, Art Classroom

Monet Artist Study

Monet's subject matter is especially family friendly and generally enjoyed by most everyone. So if you're looking for a painter to begin your artist study with, Monet is a great choice!

YouAccel Shared a Video: A day in the life of a Roman soldier - Robert Garland 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Bible Activities, Teaching Latin, Teaching History, Roman History, Women's History, British History

A day in the life of a Roman soldier - Robert Garland

The year is 15 CE, and the Roman Empire is prospering. Most of the credit will go to the emperor, but this success wouldn’t have been possible without loyal soldiers like Servius Felix. Robert Garland illuminates what life was like for a solider in the Roman army.

Teach With Laughter: I'm DONE, a new math station and a freebie - Mathe Ideen 2020 Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Geography, Preschool, Math For Kids, Fun Math, Math Stations, Math Centers

I'm DONE, a new math station and a freebie

I'm DONE!!!! My report cards are DONE!!!! Now, just to get through the next 9 days :-) We've got a little ice cream theme going on because I've sort of promised my students an ice cream party next week. If you saw my post last week you know that we have been working on choosing between addition and subtraction. My students are getting better and enjoyed the strawberry math station, but it was time for a new one. So, here's what I came up with... Students roll 2 dice then decide if they want…

Missing Addends math practice - great for linking part part whole relationships to equations! Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Geography, Preschool, Math Worksheets, Math Resources, Math Activities, Second Grade Math

February Math & ELA Printables

February Printables for Math and ELA, aligned with common core. Great for first grade morning work, assessment, centers, independent practice, homework and more!

✅The Unplugged Family: What is a Living Book? Encouragement for embracing a Living Books-based Home Education, Part 1 Homeschool Books, Homeschool Curriculum, Montessori Homeschool, Classical Education, Kids Education, Read Aloud Books, Charlotte Mason, Science Books, Home Schooling

What is a Living Book? Encouragement for embracing a Living Books-based Home Education, Part 1, The Unplugged Family

This will be part 1 of a 5 part series in which I hope to answer the question,

On The Way To School (Region 3 DVD / Non USA Region) (Hong Kong Version Documentary / English & Chinese subtitled) a. Sur le chemin de l’ecole Cinema Film, Film Movie, French Film Festival, Movies Worth Watching, Film Inspiration, French Films, Teacher Blogs, Film Music Books, Independent Films

On The Way To School (Region 3 DVD / Non USA Region) (Hong Kong Version Documentary / English & Chinese subtitled) a.k.a. Sur le chemin de l'ecole

Amazon.com: On The Way To School (Region 3 DVD / Non USA Region) (Hong Kong Version Documentary / English & Chinese subtitled) a.k.a. Sur le chemin de l’ecole: Pascal Plisson, Barthelemy Fougen: Movies & TV

Awesome Math Practice Worksheets Distributive Property that you must know, Youre in good company if you?re looking for Math Practice Worksheets Distributive Property 8th Grade Math Worksheets, Free Printable Math Worksheets, Multiplication Worksheets, Chemistry Worksheets, Addition Worksheets, Preschool Printables, Math Properties, Properties Of Multiplication, Addition Properties

Using the Distributive Property (Answers Do Not Include Exponents) (A)

The Using the Distributive Property (Answers Do Not Include Exponents) (A) Math Worksheet from the Algebra Worksheets Page at Math-Drills.com.

What are the main exponent rules? What are the main exponent rules? The post What are the main exponent rules? appeared first on School Diy. Gcse Math, Maths Algebra, Math Fractions, Calculus, Algebra Activities, Math Tutorials, 8th Grade Math, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade

What are the main exponent rules?

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Airplane Method for Factoring

I mentioned the "airplane" method for factoring in a recent post. Someone asked me what that was, so I thought I'd share. I have seen a lot of methods for factoring a quadratic with a leading coefficient. Out of the ones I've tried, this is my favorite. The analogy to an airplane is a bit of a stretch, but students seem to remember it pretty well. So I'll take it. I should also mention that, before I show this to students, I always spend some time letting them work on these by trial and…

Math Chapter 1 - How to Factor Polynomials Easily - The British Method.interesting We call this the "AC Method" in the good ol' US of A Algebra Activities, Maths Algebra, Math Resources, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, College Math, Math Notes, Math Formulas

How to Factor Polynomials Easily

Want to know how to factor polynomials? If you have had trouble in the past, you've come to the right place. GradeA breaks it down so that it is simple for anyone to understand

Airplane Method for Factoring. I don't think I was taught this method, at least .Airplane Method for Factoring. I don't think I was taught this method, at least I don`t remember it.we just had the iterative guess method. Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Math For Kids, Fun Math, Math Math, Math Multiplication, Math Help, Math Formulas

Airplane Method for Factoring

I mentioned the "airplane" method for factoring in a recent post. Someone asked me what that was, so I thought I'd share. I have seen a lot of methods for factoring a quadratic with a leading coefficient. Out of the ones I've tried, this is my favorite. The analogy to an airplane is a bit of a stretch, but students seem to remember it pretty well. So I'll take it. I should also mention that, before I show this to students, I always spend some time letting them work on these by trial and…

Teaching music with fun, tried & tested lessons, DIY classroom projects & ideas your students will love with Tracy King, the Bulletin Board Lady. education Listening to Beethoven Kindergarten Music, Teaching Music, Elementary Music Lessons, Elementary Schools, Piano Lessons, Preschool Music Activities, Primary Lessons, Music Lesson Plans, Music Worksheets

Listening to Beethoven

I almost forgot that I had scanned these to share with you! A few weeks ago we listened to "Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven. First graders discussed tempo, mood and dynamics and then created these written/drawn responses. They had some pretty heavy thoughts about the song. It was a great opportunity to talk about how music captures emotions. We discussed music that is used for weddings, funerals, parades, parties, etc... What insightful young men and women I teach! UPDATED: Just to answer a…

Math Challenge of the Week question for sixth grade students. My grade students really enjoy trying them each week! The question gets posted Monday morning and students have until the end of the day Thursday to answer it. Friday we go over it at the Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Classroom Ideas, Future Classroom, Teacher Stuff, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Geometry, Teacher Toolkit

Challenge of the Week

One fun math idea to incorporate as a weekly routine is a Challenge of the Week problem. It is optional for students to give it a try, but I've found that just by adding the word challenge and hyping it up a little bit...kids love to give it a shot! The problem is always an extension of what we are studying that week in class. I put each new challenge up on Monday morning and students have until the end of the day on Thursday to turn in their solutions to the turn in basket pictured. We go…