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Football Finances

In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students analyze pictures of football stands to make estimates related to attendance at the Super Bowl, and then they make estimates about ...
Autumn - Kids Infobits Presents

Overview of the season commonly known as "fall," and the cause of the seasons. Additionally, the "Life of a Leaf" is discussed.
The Constitution: Cornerstone of Freedom - First Facts

Overview of the history of the U.S. Constitution and its contents.
Full Court Press: Examining the Supreme Court: Past, Present, and Future

In this lesson, found on the New York Times Learning Network, students investigate the Supreme Court's role and function in the federal government. They then speculate how Chief Justice Rehnquist's il...
The Chemistry of Autumn Colors

This page, from the Science Is Fun Web site, features an informational article about the chemical process that makes leaves change color each fall. Chemical formulas are shared, along with information...
Explore and Write About Nature

In this activity, children look closely at living things in their natural environments and then make books about what they see.
Putting the Ice in Hockey: Student Sheet

In this reproducible worksheet, from a Science NetLinks lesson, students answer questions about ice and its properties after viewing a Web page about the science of hockey at the Exploratorium Web sit...
American Memory: The Learning Page Features - Thanksgiving

This "Feature Presentation" includes firsthand accounts of Thanksgiving celebrations, from the ruined Thanksgiving dinner of a pioneer family in 19th-century Nebraska to a 1939 Jewish Thanksgiving cel...
Voices of Democracy

Most lessons on the 1960s Civil Rights Movement focus on key national leaders-Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and President John F. Kennedy. This lesson is no exception; however, it will also lo...

Fluid Dynamics of Swimming

This Web site, from the K-8 Aeronautics Internet Textbook, explains the motions a swimmer makes in the water and how the difference between champion swimmers and recreational swimmers is the ability t...
Fall Round Up Time

This page, from American Memory at the Library of Congress, focuses on significant events in American history and culture associated with October 7. On this day in 1979, the Ninety-Six Ranch finished ...
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