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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 ...
Green Christmas: Tips for an Eco-Friendly Holiday

In this National Geographic News article, read about ways to minimize the environmental impact of Christmas celebrations. With a little tweaking, everything from holiday gift-giving to light-stringing...
History of Christmas

This online exhibit, from the History Channel, traces the history of Christmas. Users can explore a wide variety of world holidays that celebrate the winter solstice and learn about the origins of the...
World Map of Christmas Traditions

This online exhibit, from the History Channel, allows users to explore Christmas traditions around the world. Users can find information on Christmas celebrations in Scandinavia, England, Germany, Fra...
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.
Making the Holidays Special: Developing Television Specials About Winter Holidays

In this lesson, from the New York Times Learning Network, students examine ways in which holiday television specials reflect some of the religious, historic, and cultural themes of the holidays on whi...
The Gift of Holiday Traditions: Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, and Christmas

This page from EDSITEment features resources relating to winter holidays, and presents information about and activities relating to Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, and Christmas. Learn more about the history of th...
Culture Goggles: Same Holy Land, Different Holidays

In this Xpeditions lesson, students visit the Culture Goggles exhibit in National Geographic's Xpedition Hall, where students select a religion to see how a Christian, a Jew, or a Muslim might vi...
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...
Wonder of the Day: Why Do People Make New Year?s Resolutions?

With a great list of resolutions, Basha is ready for the new year! Feeling inspired and ready to make a few New Year?s resolutions of your own? Check out today?s wonder for the history of an ancient...
Science of the Olympic Winter Games

Created by NBC and NSF, these videos feature interviews with athletes and coaches who explain the science behind the Olympic Winter Games.
Wonder of the Day: Where Do Worms Go in Winter?

Unless they?re in the belly of a bird, worms don?t fly south for the winter. So where do they go?
Winter and Children's Literature

This resource, from Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site, is part of a collection of thematic resources for integrating children's literature into a variety of curriculum areas. Thi...
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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