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Arctic Animals of Alaska

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Description: The Arctic is covered with ice and snow for most of the year. Animals that live in Alaska's Arctic region must be able to survive long winters and very cold temperatures. Learn about these Arctic animals and help the rangers at Denali Park by making a brochure to describe the wildlife to park visitors. Standard 1.2.4

Author: Sandra Boe, Inland Empire Consortium for International Studies

Lesson ID: 95

First Grade Tour Guides

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Description: You come to school everyday and you feel pretty comfortable. You know how to get to the important places like the cafeteria, the office, and the library. You know the people who work in these places and help you with things. Your parents don't come to your school as often as you do, so they probably don't know these things. How can you plan a tour of your school that will show your parents all of the important places, let them know what happens in these places, and introduce them to the people who work there? Standard K.4.5 and 1.2.2

Author: Laura Trapp, Four Georgians Elementary School

Lesson ID: 406

Is It Moose, Mooses or Meese?

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Description: Have you ever wondered if Bullwinkle is real? Can a moose really talk to its squirrel friend? Does a moose live in a house like us? Let's find out! Standards 1.2.0 and 1.2.4

Author: Christie Speed, Paradise Elementary School

Lesson ID: 584

Let's Go!

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Description: You and your own blue suitcase are going on a trip! You will need to decide where you are going to go, how you will get there, and what you will need to take with you. Who are you going to see? How long will you stay? How will you return? You will learn about economic decision making as you gather information about different forms of transportation and decide what kinds you will use. "Let's Go!" Standards K.3, and 1.6.2

Author: Eileen F. Kiesner, Frazier Park School

Lesson ID: 646

Student Experimental Farm

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Description: Ever thought of being a farmer? See if it's the career for you by taking this virtual fieldtrip to The Student Experimental Farm at the University of California Davis. Learn geography by reading the maps to get there. Learn about farming after you arrive including how to prepare soils, how to plant, and how to harvest. For each part of the trip there are interesting activities to do. Standards 1.2.4 2.2.4, and 2.4.1


Lesson ID: 988

Weather Watchers

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Description: What's the weather like today in your part of the world? No matter where you live, weather is an important part of your life. Let's find out about weather and how it makes a difference all over the world. Pack your bags; we're taking a trip! Standard 1.2.4

Author: Noelle Kreider, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools

Lesson ID: 1209

Where Am I? My Place in Time and Space

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Description: In this activity, you will create your own intergalactic address book. After vewing the video, "The Magic School Bus Lost in Space", you will pretend you are a student in Ms Frizzle's class and help your classmates figure out how to get home from outer space. Standards 1.2.1 and 2.2.1

Author: Jaime Boston, Birch Lane and Pioneer Elementary Schools

Lesson ID: 1244

Where's My Dot? - A Problem-based Lesson

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Description: Everyone has his/her "dot" on the map. Some people call it their address. Your task will be to share with us what makes your "dot" special. Standards K.4.4 and 1.2.1

Author: Elaine Kiesner, Frazier Park School

Lesson ID: 1249

Barnaby Bear

Description: Use this Barnaby Bear site to travel to Australia or the city of Paris and see all the sites. Participate in games and stories along the way. Standard 1.2.4

Author: BBC Geography for Kids

Lesson ID: 1552

Comparing Continents

Description: In this lesson, students will examine a map and globe to compare the physical features of Earth's continents. They will play the GeoSpy continents game and manipulate an online map to compare the continents' climates. Students will conclude by writing paragraphs comparing and contrasting two continents. Standard 1.2.1

Author: National Geographic Xpeditions

Lesson ID: 1475

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