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Footsteps to Flight: A Virtual Museum of the History of Transportation

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Description: Follow the history of transportation from the beginning of time until today. Let your imagination go as you enjoy the activities in each room of this wonderful online museum. Standards 1.4.2 and 2.1.2

Author: Liz Rickett, Washington Elementary School

Lesson ID: 413

World of Puppets

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Description: Have you ever watched Sesame Street and seen the puppets? Which is your favorite? People all over the world enjoy puppets and each country's puppets are different. We're going to use the World Wide Web to visit different countries and find out what the puppets are like in each one. Then you will make a puppet and write a play for that puppet. When we're all done, we'll have a puppet show! Standard 1.5.1, and 1.5.3

Author: Cathy Jennings, Valley of Enchantment Elementary

Lesson ID: 1291

Abraham Lincoln: President and Leader During the Civil War

Description: This lesson supports Adler's Picture Book of Abraham Lincoln. Students can choose from a wealth of activities to learn key history-social science concepts. Standards K.6.1, K.6.2, 1.3.2, and 2.5

Author: Council for Citizenship Education, Crossroads Curriculum

Lesson ID: 18

Back in the Olden Days

Description: Students discuss what it might have been like when, and where, their parents and grandparents grew up. The students conduct interviews to see if their guesses were right. They conclude by drawing pictures of their relatives living in this time and place. Standards 1.4.3, 2.1.1 and 2.1.2

Author: Xpeditions, National Geographic Society

Lesson ID: 1506

Building a House

Description: In this teacher directed lesson, students will read and act out the Three Little Pigs and learn the process of building by naming materials and general steps in constructing a building. The music connection is "This Is the Way to Build a House" Standards K.3 and 1.6.2

Author: School to Work

Lesson ID: 169

Children of World War 2

Description: Using the colorful and simply-written site on World War 2 written by the BBC, students participate in a set of activities from creating menus from rationed products to learning about all the objects in a 1940s house. Standards K.6.3 and 1.4.3

Author: BBC History for Kids

Lesson ID: 1551

Classroom Rules for Miwaukee Public Schools in 1846

Description: Rufus King, president of Milwaukee's Board of School Commissioners, issued this list of rules for students enrolled in the city's public schools in 1846. In addition to outlining appropriate classroom behavior, the list describes the terms of admission into the school system. Students read and classify the rules into categories and compare them to rules at their school. Standard 1.4.1

Author: Wisconsin Historical Society

Lesson ID: 1419

Colonial Customs

Description: Experience and explore the customs of the 17th century with these four activities: dress up, exchange for elders. make a pledge, and etiquette 101. Standard 1.4.2

Author: Mackie Rhodes, Scholastic Instructor

Lesson ID: 238

Games from Around the World

Description: Play counting, word and dice games from Japan, colonial America, and Africa and learn about the world while doing so. Standard 1.4.3

Author: Kindergarten Connection

Lesson ID: 439

Get a Move On

Description: Explore the relationship between geography and transportation in this lesson. Identify and graph forms of transportation that bring people and products to towns and communities. Then identify the various modes of transportation that people use to travel from place to place by creating a class mural with student created vehicles. Standard K.4.2 and 1.4.2

Author: , California Geographic Alliance

Lesson ID: 444

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