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Visual and interesting practice cards to help students prepare for tests.
How do you use loop cards? Loop cards, also known as 'follow me cards', provide a matching activity for your entire class. You should generate one for each student, so each student, when matched on either side, becomes a part of the loop. Shuffle them before you give them out.
How to use WORD SPLASH: 1. Students work in pairs. Each person will need a reading journal or sheet of notebook paper and a pencil. 2. As a pre-reading activity, display an overhead that relates to the article to be read. Explain that the words that the students are looking at relate to the article that they will be reading about. Read the words aloud to students. 3. Tell the students that they need to connect two...
We've had the privilege of presenting our Historical music at numerous regional school events as well as Living History community festivities. We perform acoustic music of the proper "era" (we are in the appropriate attire too) and we intertwine educational bits about the historical music and it's importance in their daily lives as well as in the military. We have hands-on activities for the students/audience...
An article from the National Library of Medicine on Dr. Benjy Frances Brooks.
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