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Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Language Arts
After considering the Situation Room photo's new images of power, your students will tap into their vision of power to develop a character.
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This activity is relevant to the changing times, inspires my students for their own futures and teachers about imagery and character traits.
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Language Arts
Release of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax movie will spark your students' imagination and tap into their creative writing skills.
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The topic of Dr. Seuss really brought out the excitement and creativity of my students!
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Science
With a little silver screen inspiration, you and your students can examine the elements in Oscar statuettes and their chemical reactions.
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What a fun, timely tie in to my curriculum!
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Science
Students will think critically about the dangers facing our cold-weather friends in this pop culture activity.
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These worksheets look really cool and catch the attention of my students. They're also creative and challenging!
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Math
Learning about the business of Mardi Gras shows how converting fractions and decimals into percentages has real world value.
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It's great to show how everyday activities tie into the math I'm teaching.
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Language Arts
If a 9-year-old can write a movie, your students can surely put their persuasive writing techniques to work to market it.
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Real world twists make writing assignments relevant to students' future.
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Math
Merge social studies and math with these presidential math problems dealing with the number 4.
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This timely activity combines elements of reading, social studies and math to foster critical thinking skills.
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Science
Students will probe the reasons why our young president is turning gray, while developing an understanding of inherited verses learned traits.
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I purchased TeachHub’s Pop Culture student activities and WOW, money well spent. I have never seen my students so excited to get their daily activities!

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