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Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Math
What are the odds? Using figures from real life lotto winners, practice problems about the probabilities and percentages that come with games of chance.
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My students enjoyed math problems more when they got to think like lotto winners!
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Science
Leo needs your help to figure out the mileage, fuel efficiency and displacement in his daily travels.
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A wonderful collection of the latest headlines and stories! The subject matter is about everything kids love.
Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Language Arts
With this Lady Gaga-inspired journal activity, your students will evaluate their priorities and the price of fame.
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These activities take the guess work out of engaging students!
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Language Arts
Students will realize that kids can make a big difference while practicing identifying parts of speech, counting syllables and testing reading comprehension.
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What a phenomenal example of what kids are capable of!
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Math
With help from the top draft pick of 2012, your students will calculate and evaluate football stats.
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Incorporating sports statistics with math lessons really gets my kids interested in the assignment.
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Social Studies
Missy Franklin will be your students' spotlight athlete as they research and promote the London Olympics!
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The printable activities provide valuable lessons with an original twist.
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Social Studies
Students will consider their existing knowledge of the Olympics tradition, along with exploring what their gold medal dreams may be.
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From phonics to building vocabulary, these pop-culture printables are a valuable resource to my students.
Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Social Studies
The Olympics are one of the longest-lasting traditions in history. Explore the history of the games with your students and discovery what their gold medal dreams may be.
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From phonics to building vocabulary, these pop-culture printables are a valuable resource to my students.

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