By Teachers, For Teachers
Continuing with the countdowns, here are the top 12 most popular printable lessons of 2011:
Students will calculate costs for individual Thanksgiving items and the total cost for their family's feast.
Your students practice their reading comprehension while fascinated with this story about military dogs' high tech equipment.
With this sporty stats activity, your students will calculate and evaluate the stats for 2011's first NFL draft pick.
Your students will explore setting and recreating stories as they adapt fairy tales for modern settings
In celebration of baseball's race to the World Series, your students will write baseball words to match pictures.
After learning about Hurricane Irene, your students will compare two different kinds of storms: hurricanes and earthquakes.
Inspired by the latest Batman movie, your students will plot a series of points on a graph to reveal a heroic image.
After learning the important role DNA played in identifying Osama Bin Laden, your students will creatively display their knowledge of DNA.
With the news of Groupon's possible stock exchange, your students will prepare how to budget their investments and understand percentages and profits.
Inspired by President Obama's Hawaiian origins, your students will research states and design cereal boxes in their honor.
This activity gets kids thinking critically about how earthquakes and other natural disasters have an impact on our past, present and future.
Play CSI while practicing valuable skills for tracking and graphing data for experiments.
What are your favorite lessons from the school year? Share the big hits in the comments section!