Whoa...complicated. Level 3 is fine.  Level 1 and 2 can be used as strikes for breaking basic rules, each with own consequences.

Whoa...complicated. Level 3 is fine. Level 1 and 2 can be used as strikes for breaking basic rules, each with own consequences.

This is a great project for G+T students in fifth and sixth grade. Variations I have done include working individually and letting the students choose anywhere in the world they would like their country to be. The geography  and climate of their portion of the earth affects the other aspects, such as history, customs, foods, etc.

This is a great project for G+T students in fifth and sixth grade. Variations I have done include working individually and letting the students choose anywhere in the world they would like their country to be. The geography and climate of their portion of the earth affects the other aspects, such as history, customs, foods, etc.

Here's a foldable on the branches of government.  Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf

Here's a foldable on the branches of government. Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf

Easy to make game for developing vocabulary. Would be great for social studies and science terms.  Several other good muffin tin games at this post, too!

4 Super Fun & Easy Muffin Tin Reading Games

Easy to make game for developing vocabulary. Would be great for social studies and science terms. Several other good muffin tin games at this post, too!

Whovian artwork discovered in men’s bathroom - Life on the Bluffs - The Scribe - University of Colorado#.UkCEM4wo6M9

Whovian artwork discovered in men’s bathroom - Life on the Bluffs - The Scribe - University of Colorado#.UkCEM4wo6M9

Leaving Asia and Middle East behind, it is fascinating to notice how history repeats itself at different latitudes and longitudes, demonstrating once again that nail art is somehow connected to an ancestral human need for beauty and imagination. Incas, Aztec and other pre-Columbian civilisations, in fact, used nail polish to decorate their nails and to define social classes.

Nail Art: A Long Story

Leaving Asia and Middle East behind, it is fascinating to notice how history repeats itself at different latitudes and longitudes, demonstrating once again that nail art is somehow connected to an ancestral human need for beauty and imagination. Incas, Aztec and other pre-Columbian civilisations, in fact, used nail polish to decorate their nails and to define social classes.

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