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Virtues in art  http://www.ourlanguageourstory.org/resources/pdf/VirtuesInArtPJ.pdf

Virtues in art http://www.ourlanguageourstory.org/resources/pdf/VirtuesInArtPJ.pdf

Learn more about the atomic bomb, the psychology of war, and the home front while you watch the videos and examine photographs from battlefields and factories. Description from sites.google.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Learn more about the atomic bomb, the psychology of war, and the home front while you watch the videos and examine photographs from battlefields and factories. Description from sites.google.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Watch a clever teacher annoy the back row of class to teach all students an important lesson.

Watch a clever teacher annoy the back row of class to teach all students an important lesson.

Watch a clever teacher annoy the back row of class to teach all students an important lesson about privilege.

Teacher/parent resource learning about each American Girl from the series

Teacher/parent resource learning about each American Girl from the series

Learn about Native Americans through reading and creating fun Pop Up Books.

Native American Bundle: Lessons, Activities & Pop up Books

Journalism and Writing Activities with a Historical Twist.  Meets National Standards in ELA and Social Studies.

Journalism and Writing Activities with a Historical Twist. Meets National Standards in ELA and Social Studies.

War War II Free Resources For a Middle School Unit Study

World War II Free Resources For a Middle School Unit Study

Keep-Marching-On300 - GRADES: Middle and High School  Martin Luther King., Jr. dreamed of an America where people could “not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Use this lesson plan to start a discussion in your classroom about where we are on the path to realizing this dream.

Black History Month resources for the classroom

Keep-Marching-On300 - GRADES: Middle and High School Martin Luther King., Jr. dreamed of an America where people could “not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Use this lesson plan to start a discussion in your classroom about where we are on the path to realizing this dream.

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