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Other People's Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom

The United States of YA! Each state represents the setting for the YA book. So many to read!  Would love to do this for the entire globe! Read across the world!
from BuzzFeed

The United States Of YA

The United States of YA! Each state represents the setting for the YA book. So many to read! Would love to do this for the entire globe! Read across the world!

from BuzzFeed

21 Books That Will Teach You Something Important

This is a real eye-opener to anyone who thinks they learned about U.S. history in high school. Loewen spent eleven years reviewing the 12 most commonly-used U.S. history textbooks and found all to be marred by an embarrassing combination of blind patriotism, mindless optimism, sheer misinformation, and outright lies.

from Gift of Curiosity

Books about states of matter (solids, liquids, & gasses

Reviews and description of eight books about states of matter - solids, liquids, and gasses || Gift of Curiosity

Teaching the branches of government and other aspects of government with kid friendly activities and books.

The pressures and challenges of leadership in 21st century schools and school districts is greater than it has ever been. Juggling dwindling financial resources, a myriad of new educational initiatives both state and federal, major curriculum restructuring, and the invasiveness of technology all make being a school leader today one of the most difficult jobs around.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

State Report

State Report Lapbook This State Report resource provides materials needed for students to organize and present their research on one of our fifty nifty states! Perfect for students in mid to upper elementary, this resource includes a variety of materials students can use while researching and learning about one of the amazing states in our nation!

Olaf States of Matter Mini-Book to go with our Frozen Theme Preschool

from Life with Moore Babies

A Practical Way to Teach Kids Where They Live

Use nesting cans or plasticware boxes to illustrate the concepts of House, Town, State, Country, Continent, Planet. Great for the book "Me on the Map" or "My Global Address."