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Extractions: Web Sites for 3rd Grade Click on the topic below to be brought to the links for that unit: Biography Unit Iditarod Unit Colonial Project Titanic ... Rocks, Minerals , and Volcanoes, Simple Machines Spiders and Bats Biomes and Forest Habitats ... Waterford, Ireland (Home of our Keypals) Tessellation Winter Olympics http://www.funbrain.com/grammar/index.html Grammar Gorillas- practice of grammar skills http://www.alfy.com/teachers/teach/thematic_units/Multiplication_Division/MD_1.asp Multiplication and division practice www.findsounds.com A great place to get all kinds of sound effects to complement your PowerPoint presentations. This is a search engine for sounds! www.bonus.com Tons of fun http://kids.mysterynet.com Mysteries to solve, scary stories, and magic tricks Biomes and Forest Habitats Unit http://www.nationalgeographic.com/forest/index.html Visit the virtual Fantastic Forest and find out what it takes to make a forest fantastic http://members.aol.com/calebj/clothing.html
Untitled A HISTORY of NATIVE AMERICANS. INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE. One of the themes to be considered within the New York State fourth grade social studies curriculum is Native American Indians of New York State. Masoff, Joy. colonial times 1600 1700. Chronicle of America Series. New York Scholastic, Inc. 2000. ss 973.2 MAS This site offers homework help resources for grades K-4 http://www.albany.edu/~lm1622/pathfinder.html
Extractions: One of the themes to be considered within the New York State fourth grade social studies curriculum is Native American Indians of New York State. The social studies curriculum "builds on the students' understanding of families, schools, and communities and highlights the political institutions and historic development of their local communities with connections to New York State and the United States." "The historical study of local communities focuses on the social/cultural, political, and economic factors that helped shape these communities. Students study about the significant people, places, events, and issues that influenced life in their local communities." The Pine Plains community is situated in northeastern Dutchess County, fifteen miles east of the Hudson River and ten miles west of the New York/Connecticut border. For thousands of years before Europeans settled in the region, it was the home of eastern woodland Indians. The local indigenous peoples called themselves Mahicans. They were hunter-gathers who spoke an Algonquian language. They were not Mohegans, who lived in what is now Connecticut and they were not Iroquois, who lived north and west of the area and would eventually force the Mahicans from the area.
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Extractions: BROWN, RICHARD C. (Portland Press Herald (Maine)) CHILDS, JOHN C. (Portland Press Herald (Maine)) WASHINGTON, DC - Michael Berg, father of Nick Berg, the American civilian beheaded in Iraq in May 2004, speaks during an anti-war demonstration near the White House to in Washington, D.C., on Saturday (KRT Photos) BRITISH AIRCREWS PREPARING FOR DELIVERY OF FIRST C-17 (Defense Daily) Bowls Results State Pairs C'ship (AAP Sports News (Australia)) Spartanburg, S.C., No Longer Attracts Rail Passengers Like It Once Did. (Herald-Journal (Spartanburg, South Carolina) (via Knight-Ridder/Tribune Business News)) C. Morrison Presents...' After The Party, What's The Plan?' Symposium Series 2004 (Atlanta Inquirer) D.C. Agency Probes Brazil's Use of Staff
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Extractions: To copy this information: hightlight dates needed, click "file", click "print", click the "selection" radio button, click "OK". April 1 1826 - Samuel Morey of Oxford, New Hampshire patented the internal combustion engine. 1864 - The first travel accident policy was issued. The Travelers Insurance Company issued the policy to James Batterson, who also received the first general insurance policy issued by the firm in July, 1864. 1931 - Pitcher Jackie Mitchell was signed by the Chattanooga Baseball Club. Mitchell was the first woman in organized baseball. Miss Mitchell was 19 years old. 1949 - The first all-black-cast variety show was presented on WENR-TV in Chicago, IL. The show was called "Happy Pappy". 1960 - The first U.S. weather satellite was launched. "TIROS I" was put into orbit and soon meteorologists saw the first pictures of a midlatitude cyclone over the northeastern United States. 1963 - The daily TV serial, "General Hospital", began its long and popular run on ABC-TV.
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Extractions: ABC News 4 Kids. ABC News 4 Kids posts new stories every Tuesday and Thursday apppropriate for elementary and middle school students. Each news article has an interactive, animated presentation. Also included is an archive of previous articles. Abraham Lincoln Classroom Activities for Primary Children. Tammy Payton's first grade class has created a Web site which includes an on-line quiz, an animation that shows the addition of states to the USA, a picture gallery of President Lincoln, a treasure hunt, suggestions for further classroom activities, and additional links. Abraham Lincoln Treasure Hunt for Primary Children. Students use the Historic Lincoln Sites to find answers to a series of questions. E-mail the correct answers to Tammy Payton at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she'll post their first name, age, and city in the Hall of Fame winners page. Adventures of Cyberbee. A site for teachers looking for ways to integrate technology into their classroom. Included are Curriculum Ideas, How Tos, Treasure Hunts, Web Links, Articles, and a search engine. Africa Online for Kids Only.
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Extractions: Social Studies 50 States Information and links to all fifty states. Great for those 5th grade state reports! Ancient Egypt Ancient Egypt lesson plans, web quests, games, and online activities. Celebrate Freedom Week The TEA Social Studies web page will assist in the newly passed HB 1776 requiring Texas students in grades 3-12 to be instructed about the Declaration of Independence and our "unalienable rights". Celebrate Freedom Week with Technology A new law in Texas this year, students in grades 3-12 will be instructed on the significance of the Declaration of Independence and our "unalienable rights" as US citizens. Famous Texans Research Links Click here for information on lots of famous Texans!!! The Flag of the United States The history of our flag is given here as well as flag etiquette, patriotic essays, Armed Forces information, and a link to America's tallest flagpole with a webcam. Handbook of Texas Online The Handbook of Texas Online is a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture.
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Extractions: Courses in Economics (Division 358: arranged by groups) 201. Principles of Economics I. No credit granted to those who have completed 400. (4). (SS). 202. Principles of Economics II. Econ. 201. No credit granted to those who have completed Econ. 400. (4). (SS). Economics 201 and 202 are required as prerequisites to the concentration and to upper-level courses in Economics. In Economics 202, the fundamental concepts and theories of macroeconomics are developed and used to analyze problems of current interest. The major concerns of this course are the determinants of GNP, unemployment, inflation, international trade, and economic growth. The course format consists of one hour of lecture (either 001 or 002) each week by the professor and three hours of section meetings (003 to 035) each week by a teaching assistant. The section meetings are limited to 35 students. (Gramlich) 400. Modern Economic Society. For upperclass and graduate students without prior credit for principles of economics. (4). (SS). A one-term course which covers the basic principles of economics, including both microeconomic and macroeconomic analysis, the theory of production and cost, industrial organization, and input markets. Macroeconomic topics include the determination of national income, inflation and unemployment, money and banking, and stabilization policy. The course is aimed at upperclass and graduate students who are not concentrating in economics. Students who wish to retain the options of further courses in economics or of economics as a possible concentration should take the two-term introductory course, Economics 201 and 202.