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Time Capsule- open this link to view the pages to get ideas to write about for your time capsule. If you can, you could print the pages, or you could create your own. Then put them in a clean waterproof container, like an empty coffee can or a plastic box. What else can you add to remember this time? A newspaper heading? A photo? A small token? Be creative!
If you had been alive during the American Revolution, what do you think you would have written to put into a time capsule? Watch this Brain Pop video to help you think about it, then draw a comic or write 3 sentences describing what you think someone your age might have been thinking and feeling during that time.
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There is more than one definition for the word ‘rock’. Can you think of at least three different meanings of the word ‘rock’ using complete sentences?
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Today's ActivitiesThe events you are living through today will be part of history tomorrow. Stories people write about parts of their lives can be used by people in the future to learn about the past. Learn more with this BrainPOP Jr. video. What will your future...
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Today's ActivitiesWatch “Miss Nelson Has a Field Day” and fill out this story map to describe the plot elements.First, draw a large chalk 10 by 10 grid on the blacktop or sidewalk. Mark the numbers 1 through 10 along the top and down the left side. Get beanbags (or...