Students will identify artworks from art movements throughout the 19th and 21st centuries.
Students will learn about the history of campfire singing and engage in group singing.
Students will answer the questions: What is DNA? What does DNA look like? How is it made?
Students will explore the national holidays that are celebrated in the United States.
Students will practice three independent reading strategies.
Students will learn that matter comes in three states: Solid, Liquid, and Gas.
Students will learn about the "other" factors of the Civil War.
Students will learn how to graph points on the coordinate plane to create and read maps.
In this lesson, we will analyze the objects and natural resources used by early settlers.
Students will analyze attributes of ecosystems and then create a brand-new creature.
Students will learn all about lines and angles and how they apply to real-life situations.
We’ll see and explore all the amazing creatures that call Barnegat Bay home.
In this lesson, students will learn the benefits of acquiring a second language.
Students will learn the three dimensions of American Sign Language.
Students will explore the elements of rhythm and beats to understand how music is created.
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