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Fun Mathematics Lessons by Cynthia Lanius - 1 views

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    LOVED the million $$ mission!!!! AND it has Spanish practice!!
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Thousands of Free Lesson Plans and Educational Resources for Teachers | Verizon Thinkfi... - 0 views

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    "Enhance Learning
    with FREE lesson plans
    & educational resources"
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The Lesson Plans Page - Over 4,000 FREE Lesson Plans! - 1 views

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    "Welcome to HotChalk's™ LessonPlansPage.com! We now have over 4,000 free lesson plans! To find lesson plans that match your criteria, begin by selecting a subject, recent additions, or seasonal lessons in the box below, or search for specific topics. Visit our parent site, HotChalk.com for free online teacher tools and thousands of additional teacher resources!

    You can participate in discussions with other educators in our Teacher Discussion Forums. You may also like our Science Experiments and Math Worksheets sections! Don't forget to bookmark this site and sign up for our newsletter!"
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S.O.S. for Information Literacy - 0 views

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    "S.O.S. for Information Literacy is a dynamic web-based multimedia resource that includes peer-reviewed lesson plans, handouts, presentations, videos and other resources to enhance the teaching of information literacy (K-16). Read a full description of the project. More information.

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Illuminations: Welcome to Illuminations - 0 views

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    "Explore our library of 104 online activities that help to make math come alive in the classroom or at home
    View our collection of 579 lessons for preK-12 math educators
    Learn about NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics
    Check out hundreds of exemplary online resources, as identified by an editorial panel"
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Ricci Adams' Musictheory.net - Welcome - 0 views

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    "Welcome to Ricci Adams' Musictheory.net. To begin your journey into the realm of music, select a section:"
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BioEd Online: Biology Teacher Resources - 0 views

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    biology teacher resource
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Inspire: A Teachers' Newsletter from REA - 0 views

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    best in free history classroom resources
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Economic Education Web : EcEdWeb - 0 views

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    "portal to economic education resources in all forms and at all levels. Select from the menus above and left to find exciting and informative material for teaching economics. "
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Raising Money Smart Kids - Kiplinger - 0 views

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    "What your children need to know about money and how to teach them. "
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MIKIDS for YOUR KIDS! - 0 views

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    free typing program to help with keyboarding and other skills
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New Philadelphia: A Multiracial Town on the Illinois Frontier - 1 views

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    "N
    ew Philadelphia looked like a typical west-central Illinois pioneer town to travelers cresting the hill overlooking the place in the mid-1800s. Imagine villagers filling baskets with a bounty of apples, corn, and wheat, while chickens clucked and pigs rooted in nearby pens. Picture farmers hitching mules and oxen to carts filled with vegetables, fruit, and grain to sell at markets. Listen for loud clanging from the blacksmith's shop as hammers shaped hot metal into shoes for mules and horses. As in other frontier towns, smoke from cooking fires swirled from the dwellings that dotted small plots of land.

    But New Philadelphia was not a typical pioneer town. It was the first town platted and registered by an African American before the American Civil War. A formerly enslaved man called "Free Frank" McWorter founded New Philadelphia in 1836 as a money-making venture to buy his family out of slavery. Census records and other historical documents tell us that New Philadelphia was a place where black and white villagers lived side by side, but we know that the town's dead lie buried in cemeteries separated by color.

    By 1885, many villagers had moved away in search of jobs and better economic opportunities. Plows buried any material remains left behind, and grazing livestock and crops covered most of the site. By the 1940s, nothing of the town remained above ground. However, the town's descendants and neighboring communities did not forget New Philadelphia. Descendents continued to live in the area until the 1950s. Grace Matteson wrote "Free Frank" McWorter and the "Ghost Town" of New Philadelphia, Pike County, Illinois. Later, Lorraine Burdick remembered the town in New Philadelphia: Where I Lived. McWorter family descendants were members of the Negro History Movement led by Carter G. Woodson, and through their activities the story of Free Frank was kept alive. Helen McWorter Simpson, great granddaughter of Free Frank McWorter, wrote Makers of History. Juliet E. K. Wa
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