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Flocabulary - Understanding and Comparing the Platforms. Our Political Party video and lesson plan are a great way to introduce political platforms to your class. Complete with a graphic organizer to compare the Democratic and Republican parties, this lesson can also be used to review topics discussed in political debates.

Flocabulary - Understanding and Comparing the Platforms. Our Political Party…

Test your middle schooler's knowledge of our government system with a fill in the blanks diagram.

Branches of the U.S. Government

Civics worksheets and government worksheets for kids are great for history students. Try these civics and government worksheets with your blossoming politician.

Flocabulary - The Three R’s of the Environment. Celebrate Earth Day and learn how to reduce, re-use and recycle with this Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core-aligned lesson.

Elementary Science Lesson Plan - Recycling for Kids

Mandela Is Free

This Flocabulary song and lesson teach sixth grade vocabulary words that students are likely to encounter on state tests.

Flocabulary - Vocabulary Skills & Informational Texts. Students will review the types and uses of context clues in Flocabulary’s "Word Detective" video. They will apply these skills to a Flocabulary middle school Word Up video about Wesley Autrey and an informational text about Autrey’s heroic act.

Flocabulary - Vocabulary Skills & Informational Texts. Students will review the types and uses of context clues in Flocabulary’s "Word Detective" video. They will apply these skills to a Flocabulary middle school Word Up video about Wesley Autrey and an informational text about Autrey’s heroic act.

Flocabulary - Use Statistics to Compare Basketball Teams. In this Common Core-aligned lesson, students will collect, analyze and interpret data with an engaging, real-world purpose: to compare basketball teams.

Flocabulary - Use Statistics to Compare Basketball Teams. In this Common Core-aligned lesson, students will collect, analyze and interpret data with an engaging, real-world purpose: to compare basketball teams.

Flocabulary - An Educator Guest Lesson. This lesson gives students experience writing application letters and interviewing, while also teaching 15 vocabulary words.

Flocabulary - An Educator Guest Lesson. This lesson gives students experience writing application letters and interviewing, while also teaching 15 vocabulary words.

We're The Piglets

This Flocabulary song and lesson teach fourth grade vocabulary words that students are likely to encounter on state tests.

Flocabulary - Researching Current Women's Rights Advocates. Use this lesson along with our video about the Women’s Rights Movement to put a modern spin on women's history. Students will draw connections between key players in women’s history and female rights activists in current events; they’ll continue the story of women’s rights by writing their own academic rhymes.

Lesson Plan: Women’s History Month - Flocabulary

The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a infographic from Zen Pencils. Just a reminder, people.

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