WORLDVIEW: Walt Disney was known for his futurist views and, through his television programs, showed the American public how the world was moving into the future. "A vista into a world of wondrous ideas, signifying Man's achievement. A step into the future, with predictions of constructed things to come. Tomorrow offers new frontiers in science, adventure and ideals. The Atomic Age, the challenge of Outer Space and the hope for a peaceful, unified world." —Walter E. Disney, July 17, 1955
Super fun puzzle based learning activity! Keep your students on task and learning with this expository reading and problem solving activity that enriches body systems (skeletal). Students get to learn about paleontologists and build a dinosaur while enriching their knowledge of the skeletal system.
Going deeper into nonfiction texts is essential to student mastery of common core standards. Want ways to integrate social studies and science content into your nonfiction instruction, while differentiating for the needs of all learners? Look no further than these Fossils differentiated reading passages and comprehension questions.