View short animated video clip on money: http://ksnn.larc.nasa.gov/k2/videos/m_moneyWorth_H.html
On your poster you need to include:
2. Learn what the coins look like and what they are worth.
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Babu's Song is a story from Africa that shows the life of a little boy and his goal of going to school. Through determination and hard work Babu is able to accomplish this goal with help from a family member who is his hero.
Below are extra resources to support your learning this week!
Rangoli is an ancient Indian tradition of creating art with sand and repeated patterns. We will create rangoli art using rice in the classroom to activate our minds before reading One Grain of Rice. Check out a video of real rangoli artists from India. Also, there is a video of children making rangoli.
Listen to the Story
While trying to survive harsh conditions, scarce food, and large animals who hunt humans, it is hard to believe that stone age people would have a desire to create art and music. This week we are reading a story that describes the origins of music in human history. It is interesting to explore how people of long ago make us who we are today.
Choose one of the buttons below to explore art and music during the era of the stone age people. Take notes to share with the rest of the class.
Listen to the story. Then download your worksheet and complete using Word. Once you are finished you may ask your teacher to print.
Games to Play
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