“Code for Teens: The Awesome Beginner’s Guide to Programming” is a highly entertaining, full-color textbook that teaches teens and pre-teens the basics of computer programming without any parent or teacher involvement required!
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Wow, so many of my readers have been wanting to know MORE about the current (Win over $5,000 in educational products) giveaway and about the upcoming sale, so here’s the scoop (at least what I can tell you right now)…
First, remember that if you have entered the giveaway you can win everything! The total value is $5,204. If you haven’t entered, enter now.
I can’t tell you all the fine print details (yet) but this is what I can tell you…
There are 20 BUNDLES + Build Your Own options this year and the savings are going to be 86-96% off retail!
Here are the type of bundles:
* 3 Early Learning Bundles
* 3 Elementary Bundles
* 2 Upper Grades Bundles
* Charlotte Mason Bundle
* Fine Arts Bundle
* Unit Studies Bundle
* Character Bundle
* Thematic Unit Bundle
* Special Needs Bundle
* Brother & Sister Bundle
* Parenting Bundle
* Homemaking Bundle
* A Mystery Bundle
Here are some of the publishers that have products in bundles:
* Fun Learning Ideas
* Sicily’s Heart & Home
* Townsley Times
* Sound Reading
* Homeschool Complete
* Living Montessori Now
* EdZone Publishing
* Teaching Me Joy
* Classical Copywork
* The Mystery of History
* Enrichment Studies
* Powerline Productions
* Maestro Classics
* Skill Trek
* Readers Publications
* Guest Hollow
* Let’s Go Geograhy
* The Homeschool Scientist
…and there are more!
I wish I could tell you more but I can’t just yet…MORE TO COME!
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This is the first part of a growing set of U.S. Geography resources that I creating and offering on my website CHSH-Teach and TPT…
Geography – Regions of the U.S. – Northeast Region – Informational Text and Worksheets
This Regions of the U.S. Geography resource is centered on the Northeast Region and contains textbook style informational text and related student worksheets with answer keys. Students will enjoy learning about this region studying the categories of
Land and Water
Products and Natural Resources
Culture and Food
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The informational text worksheets begin with an anticipation activity section followed by questions that students will answer about each category. The last is a fun ‘unscramble’ the state names worksheet.
Because the United States can be divided up into different regions, I’ve designed this resource to follow the regions as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. The resource shows the states in the Northeast as being Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont
This BUNDLE contains 2 reindeer themed downloads and is PERFECT for December!
Learning about Reindeer Cross-Curricular Unit:
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Students will have fun learning all about reindeer when using this unit! Includes reading comprehension, student worksheets, venn diagrams where students can compare/contrast reindeer/white-tailed deer/caribou, write paragraphs using their research, write an acrostic poem, map work and more.
Reindeer Craft – Large Template:
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Just print and give to students! Thick lines surround each section of the reindeer template. Students simply color, cut, assemble and glue and the finished reindeer will stand 17″ tall! Use in a creative center and allow students to take home or use to decorate your classroom or even the walls of the school!
Veterans Day is an official United States public holiday, observed annually on November 11, that honors military veterans; that is, persons who served in the United States Armed Forces. It is a celebration to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.
Here is a FREE Veterans Day Freebie from CHSH-Teach.com that is designed to help your children and students focus their attention on a veteran that they personally know (or perhaps a family member that has passed).
Math Mammoth Light Blue Series constitutes a full elementary mathematics curriculum for grades 1-7.
Some of the main features of the curriculum are:
It is mastery-oriented and organized into chapters by topics. Thus, in each chapter the curriculum concentrates on one theme and its connecting topics (such as place value, multiplication, or geometry). Each grade level typically contains 8-10 chapters.
The curriculum focuses strongly on conceptual understanding.
Visual models and exercises are used a lot.
Mental math and number sense are emphasized.
The curriculum is nearly self-teaching for many children, since the full explanations of concepts are included in the student books. Thus it requires fairly little preparation time from the teacher.
The curriculum meets and exceeds the Common Core Standards.
3 Winners – Math Mammoth Light Blue Series
(Choice of grades 1-7)
FREE: Fall – Acorn Single Line Paper
12 Autumn / Fall – Acorn themed paper designs: 6 b/w and 6 color.
How can you use this download?
* Use for any subject or any writing project.
* Students will love to publish their work using these designs.
* Create beautiful bulletin boards full of student work.
* Use to create classroom newsletters.
* Add a Fall touch to letters home.
Planning a study on the human circulatory system? Let CHSH-Teach.com help!
The Circulatory System
The circulatory system is a vast network of organs and vessels that is responsible for the flow of blood, nutrients, hormones, oxygen and other gases to and from cells. Without the circulatory system, the body would not be able to fight disease or maintain a stable internal environment — such as proper temperature and pH — known as homeostasis. Circulatory system, also known as the cardiovascular system, as simply a highway for blood, it is made up of three independent systems that work together: the heart (cardiovascular); lungs (pulmonary); and arteries, veins, coronary and portal vessels (systemic) In the average human, about 2,000 gallons (7,572 liters) of blood travel daily through about 60,000 miles (96,560 kilometers) of blood vessels. An average adult has 5 to 6 quarts (4.7 to 5.6 liters) of blood, which is made up of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. In addition to blood, the circulatory system moves lymph, which is a clear fluid that helps rid the body of unwanted material. The heart, blood, and blood vessels make up the cardiovascular component of the circulatory system. It includes the pulmonary circulation, a “loop” through the lungs where blood is oxygenated. It also incorporates the systemic circulation, which runs through the rest of the body to provide oxygenated blood.
The heart, is defined as a pump that is responsible for the continuous blood flow through the blood vessels. This vital organ is the size of a human fist, and is lies in the middle of the chest and slightly towards the left of the breastbone. The heart is enclosed in the pericardium which is a double layer, and it is protected by the rib cage. Basically, our blood is pumped through a network of vessels that is approximately 75,000 miles, and the excess body fat increases the workload of the heart by adding about 200 miles of capillaries. A mature heart pumps an average of 4,000 gallons a day.
The human heart has four pumping chambers the two located at the upper region are called auricles (also called atriums) and the other two are located further down, are called ventricles. Blood flows from large veins into the auricles, which contract to force it into the ventricles. When the ventricles contract, blood is involuntary push out though large arteries to commence its journey. The two auricles are separated by a divider called a septum, as are two ventricles, so the two heart is essentially a dual pump, with the left and right sides forming completely distinct blood pathways. The right side of the heart takes blood from the body and pumps into the lungs. Blood moves from the right side of the heart to the lungs through the pulmonary arteries. The left side takes the blood from the lungs, and pumps it directly to the body. Valves in the heart and veins avoid blood from moving in the wrong direction as the organ alternately pumps and relaxes.
System of blood vessels includes arteries, veins and capillaries. The arteries transport blood away from the heart and veins bring blood toward the heart. Blood moves from the right side of the heart to the lungs through pulmonary arteries and returns to the left side of the heart through the pulmonary veins. The left side of the heart pumps blood into an artery aorta this leads other arteries like highways. Capillaries are the smallest of the blood vessels are at the end of the supply line they receive and distribute the goods. Capillary walls are so thin that molecules of oxygen and nutrients pass right through into the cells and molecules of carbon dioxide and other waste products pass from the cells into the blood. Then when is through with the delivery and taking on a new load of waste products blood flows into tiny veins in turn lead to larger veins on the return trip to the heart.
The blood consists of a liquid called plasma, solid material, red cells, white cells, and platelets.
This brings nutrients to the cells and carries away waste materials. It contains hormones this control many activities in the body and fibrinogen helps the blood to clot.
Plasma is just a liquid portion within our body blood, as we know this is something that can be donated and it reproduces itself as the days go by.
Red Blood Cells
Are the most abundant solid material in human blood with about 5 million of them in each milliliter. Red blood cells pick up oxygen from the lungs and deliver it to the cells of the body and is exchanged for carbon dioxide then return the carbon dioxide to the lungs to be exhaled. The blood gets its red color from an iron compound called hemoglobin is contained in the red blood cells and which is responsible for their ability to transport oxygen. Each red blood cell has a life span of about 120 days. During that time, they make approximately 75,000 round trips from the heart to other parts of the body. Also, Red blood cells can be located in marrow, within the hallow bones.
White Blood Cells
Are larger but much less numerous than red blood cells. Colorless and spherical in shape, irregular protrusions, and defend the body against infection and disease. White blood cells (WBCs), also called leukocytes or leucocytes, are the cells of the immune system that are involved in protecting the body against both infectious disease and foreign invaders.
Are colorless, irregularly shaped, and even smaller than the red blood cells. It give off a chemical that reacts with fibrinogen in plasma to cause clotting when exposed to the air at a wound site.
Works very close with the circulatory system of the blood. As blood moves through capillaries around the body cells white blood cells pass through the capillary walls and move among the cells collecting harmful bacteria and other disease-causing organisms. Some of the blood plasma seeps through also flows freely among the cells bathing them with nutrients and picking up waste materials some white cells go along with other matter in the plasma.
The nodes it is a concentration of white blood cells that kill harmful bacteria that might have been picked up from the cells by the lymph. The lymph is filtered and purified before being returned to the blood.
Is to supply the body with oxygen and to discard carbon dioxide which is product of cells. Blood transports oxygen from the lungs to the cells of the body and transport carbon dioxide back to the lungs to be exhaled.
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