A comparison of two world cities leads to a pictorial and written report.
Investigate customs, traditions, child-rearing practices, ways of making a living, education and socialization practices, gender roles, foods, natural resources, weather, religious and spiritual beliefs, and other distinctive characteristics of two cities anywhere in the world. Find pictures of both historic and contemporary architecture from these cities. Organize your information in a comparative written study.
Make two nighttime skylines, one for each city. Use Crayola® Scissors to cut colored construction paper into shapes resembling historic and modern buildings.
Place buildings on a large piece of black construction paper. Overlap and stagger the buildings in both skylines. Use Crayola School Glue to attach. Dry.
Add details to buildings using black Crayola Markers for a darkened, nighttime effect.
With a partner, identify similarities and differences in your skylines.
Study voting rights then create a "Wanted" poster focusing on a famous suffragist.
Honor women who helped to shape our world. Create a place for great leaders at history’s table.
Words count! Discover the power of words in poetry such as Maya Angelou’s Life Doesn’t Frighten Me. Then create a change
Think about careers! Picture where and how you'd like to work and whom you'd like to work with.
Did the horses escape from a sunken ship? Could it have been pirates? Discover what happens on this annual pony drive, m
Focus on feelings in facial expressions as you draw in the comic book style of Roy Lichtenstein.
Plan an imaginary cruise, using maps, studying other languages, and drawing scenes from your trip.
How are elections held? What do government leaders do? Begin with a briefcase that opens up new branches of learning.
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