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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic about 25 million students across the country are attending school from home.  Parents and guardians, many of whom are working from home, are juggling parenting, housework, and teaching simultaneously. Victory is in a unique position to fill a need in our community by combining our educational content development skills with our ability to move to a remote-learning environment. Here, you will find lessons written by Victory editors in their specific fields that you can do with children. The lessons are

• engaging and fun for students and adults
• hands-on
• easily completed using household or easily obtained materials
• broken down into short  segments
grade appropriate and aligned to the CCSS and NGSS 
• safe
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How the flu pandemics compare

How the flu pandemics compare

By Shawn Downes, English Language Arts editor Back in 1918, social distancing helped flatten the curve to allow life to return to normal. On Nov. 11, 1918, World War I officially ended. Many people were celebrating as one of the worst wars the world had ever seen came to a close. However, just as the…

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What Do Plants Need To Grow?

What Do Plants Need To Grow?

By Morgan Turano, science editor Grades 2 & 3 Science experiment: For students More in this series If you want to help your child, use our version for guardians. Part 1 Introduction What do plants need to grow? Do they need water? Do they need sunlight? How can we know? We can do some tests.…

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Lesson 3: Proportional Relationships

Lesson 3: Proportional Relationships

By Michael Avidon, math editor Graphs: For Students More in this series Lesson 1. Lesson 2. If you want to help your child, use our version for guardians. Performance Expectations (CCSS) This lesson covers the following parts of 7.RP.A.2: Recognize and represent proportional relationships between quantities. a. Decide whether two quantities are in a proportional…

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Los felices años veinte

Los felices años veinte

By Shawn Downes, ELA editor Grade Band: K–2 La década de 1920 es conocida como “los felices años veinte”. También se les llama “los locos años veinte”. Esta década comenzó hace 100 años. Fue un momento muy emocionante en Estados Unidos En ese tiempo ocurrieron muchos cambios. La gente cambió su lugar de trabajo. Se…

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Lesson 2: Proportional relationships

Lesson 2: Proportional relationships

By Michael Avidon, math editor Equations: For Students More in this series Lesson 1. Lesson 3. If you want to help your child, use our version for guardians. Performance Expectations (CCSS) This lesson covers the following parts of 7.RP.A.2: Recognize and represent proportional relationships between quantities. Identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in ……

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Making a Solar Cooker (For Students)

Making a Solar Cooker (For Students)

By Morgan Turano, science editor Part 1 Have you ever opened a car door on a hot summer day? You may have noticed that inside the car was hotter than outside the car. In fact, inside a closed car can get much hotter than it is outside. On a sunny day the inside of a…

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Introduction to Probability

Introduction to Probability

By Michael Avidon, math editor For Students: Performance Expectations (CCSS) This lesson addresses the following Common Core State Standard (CCSS) for Grade 7: 7.SP.C.5: Understand that the probability of a chance event is a number between 0 and 1 that expresses the likelihood of the event occurring. Larger numbers indicate greater likelihood. A probability near…

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Lesson 1: Decimal Expansions of Rational Numbers

Lesson 1: Decimal Expansions of Rational Numbers

By Michael Avidon, math editor For Students: Performance Expectations (CCSS) This lesson addresses the following Common Core State Standard (CCSS) for Grade 8: 8.NS.A.1: Know that numbers that are not rational are called irrational. Understand informally that every number has a decimal expansion; for rational numbers show that the decimal expansion repeats eventually, and convert…

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