Happy First Day of Spring! On this Spring Equinox, we've got a variety of lessons for you. There is an informative lesson on money management that covers budgeting, planning, and goal setting. There is also a look into Mayan culture with a lesson about their creation story, the Popol Vuh. We also highlight famous American poet Walt Whitman. You can find a new split-stencil lesson on Hypatia, one of the first female mathematicians in the world. If you are looking for a hot topic, we learn about how the impeachment process works in our last lesson of the month.
Don't forget to take a look at our lesson library for many more options!
Here's what is new in our library this month:
Popol Vuh (Mayan creation story)
How Does the Impeachment Process Work?
Who is Hypatia? (designed for making choices or using split-alphabet stencil)
A lesson on money management! Goal setting, planning, budgeting, fixed expenses, and flexible expenses are all covered in this lesson.
The Popol Vuh is the creation story of the ancient Maya. Learn about the history of the Maya and the story of the Hero Twins, the basis of the Popol Vuh.
What does impeaching the President mean? How does it work? Learn the ins and outs of how the process of impeachment works and why it is intentionally difficult for it to happen.
Walt Whitman was one of the first great American poets. His writing has inspired generations and his work is still widely read today.
In this split-stencil lesson, you will learn about philosopher, scientist, and mathematician Hypatia. Living in Ancient Egypt, she was well known during her life for her teachings but became a legend through her unfortunate death.
Looking for more? Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!