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April 20, 2019

Here in Maryland, we are coming up on the end of Spring Break for our students. While there are plenty of opportunities to expand on our skills during the school year, we are also looking forward to our Summer Institute at Reach Every Voice!

 

This month we have one of our "meatier" lessons with a lot of content about a woman who is a favorite around REV - Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg! It may be better for students with a good tolerance for information. 
 

We've also got a salivating lesson on the history of pizza and an interesting lesson on the Mandela Effect. There is a two-choice lesson on the science behind why we hear buzzing from bees. For those that love comics or superheroes there is a lesson on Batwoman from our #actuallyautistic curriculum writer, Dustin!

 

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:

  • Batwoman

  • The Notorious R.B.G. - Ruth Bader Ginsburg

  • History of Pizza

  • What is the Mandela Effect?

  • Why do Bees Buzz? (a two-choice lesson)

 

A DC Comics original, learn all about the origins of Batwoman and how she is making a huge comeback to the comic books and television screen. Written by our #actuallyautistic curriculum developer, Dustin. 

 

Learn all about the second woman elected to the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg A.K.A. The Notorious RBG. This is a lesson with a lot of content, which may be best for students with a good tolerance for information. 

 

Prepare your tastebuds as you learn about the humble beginnings of pizza to what is now a widely loved food. 

 

 

 

When a person remembers something that didn't happen, it's considered a false memory. When many people share the same false memory, it's blamed on the Mandela Effect. Learn about this phenomenon and why it's named after Nelson Mandela.

 

 

 

In this two-choice lesson, learn all about why we hear a buzz when bees fly by. You will also learn how bees use this buzzing to help communicate with each other. 

 

Looking for more?  Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!