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Adventures with Freddie
Here's a creative tip to help foster creative thinking, writing, and geography skills for younger learners. And, according to Ms. Brock, students love this activity!
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African American Artists
For Black History Month or all year 'round: a meaningful tip that taps students' creativity while they learn about African American history, art, socail studies, and a world of other cross-curricular possibilities
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After School Video Experience
Pop the pop corn, relax, and check out this advice forsSocial studes and history students to keep learning after the school day is done with this tip from Ms. Priest.
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Beach Ball Toss
This kinesthetic learning game will help young students better understand the physical makeup of the Earth. They’ll learn land-water ratio, the names of continents and more – and have a ball doing it.
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Best Past President
Ms. Kast and her students plan a mock election and debate over who was the best past U.S. president. Learn how she leads her class through the election process and teaches her students the steps to selecting the best President.
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Cemetery Studies
Plan a day-long field trip to a local cemetery. Find out Ms. Prather uses this fun Halloween outing to teach about local history and community.
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Class Constitution
Almost a decade ago Congress passed an obscure law requiring schools that receive federal funds to educate students about the Constitution during Constitution Week. Here’s a practical idea for codifying classroom rules that fits the bill.
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Class History Book
This year-long current events project helps teach students collaboration and information gathering skills, and at the end of the year they have a class history book that documents the year in news
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Computer Timelines
Learning about timelines can be a year 'round activity! See how Mr. Bloom's tip not only invovled the lesson but gives each student a memento of the school year to take home on the last day
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Current Events
Having trouble keeping your current events curriculum current? Enlist your students! See how Ms. Roberts gets students involved, learning, and sharing the day's headlines.
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