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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Ms. Kast takes photos of her students throughout the year and uses the pictures to measure their progress. Read about how each student mounts the pictures and writes their descriptions, memories and reactions about each photo in the yearbook.
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Agenda Books
We use agenda books to communicate with parents. The book is formatted so the children can copy their assignments for each day and teachers/parents can write a short note. This book goes home every da...
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Assignment Books
“I use assignment books not only to remind students of their homework and test dates, but also to help parents keep abreast of what is going on in their child's classroom. Each student receives a new ...
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Baby Books
Ms. Raasch’s high school students collaborate with first graders on a community service project that benefits new mothers. Students practice book making and information gather skills, and learn the importance of good parenting.
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Book Binding
In our class we produce at least one class generated book a week. Tired and frustrated with rebinding the little plastic loops on our well-read stories, I now use metal index rings (the kind that hing...
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Cinquain Poems Art Project
When her classes finish standardized testing, Ms. Sturgeon likes to do an engaging, project-based learning activity. Her class writes cinquain poems about their favorite animals and paints their creations in the style of illustrator Eric Carle.
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Class Autobiographies
Ms. Pitchford shares a unique book-making activity that will help student teachers get to know you and your students quickly, help them feel welcome, and enable them to hit the ground running from day one.
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Class Generated Books
My students make numerous class generated books throughout the year. On the last day of school, I allow the students to choose one of the books to take home. The collective books make nice mementos fo...
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Class Photographer
When my students are chosen as Star of the Week they also become the class photographer. I bought an inexpensive camera to use that can be replaced if broken. The class photographer brings in a roll o...
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Create an Auto-Booklet
Fight Spring Fever and re-engage your students with a bookmaking project centered on their favorite subject: themselves! Kate shares ways you can harness their energy productively and refine their language arts skills at the same time.
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