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Adopt an Acre of Rainforest
Prep for Earth Day with this project-based activity in which students learn about the effects of deforestation and educate others in the community. Does your class want to adopt an acre?
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Celebrating the Five Senses
This to teach or review the 5 senses can be used with any primary grades, preschool, and perhaps even elementary students.
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Cheesecloth Ghosts
Your elementary students will love this Halloween craft activity. All you need is cheesecloth, small gourds, wax paper and glue; then follow Ms. Hlavin’s directions for this spooky delight.
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Chemistry Moles
Here's a tip for chemistry teachers wanting to get their students interested in the measurement unit mole (6x10^23 particles). Every year as I begin the unit dealing with moles, I hand out a pattern f...
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Chinese New Year
I celebrate the Chinese New Year with my class. We eat food with chopsticks such as lo mein that can be scooped up holding the sticks like a fork. Dumplings or wonton can be speared for those not yet ...
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Color Mixing with Frosting
For a fun, hands-on activity on the subject of color mixing, I divide a can of vanilla frosting into three containers and then mix each with one of the three primary colors (red, blue, yellow). Then I...
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Colored Glue
Sometimes it’s difficult for young children to see where glue was applied especially on a white background. Here’s a colorful solution that will stop excess glue seepage and cut down on waste.
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Cooking Party
Ms. Hardman hosts an after school cooking party, a voluntary activity that not only produces a yummy snack but also promotes non-verbal communication - all questions and answers must be conveyed with hand gestures or written on the chalkboard.
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Easy Chocolate Gift
Ms. Junkin, a food and nutrition teacher, has an idea for holiday a gift. Without making promises about calories, we can say that it is fast (only 5 minutes of baking), easy (only a few ingredients) and delicious (trust us).
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Food and Spelling
At the end of each grading period, I use a spelling list of food words. I put the words on the board on Monday and give an assignment that uses 15 of the 25 words. The assignment is due on Friday when...
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