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Balanced Behavior
Ms. Carroll tracks the collective behavior of her entire classroom by balancing the good against the bad, literally. She uses an actual balance scale. It’s a great visual reminder and helps students see their progress towards a positive reward.
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Career Research Project
Being prepared to go out into the job market is an invalable skill for high school students. Ms. Jeffress has a tip that's actaully reauried in her school. Read about it and see it it can work at yours!
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Electronic Pen Pals
Here's a fun way to foster releationships between younger and older students. See how these educators are briging the age gap at their school.
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Element Relationships
Who’s that sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G? Your middle school students decide in this fun activity in which they profile an element from the Periodic Table, then write a love letter to a compatible element.
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End-of-the-Year Activity
With this fun letter-writing activity, Ms. Ryan’s students reinforce writing skills they learned throughout the year and establish connections with students in other classes.
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Food Drive
I ask people to donate food, time or money to their local food bank during the month of May. My students write letters, give formal presentations and speeches in order to motivate people to donate. Se...
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I Learned Letters
I help parents connect with their child's school experience by having the students write a letter to their parents each week on the back of my classroom newsletter. In the beginning of the year, the s...
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Internet Exchange Concert
Our band is going to have an Internet Exchange Concert this year. The student band officers are emailing other band directors in the area to arrange for an exchange concert. The students have a form l...
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Letters to and from Students
To encourage any age student to communicate in writing, I have a small rural mailbox in my classroom in which the children can 'mail' a letter to me. The letters can be about anything, for example: a ...
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Letters to Santa
This holiday writing project matches high school students with first graders. Younger students write letters to Santa Claus, while older students assist them with their writing and then answer those letters.
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