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Bury “Can’t Lists” in Class Funeral
This fourth-grade teacher developed an inspirational outdoor activity for the first day of school in which students literally and metaphorically bury their self-doubt and plant the seeds of a positive attitude.
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Counting Birds
Ms. Daniel’s class participates in a birding event in which her students count birds, draw pictures, and write stories. The event is coordinated online, where students can enter results of their counting and submit photos.
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Imaginary Animals
Here's what we did Friday, a beautiful fall day. We went outside for 10 minutes to walk around the building. Each person had to collect a handful of colorful leaves, pine needles, twigs, and mum bloss...
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Listening and Thinking
Mr. Edwards came up with a clever way to hone students' listening skills. Best of all, it's a game, and students sometimes aren't even aware of the valuable listening lesson they learn from it.
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Musical Fun
Ms. Ameigh is a music teacher, so she uses this tip/game specifically for music learning. Read more about its cross-curricular potential, and see if her tip can work for you!
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Nature Bracelets
Here's a creative learning activity Ms. Gardner does with her class to commemorate the beauty of the fall season. Best of all, you can make it an outdoor activity if you choose.
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Plant Sale Project
Ms. Graff’s project-based learning activity incorporates science, writing and math, as students grow varieties of plants from cuttings, seeds and bulbs. There are several payoffs, but a great Mother’s Day gift might be the best.
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Special Friday
The final Friday of each month is special because students are allowed to get creative, kinesthetically. Small group of students plan an outdoor activity that complements and supports a recent reading selection.
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To Space and Back
To prevent winter doldrums, we are participating in the NASA cloud cover project. The CERES satellite passes...
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