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A Purpose to Read
Through a service learning grant I was able to purchase hard cover story books for my students to read aloud during story time at the local library. Three students read on a Saturday morning once a mo...
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Absent Students II
One of the things I hate dealing with is parents and little brothers and sisters coming in at the end of the day wanting the missed homework for an ill student. The way I deal with this is to have a s...
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Baby Books
My class and I decided to create books about child development and literacy for families to take home from the hospital with their new babies. First graders with whom we'd been working created the cov...
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Best Buddies
Why not get students involved in the Best Buddies Organization, which is nation-wide? Not only do students become more involved with handicapped students but it also serves as community service hours....
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Elementary School Student Council
In response to the teacher looking for help with a student council, some words of advice. Having the principal on board is most important, so speak to your principal for his or her ideas. They are you...
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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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Fox in Socks
We are combining our numerous reading activities, gym games and art projects with a Giving Tree project. Our student council is placing miniature paper socks on an artificial tree in our school lobby....
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Giving at Thanksgiving
This arts and crafts project doubles as a community service project, helping students learn about Native Americans and the spirit of giving.
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Going Green
We use the laminating machine at our school quite often, and there is a lot of scrap plastic that is cut off and tossed in the trash.
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Heartfelt Help for Haiti
Our students created a school project called Heats for Haiti and raised $1,193.55, which they donated to the Red Cross. Our school staff...
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