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"Sense"ible Heart Art
You will "heart" Ms. Postman's creative way to introduce even the youngest learners to the five senses, while they create a sweet piece of art for Valentine's Day.
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A HyperStudio Book Report Project
Here's a tip that invovles interdisciplary lessons around the reading of one book. Learn more about Ms. Thatcher's "HyperStudio Book Report Project" and how it works for her.
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Advertising Books with Posters
Find out how Ms. Flowers helped students create a school-wide advertising campaign for reading. The whole school got involved, and the hallways and her class bulletin board look all the better for it.
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African American Artists
For Black History Month or all year 'round: a meaningful tip that taps students' creativity while they learn about African American history, art, socail studies, and a world of other cross-curricular possibilities
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Boards to Share
Keeping your bulletin board current can be so time consuming. Here's a great tip to keep it fresh with very little effort!
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Book Bag Report
This tip takes the ordinary book report assignment to a whole new level. See how this educator incorporates more learning elements than just a written review to create a deeper learning experience for her readers.
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Cards for Family
Ms. Rochwick creates a fantasy holiday shopping spree for her kindergartners. Using gift brochures, magazine catalogues and other direct mail pieces, her students shop for gifts and use pictures to create a keepsake for parents or other loved ones.
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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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Children's Handprints
We're all familiar with the turkey handprint for Thanksgiving, but Ms. Murphy says the handprint can be used EVERY month's theme! Read about her tip here!
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City Math
While studying geometry, students create a three-dimensional model city. Students have specific design and planning responsibilities and are required to use geometric shapes and angles to build and describe their imaginary city.
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