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5-Minute Diagrams
This review game is quick, non-threatening and fun. Best of all is that it doesn’t require any preparation or grading! Read about this technique that works for almost any grade or subject matter.
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Beach Ball Toss
This kinesthetic learning game will help young students better understand the physical makeup of the Earth. They’ll learn land-water ratio, the names of continents and more – and have a ball doing it.
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Bedroom Maps
Ms. Block has a unique activity that introduces the concepts and basic elements of mapmaking and that’s based on a subject very close to home. Students’ maps become part of classroom game and the centerpiece of a decorative bulletin board.
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Breakfast Graphs
In September, we define a 'good' breakfast and talk about how important it is to start our day. Each morning I ask how many students had a 'good' breakfast and we make a line graph to show how many 'g...
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Chalk Graphs
I use a handwriting line marker, the handle with the slots to fit chalk, to make my graphs on the chalkboard. I make three horizontal sets of lines and then three sets of vertical lines. This makes an...
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Charting Math Fact Progress
Mr. Bloom challenges each of his students to improve their individual scores each time they take a math facts test. Read about how his students practice chart and graph skills as they work to score higher with each test.
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Family Maps
Ms. Shogren puts her students on the map! Read about how she breaks the ice at the start of school by marking where her students traveled during the summer or where their family members live on a large map.
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Floor Maps
Our social studies curriculum requires us to reach a unit on Africa so that our children become aware of the needs of people throughout the world. To assist with geography skills...
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Geography Skills
The first week of class, my students sketch the world on 11x17 inch paper. In order to do this, they may use only their existing knowledge of world geography...
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Graphing Gingerbread
I read the traditional story of the gingerbread boy to my students and we listen to it on tape. After they've heard that, I read them The Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett. As a follow up activity, the ch...
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