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Adopt an Acre of Rainforest
Prep for Earth Day with this project-based activity in which students learn about the effects of deforestation and educate others in the community. Does your class want to adopt an acre?
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Car Survival Kits
This is a reading activity that helps students relate to events in a story to their own lives. Check out Ms. Dziak's tip to see if it can motivate your reluctant readers.
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Character Plotting
Ms. Postman’s primary school competes in a yearly Behavior Bowl. Read about how classes collect football points for good behavior and drive the field for touchdowns, treats and a school-wide celebration.
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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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Class History Book
This year-long current events project helps teach students collaboration and information gathering skills, and at the end of the year they have a class history book that documents the year in news
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Comparing Poems
Now that some standardized tests have a poetry component, Ms. Robson's school adds a twist to learning about poems. Read about her tip and see if it can work for you!
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Cooking Party
Ms. Hardman hosts an after school cooking party, a voluntary activity that not only produces a yummy snack but also promotes non-verbal communication - all questions and answers must be conveyed with hand gestures or written on the chalkboard.
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Cooperative Groups
Ms. Horner's tip not only helps keep students on task, it teaches them responsibility and accountability. See if her tip can work for you!
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Counting Combinatorics
In Mr. Braun's class, math learners get down to a good ol' game of cards to introduce them to an adanced unit. See if his tip can work for you!
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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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