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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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Adopting Classroom Pets
My classroom animals make even reluctant students want to engage. I’ve found that fostering classroom pets rather than owning them is the way to go. I have an arboreal salamander...
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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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Free Virtual Literature Circles
My students have been using a variety of free technology tools for work on their virtual literature circles.
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Friends Around the World
Ms. Anderson has a fun way to spend April in Paris with her first graders. She creates a Friends around the World unit in which they read a story set in Paris, create a paper doll character and plan what she should pack in her paper suitcase.
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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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iPhone and iPad App Reviews
Ms. Klinger has an innovative idea for teaching practical reading and writing skills. Students try and write review of new educational apps for iPhones and iPads. They are excited to learn new technology and surprised by the new skills they develop.
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Spanish and Technology
I've started offering a new one-semester elective to 8th graders this year. It combines Spanish with technology and uses four themes for project-based units.
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Students Prepare a Thanksgiving Feast for Their Parents
Ms. Wilson’s project-based learning activity incorporates science, social studies and math activities, plus a field trip to the store. Kids have fun learning, and parents reap the rewards.
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