What's more fun than searching for pictures in an "I Spy" type of collage? Making one yourself and then "trying it out" on your friends! You'll find complete directions and a student's finished product here.
Be a spelling slueth! Find words within big words. Make new words from the letters of big words. These tasks are a blast! Only takes a little time, but involves a whole lot of learning!
How do you introduce color recognition and color names? Do you focus the "basic 8"? Would you like your students (even the youngest)to expand their perception of color?
These are fun and easy ideas you can share with the kids!
If you're thinking about converting from desks to tables, here's a few ideas for you!
Start the new school year off with this positive ice breaker. No age limits!!!!
Don't you sometimes wish that you could "freeze time"? What is meant by "Turn Over A New Leaf"? These beginning and end of the year activities may have your students finding answers to these questions!
Calm Down Button, Better Behavior Button, Think About it Button, Best Behavior Button, Be Nice Button....whatever you want to call it.....it worked! Classroom behavior problems? You might want to try this!
Use any of 3 options to make an authentic log cabin with wrapping paper cardboard tubes or paper towel cardboard tubes as your main building supplies! Dfferentiated options are appropriate for grades 3-6.
Aloha! Make Hawaiian leis out of plastic bags!
Get the whole family involved in these fun times word games. It only takes a minute to play. It only takes a few minutes to make using plastic containers that would otherwise be thrown out!
Subtraction in action!!! Make a subtraction machine from a recycled plastic container. Subtract plastic from the environment and do the math!
Get your kids involved in an Earth Day make and GIVE project.
Let's shake them up with our easy to make dice rollers...no muss, no fuss, cleaner environment.
Earth Day Train of Ideas.......need some ideas?.....Help yourself here and please add more of your own in the comments section of the post.
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