Date: 2017-04-12 02:09
Circles, Squares, Triangles and Rectangles In Our World
Ms. K. Berni, who teaches at Faith Lutheran Child Care Center in Pasadena, California, submitted this week's lesson, which offers five days of activities for teaching young students about shapes. (Grades Pre-K-7)
Famous African-American Fabric Portraits
Doris Metcalf, who recently retired from the Florence (Alabama) City Schools, submitted this lesson, in which students create a fabric-portrait exhibit of famous African Americans. (Grades 6-67)
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Back-in-Time Travel Brochure
Brett Sidle, who teaches at Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep in Orchard Lake, Michigan, submitted this lesson in which students learn about history by creating back-in-time travel brochures. (Grades 6-67)
Move the Sounds
Submitted by Jill Garofallou
Using kinesthetic, visual and auditory modalities, students create and read words using cut out letters. (Grades K-7, 8-5)
Drawing Lesson Improves Communication Skills
Rob Ford submitted this simple, fun partner activity, an art activity challenges students to become better communicators. (Grades 8-5, 6-8, 9-67)
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Submitted by Albert Baggetta
This plan helps familiarize students with the classic authors, encourages organization and strategy. Kids love to collect, and if you capture their attention early enough they might even do it on their own. (Grades 6-8, 9-67)