If you’re attracted to the idea of studying with the backdrop of a grand classical building, MIT has you covered with Building 10 (pictured above), complete with the iconic Great Dome.
This is a seriously fun way to learn the locations of countries, capitals, landmarks and more. With levels, time limits, and even proximity readouts, this game will make your students approach geography in a whole new way.
collaborative project. Kandinsky inspiration. Start with one basic shape, connect with lines, add color.
3rd - 5th grade. Glue outline with chalk pastel colors. Love the sunflowers but you could try other subjects. Sea creatures?
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Mr. Potato Head Building Variation. Take pictures of Potato Heads with an iPad. Students can scroll through pictures to choose Potato Head. Have the students make matching potato heads. Goals - requesting, WH questions, describing, sentence building
This would be a good project to go along with the book.. have the pieces of the tree traced (also I could use to assess cutting skills)!
Whoa. These are amazing. This might be a good group project and keep for display in the school. Art in the Big Green Room: 5th grade Polyhedrons
Create a Fall Nature Tray -- a simple activity that encourages kids to look at the science & natural changes of the season!