by Sabrina Pangelinan & Lauryn Nakashima For our post, we are doing a “Name That Island” review, meant for fourth graders, where the student will need to drag the corresponding name to the correct island in the picture. This is meant to be a review where as a class, we have learned where the islands […]
Target Student Audience: Freshmen Lesson Goals: Being able to differentiate between Abiotic and Biotic factors How would you use it with students: Use it as an introduction to a unit before we dive deeper.
This is a co-post by Lauren Alvarez and Audrey Muller. This activity is aimed towards kindergarten or first grade classes. It focuses on basic parts of speech including nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Students will have three multiple choice questions followed by a fun final one about parts of speech relating to the book If You […]
Through this activity, students can learn how their emotions affect others. By interacting with the different behavioral options, students will develop a further understanding of the consequences that may occur as a result of different behaviors. Aimed at 3rd grade students, the choices are relatively simple. Our hope is that students will be able to […]
post by: Amy Huang and Rylee Seekins This is a quiz to test third-graders on their knowledge of the steps to PEMDAS. Since the teacher can’t see how well they do, this would be used for more like a way for students to review the topic themselves rather than be used as a formal assessment.
This is a co-post by: Ysabelle Saguin and Caroline Halvorson Target Student Audience: 2nd grade class Lesson goals: Students will explore the book and its world through links to external resources Students can each have a copy with the links and access the material on their individual devices or could be used as a whole […]
By Katie and Sydney This activity could be used in a middle school class to help make students aware of their misconceptions regarding the topic of evolution. This activity would fall at the beginning of a evolution unit, in order for the students and the teacher to have an indication of where students are prior […]
In this lesson students will learn about the four seasons, and how they are similar and different from each other. This will be an introductory lesson before going into depth about each season. This lesson uses visual aids to guide students during the beginning steps of the activity. Visuals prompt student imagination, creativity, and ideas […]
When working with young students, it is important to teach them the concept of teamwork and working together! Teamwork is a skill that everyone needs in the future, so teaching students at a young age about working together is very beneficial. With teaching the students about teamwork, we can show them that by working with other people, they can get new ideas, and even finish their work faster! By showing students the importance of teamwork at a young age, they will be able to learn a lifelong lesson that they can carry on into adulthood. […]
Visual Thinking Strategies Activity I used Creative Commons to find these images of the different California missions. I specifically found photos featuring the main buildings so that students can compare the images. Students will use their prior knowledge of the missions and descriptive language to describe each of them. They will practice their writing skills […]
Unfortunately, bullying and cyberbullying is still present in our classrooms today. It is an important issue that teachers must address because it can seriously affect the well-being of a student. We need to create environments that make our students feel comfortable and safe. I believe discussing this topic will build awareness of what bullying/cyberbullying is, […]
Below are three images of different animals that live in the sea. -What are a few differences or similarities you notice between these animals? -What other animals live in the sea? -Can fish, and other animals, breathe underwater? Image Sources: Sea turtle Killer whale Jellyfish Featured image