Tips for students who have given up or shut down. Definitely something to pin now, read later.
Fairies in a jar: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake
"Hunger Games" FREE Would You Rather Questions
"If I Lived in a Snow Globe..." Winter writing prompt.
Conversation Jenga. Should do this with reading comprehension questions.
Grammar activity after reading "How The Grinch Stole Christmas". I just think this would be a great activity for any book... to work in small groups.
Some children need extra work on certain behavior problems that cause them to lose some of their self-control. This helps kids take a time out from trying situations, use inside voices, think about choices before responding to parents, siblings and teachers, and how to think about feelings and emotions.
A great thing about this project is it is JUST acrylic paint black Sharpies (love me some Sharpies) and scrap booking paper (Oh, and prepared canvases, Modge Podge and a Cricut machine) I think the last 3 items add a little cost - don't you wish schools had Cricuts? Ellison Machines just aren't the same but could do in a pinch.
Teaching Blog Addict: can't fail art project
First hang up a white sheet of paper on the wall. put a flashlight on a shelf, table or another kind of stand. then trace your child's profile onto the white sheet of paper. cute it put carefully and glue it to a piece of construction paper. Collect old magazines and newspapers and have your child cut out and glue things they love!
Great lesson for schema
tightly rolled-up magazine pages glued onto canvas