4-H Camp Ideas
Writing Pin 2: Scene of the Crime Writing: Set up a fake crime scene. Then have all the children to gather around and examine the scene of the crime. After they have all looked at the crime scene have them return to their desk and tell them to write a story about what they thought happened. This will make some interesting stories, but I would use this in only 4th or 5th grade.
Second Grade Nest: Favorite Pin Friday
This whole chart is an 'educated guess'. Note the years inbetween the layers; it's impossible for these to have occured. And when do they believe the earth began? Wow, the earth is getting billions of years older in between each layer (except the last layer). Educate yourselves. This is a lie, there's not proof of any of this. Show me a piece of land like this anywhere on earth please.
time goes on
Synchronized Snack Toss
Life in the Nuthouse: Rainbow Suncatcher
LOVE this! // Backyard Scrabble (or Bananagrams): There are 144 "tiles." Here's how many of each letter you need. 2: J, K, Q, X, Z 3: B, C, F, H, M, P, V, W, Y 4: G 5: L 6: D, S, U 8: N 9: T, R 11: O 12: I 13: A 18: E
KinderTastic: Light em up - random act of kindness for the day
Hello Spring! – DIY shredded paper Seed Starters | MADE
Camp Counselor Manifesto Poster. Mainly true. Unfortunately, I don't get to hold the awesome position of camp counselor this summer but it is truly one of the best "jobs" ever. I would add to this poster that I believe in camp, because I believe in Jesus and his power to transform lives. It's all about him!
Camp Counsellor Manifesto Poster Sample
Non-negotiable #6 - Mix up grouping. When planning small groups, I think it is important to mix up groups often and not only group by ability level. Sometimes grouping can be more effective when it is done randomly. A teacher must know they dynamics of her students and group based upon those dynamics, not just the students ability level.