*** FREEBIE! *** Take a stroll and soak up the sights and sounds of Nature... A fun outside activity allowing your children to experience the simple pleasures of nature! Includes a mini lesson plan and a worksheet based on the 5 senses to follow up their outdoor experience *** Both spellings of 'Smelt' & 'Smelled' included to meet the grammatical needs of your part of the globe! ***
A basic worksheet to record and write down what you come across during a nature walk.This could be a walk around the school garden or a walk organised on a trip. This Worksheet was created to be used in our Topic on Sense and thus contains 4 boxes each for a different sense.I can see...
This is a terrific classroom activity to help students understand classism as a system of inequality/oppression, and to help students see how their lived-experiences as well as the experiences of their peers have been impacted by their own socioeconomic status throughout their lifetime. *Note: this activity is more effective when the students have some level of trust among one another and their are clear communication guidelines set up for discussion.
Many of the ideas below come from event organizers who have registered with Walk to School Day or Bike to School Day. Some of these ideas are simple, and others are more complex. Think about what fits your event and community. You can also learn what other schools are doing this year by visiting our Who's Walking section.
This engaging New Years Flipbook is a great way to reflect on last year's goals and set new ones for this New Year's Resolution! Your students are sure to enjoy this goal setting activity and is perfect as a growth mindset activity!