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Make a Pressed Penny Project At 51 cents, these are probably the cheapest Disney souvenirs of all time. Plus, kids (and parents ;) love to watch them get made! Once you get home, learn how to make your own display for all your pressed coins with this DIY. Or, make them into really cool jewelry.
plagiarism handout, and thinking this may be a great intro to plagiarism with the freshmen. Get them out of their seats. Loved the lesson plan.
PDF notes- Scan your worksheets into a PDF file and open with this app. Students can write on the worksheet and print, save to your Dropbox, or email(you could even email to parents). Makes boring worksheets fun! So many possibilities...take a story have students highlight things...main idea, vocab words, nouns, etc. they can also make annotated notes. FREE
Goodbye paper! Gather instant feedback from students with these digital alternatives to the exit ticket.
Chalk Talk - write a topic in the middle and have students comment around it. They cannot talk, only write! They go up twice. First they write something original, then they comment on it, could do this with butcher paper or construction paper too...If I were to ever teach older kids...I LOVED doing this in college and think it would be FABULOUS for them!
Vibrant Art with salt glue and watercolours. Totally cool, and super-EASY experiment to do with kids of all ages. - happy hooligans