These belief statements can change an entire classroom culture. Rather than introducing or creating ‘class rules’, these basic tenants are ideals my class holds about our classroom, our work together, and the world.
Try this escape room with your class today! Students will be on a quest to save Max the dog from the pound, by solving a string of literacy and language arts questions. All questions focus on the topics of synonyms, antonyms, homophones, and homographs. Students in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade are sure to love this language arts review game. Students will try to breakout this dog from a risky situation, and escape his fate!
Summer Fun: A GLYPH & GRAPH Math Activity for the End of the Year
Combine math and art with these summer-themed glyphs and graphing activities. They begin with directed drawings and then include sheets to help children collect, graph, and analyze class data. (Grades 1-4, $) #endoftheyear