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A homemade candy proving that there is no better combination than peanut butter and chocolate!!!
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great fall art/poetry project. Kids make the leaves, paint them, then write poems on them. Created a neat background and it is done.
Wax Museum: Biography Research Report and Event
Lots of ideas here to help you organize a Wax Museum. Awesome way to integrate social studies and reading and writing and the kids (and parents) really enjoy it too!
20 page Wax Museum Project will help your students create an amazing biography research report on a famous person. The culminating part of the project is a Wax Museum, where students dress up as the person they have learned about and stand “still”, like a Wax Museum, until someone walks up to them and presses the “button” on their backdrop. Then students give a short 3 - 4 sentence speech about that person's life. Great learning experience for kids and good P.R. (TpT Resource)
Healthy Greek Yogurt and Honey Blueberry Muffins (coconut oil, whole wheat flour/white flour, yogurt)
Make your own bleach spray t shirt in just 10 minutes! Washing instructions included so the shirt holds up after years of washing!
Freebie! One of a set of ten Common Core Weekly Reading Practice Sets using Informational Text. 28 page packet for 4th - 5th graders that you can use as a month’s worth of close reading, test prep, reading homework, morning work, assessment, or for centers. Great for reviewing reading skills (main idea, cause and effect, inference, text structures, author's purpose, and more) using informational text in an engaging way. Topics include: The Stagecoach, Meerkats, Sarah Edmonds, and Asteroids.
Students read a book, designed and made a tshirt to advertise it and then tried to "sell" it to their classmates w/o giving away the ending—fun! Involves public speaking, persuasion, summarizing the main idea, graphic design that gets a message across, etc.
I promised a dessert for dinner this Friday!!!! Perfect!!!!