Let students learn how math concepts are connected to the real world as they design their own 3D TINY HOUSE! Area, perimeter, and geometry-- math is everywhere in this project based learning activity (PBL). Designing, creating, and problem solving are key features of this resource. Build a Tiny House! $ by graciela
Decimals, Area, Perimeter, and a side of guacamole! This PBL lets students start up their own Taco Truck business. They'll make the menu, decide on prices, and build a truck to create an unbelievable combo platter of math and real-world skills. Taking taco orders is even on the menu. A project based learning activity like this pushes kids to be creative while applying multiple skills (math, problem solving, collaboration). Engage and motivate while making tacos! $
Graphite Circuit DIY. Can you complete an LED circuit using a graphite pencil? Learn about the conductive properties of graphite and draw your own design to see it light up! This is a super quick and easy science experiment that is entertaining for both kids and adults alike.
This economics unit includes 33 goods vs. service cards for sorting and high engagement games 9 vocabulary cards technology resources 6 student response sheets covering the concepts of goods/services, opportunity cost, and consumers/producers. 11 page early reader "What is... Economics?" for students introducing economic vocabulary and concepts covered in the unit. $
Character Traits Checklist. (Litgram: How fun would it be to make this WALL sized, then have five groups of students collaboratively agree on the traits for a new character? AFTER they've thought about personality, THEN they could design the character, give it some motivation, conflicts, relationships to the other four new characters, and finally, create some dialogue for it!):