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School projects

Get inspired with these creative school project ideas that will engage and educate students. Discover fun and educational projects to make learning enjoyable.
American History project idea...could assign a president or important historical figure to each student. History Fair Boards, History Projects, Class Projects, School Projects, School Ideas, Art Projects, History Teachers, Teaching History, History Class

Every year all of our 5th graders participate in our school's Wax Museum program. It is seriously one of the highlights of the entire school year! Here's a run down of how things work: -Students choose a biography on a famous American. -They read the book and complete the American Hero book report. -They design a poster, create a costume, and memorize information about their hero. -For the Wax Museum, the students bring all their stuff and set up in the gym. -We invite our school, parents…

Melinda Baum
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At the end of this properties of water lesson plan, students will be able to identify physical and chemical properties of water and describe how

Trista Meyer
Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Literacy Activities, 5th Grade Reading, School Reading, School Library, Reading Classroom, Teaching Reading

The days of dioramas and book reports may be long gone. (Is it wrong that I’m a little sad about that?) Yet the expectation that students read and express their understanding of what they’ve read remains as strong as ever. So what’s a teacher to do? More specifically, what’s a creative teacher to do, when she doesn’t want to rely on worksheets? Get creative, of course! I’ve compiled 9 Fun Book Projects for you. They’re quick and easy to prepare, and best of all, they’re engaging – for both…

Danielle Hicks