Grade - Language Arts - Students wrote a biography about the person they chose then they made a poster board cut out of that person and read their report to the class--Could do this for scientist report
While Alexandra, first grade teacher and creator of The First Grade Sweet Life, originally used this activity as part of her President's Day lessons, we think this would work great as part of an Election/Government Unit too!
This is a biography bottle. The students used water bottles to make the body of the famous person they were studying. Most social studies classes have a biography unit and this would be such a fun way to make a visual to go along with the presentation.
Shades of meaning! SUPPLIES: paint chips, construction paper, marker, tape & a thesaurus ::: The colors on the paint strip are similar, but not exactly the same. just like the words. Sit down with your little and create a Synonym Garden.
How to Blow a Bubble. First, students chewed a piece of gum. Then they wrote a paragraph about how to blow a bubble using transition words such as first, next, and last. Finally, they created a picture of themselves
Grammar Journals are an interesting way to teach/integrate grammar lessons. Left side is the grammar lesson with rules, and the right side is their attempts at using it in their own way with a writing prompt. Could use as a method of assessment.