During the class' plant unit, students will observe a plant and write and illustrate what they have learned in their discovery journal.
This is a game-based learning math lesson for 1st grade that deepens conceptual understanding of comparing two two-digit numbers and has students use the symbols associated with comparison (>, =, <).
Students will use letters to make several short words. The words being constructed will be in word families and discussion should occur over chunks and letter patterns. At the culmination of the activity, all letters will be used to make one word.
This lesson takes a closer look at character, tapping into what a character thinks, says, feels, does, and tries, as well as his or her strengths and weaknesses. Students will use what they read to analyze the character in the story.
This lesson is a great way for students to display their artwork from the year in a digital slideshow/video. Students will take Photos of thier artwork to create a presentation in a slideshow labeling material, names, techniques, or themes for their work. They will learn skills in photo taking and cropping, and Adobe Creative Cloud Slideshow.Photo by Karolina Badzmierowska on Unsplash
This is a fourth-grade student science project tied to SEEd standard 4.1.1 In this project students demonstrate the understand of how the structure of an animal or plant supports their function.This project is designed to support students in engaging in science investigations by combining their personal life with a school project. Students will use the photo they took to create an Adobe Spark Video and label the structure and function of the animal or plant. Students will share the Adobe Spark video link in the Canvas to share with the class
This is a lesson for preschool kids. The lesson is about the 4 different seasons. Students will put different items of clothing/ seasonal decorations into 4 groups- WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, FALL. Here is a citation for the openly licensed thumbnail image--.Seasons of the Year, by Abby the Pup, Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0), from Wikimedia Commons.