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The Secret To Finding Your Life Purpose - My Passion Projects

Haven’t found your purpose in life yet? Read about how passion projects will help you find the things that will make you excited to get out of bed in the morning for the rest of your life. Okay Maud…

Last year, I did my very first Genius Hour in my third grade classroom.   For those who have never heard of Genius Hour, it is a student-directed  hour of independent projects that was based on Google's 80/20 philosophy of  work.  (More on that here, plus a great video to show parents and kids!).

How (and how NOT to) plan Genius Hour in an elementary classroom. Genius Hour ideas for second, third and fourth grade. Projects, organization, classroom management, and planning for passion projects.

Looking for a Passion Project or Genius Hour resource that is primary friendly? You've found it! This resource includes planning pages and note taking pages geared towards younger learners who are just beginning to read. Visuals provide students with the scaffolds and confidence to work independently. This resource is not a step by step guide to how to implement passion projects or

Description Looking for a Passion Project or Genius Hour resource that is primary friendly? You've found it! This resource includes planning pages and note taking pages geared towards younger learners who are just beginning to read. Visuals provide students with the scaffolds and confidence to work independently. This resource is not a step by step guide to how to implement passion projects or genius hour. If you're interested in how I implement passion projects in my classroom, click here…

Passion Projects for Independent Reading

As teachers, we often feel like in order to get kids learning, we need to be driving the work of learning. Passion projects will prove you wrong. When students complete passion projects, they pick the standards they will target. Students design the project. Students decide how they will be graded and design the rubrics, and students—most importantly—do the real work of learning. This spring, I dove into the world of passion projects with my students as part of our independent reading…