Students compile a portfolio of mini-projects to show understanding of a research topic. All students complete at least four mini-projects (two given, two choice), activating multiple intelligences and hitting different standards of Common Core. You can differentiate by changing length requirements or asking students to complete extra mini-projects. (6-9)
An exciting and fun project you can do with your students or as an independent project after you have read any biography or autobiography!! This kit comes with all the templates that you need plus a rubric if you want to use this as a grade. Step-by-step picture instructions are included to make assembly a little easier! There will be more BOXZ project come in the future, so make sure you follow my store so you can be notified when they are posted!
72 unique Growth Mindset Notes encourage middle school and high school students to believe they can learn anything and help them develop the attitudes, habits, and work ethics that will help them persevere through challenges and succeed in all subjects and classes! Ready to print, cut, and go – implement growth mindset today with these notes!
FREEBIE! This is a great little activity for the first few weeks of school! Copy, cut, and staple to a brown bag for your students to take home. Students fill the bag with five items that help to describe who they are (sample ideas included). Additional page included for students to write about each item and why it's special to them. Easy and fun getting to know you activity…
This 'Genre Guide for the School Library' was created to support school librarians in the teaching of 'genres'. Students need to be introduced to the many kinds of literature and the best means for locating them in the school library. Classroom teachers may also find this useful in making connections between the classroom and the library media center. $