Acid rain is a result of air pollution which is caused by the burning of coal. Acid rain over a long period of time is strong enough to damage to the surfaces of buildings and statues (both made of stone and metal-like copper). It can also cause harm to living things; plants, animals, insects and p
This simple, low-prep inquiry is aligned to 1-ESS1-1 and addresses all three dimensions of the NGSS. This activity will help students understand that the motion of the sun in the sky occurs in a predictable pattern and includes a writing activity for ELA integration. This activity was designed for
Here’s a simple and fun lab to do with your students that’s educationally jam-packed. Aqueous solutions of sodium carbonate, (can also use baking soda), and calcium chloride, (aka Ice Melt), and you get calcium carbonate, (basically chalk) and table salt. Students collect the insoluble
Flotsam, Chalk, Journey. These very popular and unique book companions will engage your students as they learn to think critically about these delightfully complex stories. Includes practice with various skills such as inferencing, sequencing, text-to-self application, characterization, simile wri
Designed by an occupational therapist, this Sidewalk Chalk Kit offers 50 summer-themed activities in 5 different skill-building categories and helps improve hand and arm strength, fine motor dexterity, visual perception, visual motor skill, and academics.Use a pencil box to store each of the activit
Help your chemistry students grasp the process of bond energy / bond enthalpy in this colorful step-by-step activity. This resource will help strengthen students' understanding of the movement of energy in bond breaking and bond formation in a chemical reaction. There are two versions of this worksh
Mole Activity: Chalk It Up! Mole Conversions
Activity for Chemistry students familiar with mole conversion problems
Add a little excitement to mole conversion problems with this sidewalk chalk activity! Students convert the amount of chalk used to moles and particles. Students should be familiar w
In my classroom, I call this the "spicy" version of Moley Chalk Art. Like the FREE Moley Chalk Art activity, this activity focuses on creatively engaging students with stoichiometry conversions. BUT, this activity packs a punch with a more rigorous design and more challenging extension questions. Th
This is a fun activity to introduce the concept of moles as units of measure to your chemistry students. It takes little teacher preparation and the only material you need is a pack of sidewalk chalk.
Student first predict how many moles of chalk are in their names, then they mass the chalk before a
Psychology Chalk Up A Neuron Activity for Science, Anatomy, Nervous System includes teacher lesson plan, student directions, and picture examples
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Learn proper methods for using chalk pastel so students aren't just scribbling. 2 worksheets walks them through techniques and 3 practices (fire, apple and dark to light) with their new learned skills.Great as a sub plan, bell ringer, intro to texture lesson, virtual, etc.Hope Creek Studios speciali
Take the stress off yourself and enjoy your Open House, Meet and Greet, or Supply Night!
Our school has a Meet-And-Greet/Supply Night the few days before school starts every year. Since families drop in and visit throughout the evening with no formal sit-down meeting, I have found that sta
Chalk talk is a great way to introduce a new book to students. This resource was specifically designed to accompany the novel "Two Roads" by Joseph Bruchac.Chalk talk allows your students to use inferencing skills to determine what Two Roads will be about. I use this as an interactive brainstorming
Chalk talk is a great way to introduce a new book to students. This resource was specifically designed to accompany the novel "Percy Jackson: the Lightning Thief" by Rick Riordan.Chalk talk allows your students to use inferencing skills to determine what Two Roads will be about. I use this as an int
Space Painting: Art Project Lesson for all ages (Chalk Pastel & Paint) Inspired by current spray paint artists. Makes a great sub plan.
This lesson is a great 1-2 lesson that includes thorough, step-by-step direction as well as an instructional video. This download also includes a detailed mate
This pack contains 30 task cards to be used with chalk to provide ideas for outdoor play with chalk. Use these task cards with your kindergarten students to direct them towards purposeful, fun play with chalk!
What is included:
→ 30 color task cards
→ Black and white version also included
A wonderful collection of activities that correlate with the book,
"The Chalk Box Kid."
Beginning Middle End
Main idea with details
Main idea with summary
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Combine art and science with this geology themed art lesson! Students learn how mountains are formed and to identify and name the basic parts of a mountain range. Then they practice working with pastel chalk to create a beautiful and unique representation of a mountain range.
Scripted lessons make
This is a nice activity at the end of the Limits Chapter in Calculus. Students are given a list of parameters that they have to create a graph for. I use sidewalk chalk and let the kids get outside! You can also have an extension of having them identify the different parts of the graph that are
This activity is done at the end of the year after state testing has wrapped up. I use this as an outdoor chalk activity. It's a great end of the year project that my students really enjoy and get into. Added bonus: administration loves it because it's cross- curriculum.
The powerpoint presents the
Looking for a way to communicate and reach your students during distance learning? Set up a social media account! Use social media, to post daily art challenges and activities. Have students and families email in their completed work and feature them on your site.This is a set of 5 art activities, a
Here are some fun, outdoor learning activities to explore with your kids at home, at school or anywhere else. Chalk Exploding Balloons!Follow these instructions to create your own! Don't forget to draw your targets and use all of your most favourite colours. There are minimal materials so that these