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I assigned this project to my class last year and they LOVED IT! I had some very creative products made out of recycled or repurposed materials. Perfect for Earth Day! Can also be used when teaching conservation, recycling, Earths natural resources...etc. This pack includes: - Project Guidelines
Student Math Reflection : Outside the Box Project You have just discovered a hands-on project that is meant to allow students the chance to get to see just how much math they already know and how much math is ingrained into their day! Not only is this enjoyable to make, but it is stunning to see
3rd - 6th
Leaving middle school is a major transition and a mile stone for many students. As each year comes to a close, I find my kids reminiscing about their time spent in middle school. I created this project as an extra activity to do with them at the end of 8th grade. It teaches each student reflection a
Take advantage of this no-prep, easy to use, digital project, worksheet, reflection, and grading rubric. Students will research the importance of social responsibility initiatives and explore ethical misconducts and how they were handled by a business of their selection. Included in this product:Tea
Connect your angles unit to good ol' American favorite Putt-Putt! In this 21st Century Math Project, students will practice angles of incidence, angles of reflection and critical thinking as they try to score hole-in-ones through a 9-hole course. Who will have the lowest score in the class? We will
**Featured in TpT Newsletter** Looking for a short project to wrap up the school year? Looking for a new twist on the old "Write a Letter to a Future Student" to find out what your students thought about your class this year? Here it is! This is everything you need to have your students re
For this lesson students will write a letter to their freshman selves. This is a great writing assignment for seniors in high school. Included are 17 reflection questions to help seniors write. I also video record my seniors reading these and then make a mashup of their best advice. Included are lin
This 60-page Old Yeller literature unit includes 3-5 comprehension questions, 3-5 analysis questions, and two Frayer Model vocabulary exercises for each chapter. Additionally, this product includes ideas for projects and extensions, and journal questions to use throughout the book. COMPREHENSION Q
3rd - 9th
Really make your Senior Capstone project, end-of-the-year research project, community service project, or simply end-of-the-semester reflection meaningful for your students with this project reflection how-to-guide. Cultivating great writing skills isn’t hard. You just need the scaffolded, step-by-s
This project can be used in distance learning!Have your students create a book trailer for a book they have read. This book trailer assignment requires students to analyze the book they've read and put that analysis in their trailer. The purpose of the video is to show off their analysis and to pers
8th - 12th, Higher Education
The .zip file includes editable documents. The editable documents are - End of the School Year Self-Reflection Art Project Directions - Student Examples For this art project, students reflect on their school year and their future by answering a few questions, which are included in the .zip file. Stu
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This Word document provides directions and a rubric for assigning a Shield Project. Each student will create his or her own shield, using the epic elements of the hero’s good qualities, flaws, background and quest, using their own lives as material. In the end, the shield is a collage of the student
This symmetry project is great for a beginning project in geometry or during testing when students are burnt out. I’ve included 6 samples that you can use while explaining the project to your students.Give each student the two-page Investigating Symmetry Project Instructions and a copy of the Invest
6th - 12th
Help your students learn the Stations of the Cross during Lent or any time of the year with this Stations of the Cross - Writing Reflection Project. In this packet, students will follow guiding questions to write their own version of the Stations of the Cross. Each station asks them to write: *Abo
Oil pastel and watercolor paint are used to create this beautiful reflective fall scene. Concepts such as horizon line, highlight, shadow, and texture are incorporated into the lesson as the subject matter is developed with oil pastels. To create the appearance of a reflection, the image is trans
6th - 9th
Your kids will have a blast reflecting on all of the highlights and memories from their field trip to the zoo! Perfect animal project to do when your class gets home from the field trip. Educational, fun, and interactive! This Field Trip to the Zoo Reflection and project pack includes:-2 fully writt
Need to organize a service learning project? Do you want your students to get involved in their community? This packet will give you everything you need!This 4-page guide will give your students the complete step-by-step walkthrough of their project. The first page contains a short article with a pr
This Cube of Reflection will get your student groups thinking about their collective learning. They will use the reflection taxonomy to build their reflection to the deepest levels! Students will: -Remember it.-Understand it.-Apply it. -Analyze it. -Evaluate it.-Create it. Guiding questions will hel
This unit is designed specifically for Just Mercy and/or Stamped, however, it can be used in conjunction with any social justice unit. Students DO NOT have to read either text to be able to complete these activities, but they DO need to be aware of the social issues presented in order to build an ef
Teach for Justice: Anti-racist and social justice resource
Start the new school year by asking students to reflect on their goals for learning French. This project allows students to reflect on the reasons they would like to study French by researching some broad aspects of the language and culture. For their final projects, students create a poster or digi
Not Grade Specific
Get your students excited about learning art history by creating Van Gogh inspired artworks. Little artists will have fun re-creating Evening Landscape with Rising Moon, Landscape with Green Corn, Green Wheat Field, Wheat Field with Crows while playing an engaging roll-a-dice game. Fill up your art
Field Trip Reflection - Poster or Journal Project This is a fun project to have students complete after a class field trip - a great way for students to reflect on their learning! Five separate 8.5 x 11 posters are included - you can choose to use them separately for differentiation, or use them
These are 10 questions designed to go with the documentary Bully or The Bully Project. They are questions that have the student think and reflect on how they would react in these scenarios or what their opinion is on what should have been done.
9th - 12th
R.M.S. TITANIC PROJECT - You could pick and choose the lessons you want to teach for 1 day or this could cover 3 weeks if you wanted to spend that long on this Titanic. Check out all the lessons that are included!! My kids loved- loved -loved this project!!! Non-Fiction, Informational, Irony, T
5th - 7th

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