A new twist on dimensional analysis. This activity is for after you have taught dimensional analysis. Students need to apply the skills they learned to see if they can escape in time to avoid the incoming zombies. You can have the students compete individually or in groups and whichever individual o
Looking for that one of a kind, secondary level, team building, ice breaker, collaborative, fun, the class is going to LOOOOVE this activity? You found it! Good job!Everything you need is in this pack. Directions for prep and set up, story line, location signs and cards, item cards, and presentation
Wow....this resource will grab the attention of your students. GUARANTEED. This resource has blown up and has become my best seller!This resource is designed to be used almost like an interactive video game. It easily and clearly sets up the story, engages the students, and them takes them into a ro
This file includes a 2-page article (889 words) outlining some basics of surviving a zombie apocalypse, along with a set of 10 questions to gauge reading comprehension. Teacher answer sheet is included, also.
The reading is a fun and engaging article that can be used to evaluate reading speed, acc
The Zombie Survival Guide lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, 180 Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. The le
I use this project after teaching a unit covering major world religions, forms of government, and geography (not included in this download). I assign this project after the unit as an independent study for students to plan their own survival during the zombie apocalypse. Students must analyze the ge
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This PE unit focused on locomotor movement skills, using agility to move around the gym through various games and activities. There are 3 lessons that help students develop an understanding of what the human body can do, what should we do during an emergency situation, and how we can be safe.
This is an interactive Google Slides that students work on in teams. Teams are best in groups of 4, but it can be altered for partners or groups of 3 as well.The interactive Google Slides will take students through a series of situations where they will have to think critically and practice consensu
Students are expected to work in groups to survive a challenging life or death scenario. A rogue virus has turned a large population of people into zombies. They must work as a team (4 students) and make a plan for how they will survive. They must choose two boxes of supplies to help them. After
Engaging, critical thinking, ice breaker that revolves around the students ranking items that would help them survive a hypothetical zombie apocalypse. Students will then compare their ranking with a fictionalized Dept. of Defense rank. PPt with answers, explicit instructions as well as a follow up
Zombie Apocalypse Natural Selection Survival Checklist is a game of chance. Students get to select one of three traits from seven different categories about how to survive a zombie apocalypse. Once the students select their trait and explain why they chose that trait, a dice will be rolled for each
Zombie Apocalypse Activity for Group Think
This unit was designed to provide an opportunity for classes to gain a deeper understanding of the processes of groups involving group think, peer pressure, decision making, and goal setting. The last activity encourages self-reflection of the activity as w
Capture your students engagement and help them practice unit rate with this unique fun math activity!!What is included:-Use in Google Presentation OR Print!!!-25 unit rate problems-2 types of answer documents (1 allows for student choice)-answer key included-extension activity includedDetails:This a
https://edtechmrbrown.com/zombie-survival-unit/This post is for Activity 4 The Social Studies map activityBehold, a unit of activities that hopefully you and your students will find exciting and engaging. These activities are created in Google Slides and can be posted in Google Classroom. So far the
https://edtechmrbrown.com/zombie-survival-unit/Zombie Survival Unit: ELAR Creative & Sequential WritingThis contains Activity 2Behold, a unit of activities that hopefully you and your students will find exciting and engaging. These activities are created in Google Slides and can be posted in Goo
https://edtechmrbrown.com/zombie-survival-unit/This is for Activity 2 Zombie Survival Unit: Math Area and PerimeterBehold, a unit of activities that hopefully you and your students will find exciting and engaging. These activities are created in Google Slides and can be posted in Google Classroom. S
https://edtechmrbrown.com/zombie-survival-unit/This is for Activity 1Behold, a unit of activities that hopefully you and your students will find exciting and engaging. These activities are created in Google Slides and can be posted in Google Classroom. So far there are three activities in this unit.
This activity is designed to help students think about an extreme disaster and how to respond. They must problem solve and try to keep things together in a worst-case scenario. Without proper planning and good strategy, they are certain to fail.
The verb list is to be used to help students answer t
This PowerPoint summarizes the key points from the article "Rigor Redefined" by Tony Wagner in student-friendly language. As a bonus to these "survival" skills, there is also a lighthearted Zombie theme! This is a great topic to introduce at the beginning of the school year! Pair this presentation w
These are 3 VERY FUNNY problems that require your student to use thermochemistry knowledge to solve them. They are entertaining, but they also give your students a chance to see if they know when to use Hess' Law as opposed to using Heats of Formation (in a products-reactants equation) to find the
This is a very engaging unit to allow students to work through, especially if they enjoy zombies. I used this mostly with an intervention class I taught, but also pulled in activities to my main classes as well. These lessons focus primarily on 8th grade and Algebra standards, but could be used and
This is a TWO-FOR-ONE SPECIAL!
Yes, you get a Halloween Themed Dead Verbs Mini-Unit and a Zombie Survival Guide Mini-Unit. What fun! In fact, we have some of our rising 5th graders ask if they'll get to do these activities when they get to 5th grade. So that means that our current 5th graders love