College Awareness Activities and PowerPoint
This set is perfect for Grades 5-8! I created these activities and PowerPoint for my elementary school's college and career week. However, any teacher who wishes to enrich his/her students' future plans will find this set most useful! I believe that students, starting in 5th grade, can benefit from looking to the future and using their early years to prepare for college by choosing the right classes and knowing who to ask for help.
You may edit the words on the PowerPoint slides by clicking on the words and typing. You may not edit the background. It is a permanent background.
This pack contains:
* 19-slide PowerPoint that will help you discuss college and career awareness with your students. Slides cover topics, such as "Do I Really Need to Think About College Right Now?" and "What is a College Major?"
* 17 page Activity Pack including:
College T-Shirt Activity Template and Home Letter
"My College Plan" Flipbook
Career Exploration Writing Assignment
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