End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)

End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7)
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End of the Year Activities | Create-A-City with Language & Design (Gr. 3-7).

Books packed, walls cleared, cruise plans replace lesson plans... then little Timmy reminds you school ends next week - Doh!

Here's your play: we start a flexible mini project that lasts all week. You know, a little design, a little writing, and a little speech to tie it all together - something that goes with the flow of a final week and Boom-badda-bing!

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• Use for end of the year, sub days, jury duty, or upcoming vacations.

• 50 black & white city color sheets with assignment.

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Assignment:

  • Select a city image and add full color.

  • GENERAL INFORMATION: name, location and state, population, mayor, climate, points of interest, current events, motto, fun facts. (≥10 list format)

  • GEOGRAPHY: describe the land around the city (lakes, rivers, hills, forests…). (≥10 sentences)

  • HISTORY: founders, early settlers, how it has grown over the years. (≥10 sentences)

  • GOVERNMENT: how the city works (city council, judges, services provided, elections, taxes). (≥10 sentences)

  • PEOPLE: festivals, food, special holidays. (≥8 sentences)

  • ECONOMY: how the city works, jobs, industries, tourism, resources, trade partners. (≥10 sentences)

  • OTHER: describe something interesting. (≥8 sentences)

  • ILLUSTRATIONS: Create three full-color images on one blank, white paper (flag, coat of arms, official flower, logo, special event…)

  • SPEECH: Present the city with the original image and a brief summary. (60 to 90 seconds)

  • Draw an informative city map.

  • Your city is known for an unusual traffic sign. Illustrate the sign.

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Develop the topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic.
Introduce a topic or text clearly, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which related ideas are grouped to support the writer’s purpose.
Develop the topic with facts, definitions, and details.
Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
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