Let’s get ready for the second semester, you rock star gifted and talented teacher, you . . .
By now the students can’t wait for their next group with you, so let’s not disappoint!
Priced at more than 40% off individual purchases, I put this collection together with several things in mind:
1. Best practices in gifted education.
2. Engaging, hands-on, and critical thinking.
3. Materials are easy to find and/or inexpensive.
4. Common Core and/or Next Generation Science referenced.
5. Variety to span the curriculum.
Here is a little bit of everything for an elementary gifted resource teacher’s groups: a full unit, a STEM unit, a literacy lesson, a social-emotional lesson, a math lesson, cross-curricular lessons, and a primary group lesson.
Make sure to pick up my free stuff while you’re at it—including rubric “report cards” for literacy and talent pool groups.
All of these units and lessons are available for individual purchases, and some of them are included in other collections. Check them out!
285+ plus pages and hours and hours . . . here is what you’ll get with this collection:
Air!: Most definitely one of my most popular products—hands-on science and loaded with cool challenges.
Arctic Dogsled Design Challenge: Can students build and test a mini sled that will survive the arctic and its challenges?
Crow Call: Use Lois Lowry’s incredible picture book in an engaging unit for any age. Hands-on literacy and metaphors.
Carnival Game Economics: Math with a playful application. Students build a carnival game and gather data as classmates play.
Curious George Gets a Medal: For your primary K-2 groups. Engage your learners in creative activities, a mystery, and primary sources.
Suitcases and Circles of Hope: A social-emotional lesson. Students examine primary sources and imagine they are an immigrant during the great period of immigration to the USA.
Tops: A STEM unit. Make cool tops and analyze spinning with math and physics.
Whales: A cross-curricular journey. Math, science, non-fiction, advertising and more.