IB PYP Time Change Activities

IB PYP Time Change Activities
IB PYP Time Change Activities
IB PYP Time Change Activities
IB PYP Time Change Activities
IB PYP Time Change Activities
IB PYP Time Change Activities
IB PYP Time Change Activities
IB PYP Time Change Activities
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42 MB|173 pages
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This 173-page resource includes all the student activity handouts I created for my class to use during our 6-week unit of inquiry, including detailed teacher notes on how I utilized the resources. I created this to meet my school's theme "How We Organize Ourselves," with the central idea of: All life is governed by time.

These concept based open ended activities are meant to support learners and teachers engaging with ideas and inquiries about the concept of time and how all life is governed by it, changes, natural Earth cycles (seasons, phases of the moon, day/night, time zones).

I created these resources for my 2nd-3rd graders. However, given that it was designed to be open ended, they can be used with a range of grade levels. The resource sheets were used as formative assessments throughout the unit with a focus on the process of learning rather than an end product or summative assessment.

The main concepts, key words, and phrases this unit touched upon were: the concept of time and how it affects us, How We Organize Ourselves, how natural cycles shape life on Earth, seasons, time zones, phases of the moon, day and night research, passage of time brings about change, how we organize time.

Photos of Resources in Use
Visit this link to see photos of how I've used some of these resources in my classroom.

For a closer look, click on preview for full pages of the printables you will be receiving in this download.

Included In Your Download:
• Group discussion starters and provocations to jump start thinking
• Over 20 open ended activities
• 70+ no fluff pages of student printables
• Reflection sheets
• Teacher notes

Pages 1 to 2
Main cover pages
Pages 3 to 5
Overview of resources
Pages 6 to 7
Central idea, lines of inquiry, key concepts that I used are included for your own planning and inspiration
Pages 8 to 84
Over 20 concept-based, open ended activities and 70+ usable student printables
Pages 85 to 87
Creating and sorting open/thick and closed/thin questions to help scaffold students when creating their own personal inquiries and questions
Pages 88 to 94
Student research cover page for folder and printables to help support their own wonderings and inquiries
Pages 95 to 97
End of unit reflection sheets
Pages 98 to 169
Detailed teacher notes of how I used these resources with my students
Pages 170 to 173
Printer how to tips, terms of use, information on multiple licenses

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