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Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Language Arts
Using the story of one heroic tweeter, your students will identify and explain parts of speech.
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What an inspirational story!
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Social Studies
Students will personalize their own Candy Land board game based on their qualities and characteristics.
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This activity is so fun and creative. My students loved it!
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Science
Learn about Truman the octopus and bring one to life with your undersea art.
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The activity is so fun, your students will learn without even realizing it!
Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Social Studies
This study on the behavior of consumers will jump start a self reflection activity based on your students' material possessions.
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A creative way for students to reflect on how their material possessions represent their personality and priorities.
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Science
This beauty queen also struggles with her weight and will help teach your students healthy habits!
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It helps for students to see that even beauty queens feel insecure and need to work at being healthy.
Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Social Studies
This multi-option project differentiates your geography activity by giving students creative choices to describe their dream location while demonstrating their knowledge of the five themes of geography.
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The projects are all creative, fun and standards-driven. It was a big hit with my students.
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Language Arts
Your students will practice identifying misspelled words with your favorite Disney characters.
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My students love Disney characters!
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Math
These word problems relate math concepts and word problems to kids' everyday spending habits.
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It definitely helps to have students practice math on things they actually use regularly.

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