Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Bubble Gum Exploration

Visit We Are Teachers to see my post on how to use bubble gum as a learning tool!

Math:
Graphing
3D Solids
Measuring
Circumference
MMMR
Area/Perimeter
Volume

Science:
States of Matter
Mass

English Language Arts:
Figurative Language
Writing

Social Studies:
Economics
History

Design:
Logo & Packaging

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Learning with Sticky Notes and Yarn

This hands-on review idea comes from Hands On as We Grow! (They did sight words). You can use it to assess students on any topic: operations and algebraic thinking, synonyms and antonyms or food chains (just to name a few). The food chain activity doesn't even need sticky notes (just print out images). The possibilities are endless with yarn and tape!

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Eyejot

Eyejot is a free web 2.0 tool that makes it super easy to send video messages to your students and their parents with just the click of a button! You can welcome your new students before school starts or send a reminder to parents. Here is an example of a video message I made for one of my education courses.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Check Out Our Experts!


First day of school activities: Visit We Are Teachers to check out my blog post!
(includes: I'm an Expert at, Paper Chain Gang, and a back to school science experiment!)

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Stacked: Learning with Styrofoam Cups

Check out my post at We Are Teachers: Ways to teach English Language Arts (featured above), Math, Social Studies, and Science using styrofoam cups!