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Define and describe what character is. Youngsters participate in a variety of activities to understand six characteristics of someone who has good character. Then they will create a space bulletin board working their way from the ground to a planet by good character acts.
Students explore the environment by creating a poster presentation. In this biome lesson plan, students identify the characteristics of a desert and the species which inhabit it. Students create a bulletin board based on a specific biome such as savanna, tundra or rainforest.
Fifth graders conduct a class survey and share the results with a class in another state via an electronic bulletin board. This technology-rich lesson is an ideal way to have learners practice communicating with others through the use of electronic means. As a culminating activity, each learner writes a paragraph on the benefits of conducting a survey by telecomputing.
Students listen to the story Are You a Grasshopper and participate in a variety of activities that support the grasshopper theme. In this grasshopper lesson, students review the letter "G" as it relates to grasshoppers. Students explore a sensory table with rice that has been tinted green and cut out pieces of green construction paper to fill in the body of a large paper grasshopper that becomes a bulletin board.
Pupils study the months and seasons by bringing in an item that represent the season the their birthday occurs in. They either write or dictate at least one sentence about the object and how it represents the season. Using their objects and writing they make a bulletin board.
Students engage in a lesson that is composed of a literature study using the story "Planting A Rainbow" by Lois Ehlert. They create projects about plants and flowers using the book and opportunities to paint. This is accomplished by cutting out flowers and then journaling about what they created.
Read all about it! A camera is all you need to create a fun bulletin board promoting books. Take pictures of readers holding their favorite books and position comic-book style talk bubbles over the pictures. Created with markers and construction paper, the bubbles record impressions, best parts, favorite characters, etc.
Students explore the rain forest. In this rain forest lesson, students read Rain Forest Secrets by Arthur Dorros. Students create rain forest banners that require them to paste animals in the approriate layers of the forest. As a culminating project, students create a bulletin board about the layers of the rain forest.