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This lesson requires students to process information and evaluate ways to stop a risky, inappropriate game. They evaluate information they have collected and determine what is the most effective in stopping the choking game from being used by students. Using a KWL chart and a fact sheet, they create a bulletin board to be displayed in public.
Students explore recycling. In this recycling activity, students bring an item from home that can be recycled or reused. Students discuss what the item can be used for. Students then draw a picture of the new use and hang it and the item on a bulletin board.
Students 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 identify eleven different color words on an interactive bulletin board. They match colors found on a farm scene with the correct word tags, placing the word tags on the correct stick pins found directly below each picture.
Students engage in a lesson plan 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.
Students read and discuss vocabulary words about animal life cycles. In this animal life cycles lesson plan, students use the bulletin board for repeated use in referring to their vocabulary words.
Students create a "Happy Holidays from a Class Full of Angels" bulletin board. They practice and demonstrate skills in writing, technology use, and other areas as they complete different parts of this activity.
Learners create a bulletin board of photos of themselves that are superimposed to form the outline of an angel. They use the angels to create special greeting cards for parents and guardians.
First graders generate ideas of the things that a 1st Grade student thinks, does and feels based on a model on bulletin board paper. They (counselors) pick one students and trace that student's body onto a pieces of bulleting board paper on the floor. Students sit in a circle around the paper. They are asked: What does a 1st Grader think about friends, schoolwork, play?
Who fixes the swings at the park? The class creates a community bulletin board to explore the goods and services provided for their community in both the private and government sectors. They discuss taxes, consumers' wants and needs, and community cost benefits.
Students recognize that each student is unique and has special talents. Students develop a puzzle piece that describes them and their particular talents. Students share their pieces and post on a bulletin board.
Students become familiar with local community life by gathering information and designing booklets which become part of a bulletin board display about the community. Each student creates a slide to contribute to a class presentation about the community and participates in presenting the information to students from a different community.
Primary learners will embrace diversity and celebrate multiculturalism through these engaging activities. Which include reading the story Martin Luther King and singing the song "A Man Named King." They will also explore the concept of diversity through creating a paper doll model of themselves and adding this self replica to a class bulletin board. To complete this bulletin board students will dictate a sentence modeling Martin Luther King's vision of working together as one. To end this learning journey students will participate in making a peace tree.
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.
Young scholars read and interpret handout about sleeping habits and disorders, and plan and create classroom bulletin board that displays causes, disorders and effects of sleep deprivation.
Looking for an excellent lesson on homonyms for your young readers? This lesson is worth a look! After a lecture/demo on homonyms, 2nd graders brainstorm homonyms that are put on a large sheet of paper on the bulletin board. Students choose pairs of homonyms from the list to create a sentence which uses both. For example: I saw a bare bear. Then, learners take part in some excellent center activities that are described in this nice language arts lesson plan.
In a visual essay of their thoughts about "What America Means to Me," kids of any age can create a collage about their country. Originally intended to be created physically, learners could share their projects online by using an interactive bulletin board or an online presentation site.
Examine the differences between vertebrates and invertebrates as learners conduct Internet research, take an online invertebrate quiz, complete a vertebrate fact sheet, print out pictures of invertebrates they find interesting, and create index card information fact cards. In order to save paper, kids can create online bulletin boards to collect and share their favorite photos.
Create a language mosaic to reveal the linguistic diversity in your community. Pupils interview a person with a home language other than English and contribute to a bulletin board display representing the variety of languages spoken. The activity is part of the 1996 Canadian Census Results Teacher’s Kit. A link to other activities and materials is provided. Although the background information and statistics are based on Canadian census data, the concepts could be applied to any country or area
Students listen to the story Are You a Grasshopper and participate in a variety of activities that support the grasshopper theme. In this grasshopper instructional activity, 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.