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Advocacy, Recognition, Prevention Through Art and Health
Pupils analyze how the environment and family history impacts personal health. In this personal health lesson, students discuss cancer and survey the school community about the disease. Pupils create a bulletin board about cancer and build banners for people who have personally experienced the disease.
New! Cooperative Snowmen
Teamwork and collaboration are such important skills to foster in young children. The goal of this instructional activity is for teams to create a collaborative project while learning how to work as a unit. In small groups, the class creates snowmen for the bulletin board. Group members then take turns describing how each individual helped finish the creation. The instructional activity finishes with a writing assignment; each child composes a three-sentence story about what their snowman does at night.
Bulletin Board of Story Elements
First graders read a story. In this character recall lesson, 1st graders preview the book Each Peach Pear Plum, read the story and recall as many characters as possible. Students write the sounds they hear in each character name and continue reading familiar folk tales.
Immigration / Ancestry Bulletin Board Activity
Pupils bring items to school that represent their ancestry or heritage. Individually, they present this item to the class so that their classmates can discover their unique past. Using the Internet, they research their own family history in more depth.
Apple Facts - Student Created Bulletin Board
Students research the health benefits of apples and create a bulletin board showing the scientific facts they find.
End of year: Bulletin Board
Students create a bulletin board with the theme of "Welcome New Fifth Graders". The requirements for them includes write to inform, use paragraph style, and cannot use an idea already on the bulletin board.
Career Bulletin Board
Students examine and discuss different careers. They use magazines and newspapers to find pictures of a career of interest to them. They create a career collage for a bulletin board display.
Moon Phase Bulletin Board Lesson Plan
Students create a poster board showing the phases of the moon. They use the Internet to research the different phases and examine the calendar. They discuss what patterns they notice occuring.
Recycled CD Bulletin Board Christmas Tree
Learners create a bulletin board display of a Christmas tree out of painted CDs.
Label the Butterfly Computer Activity
The Internet is used to research and study the anatomy of the elusive butterfly. Fourth graders pair up to explore a butterfly website in order to correctly label and diagram the butterfly shape and parts. After research has been completed, the class takes part in a collective activity where they use push pins and 3x5 cards to label a very large diagram of a butterfly on the class bulletin board.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Needs Math in Life at All?
Learners think and talk about the ways in which they use math throughout the day. They add each way to a "math in real life" bulletin board and reflect in writing on the ways they use math.
Hull of a Ship
Fifth graders engage in this introductory unit lesson. A bulletin board for the unit be started, Colonial Notebooks be presented to each student, and a pre-test on colonization be administered.
Sweeten The Day With Kindess
Students participate in an act of kindess for a staff member in the building. Each student then writes about the activity that they performed and it is then displayed on the bulletin board with their picture. Learning is observed through their individual writing process. Students use the candy wrappers (sweeten) to decorate the bulletin board.
From These Beginnings
Students prepare a bulletin board that shows the changing identity of their state before and after statehood.
All Men Are Created Equal
High schoolers evaluate and compare events in history using famous quotes. They create a bulletin board of famous quotes dealing with equality. They create a multimedia presentation using famous quotes on the theme, All Men are Created Equal.
Mountains of Work
Eighth graders conduct research about geologic process. They use a creative project in the form of a bulletin board to engage diverse kinds of learners. They also create a play to be presented as a class.
In Line with Time
Third graders create a timeline of inventions and inventors made out of light colored bulletin board paper.
Avoid the Web
Students explore positive and negative choices involved risk and consequences. They create a bulletin board with their completed bug worksheets.
Pupils predict what they would weigh on different planets. They use their Palms with appropriate software to determine the actual weights which they record on their worksheets. They use sticky notes to place their weight next to the appropriate planets on the bulletin boards.
Students complete a handout dealing with the languages spoken most frequently at home in Canada. They interview a person with a home language other than English or French. Students contribute to a bulletin board display representing Canada's language mosaic.