Make Your own Treasure Hunt!
Students participate in a variety of treasure hunts to promote critical thinking skills. In these problem solving lessons, students go on a photo hunt, scavenger hunt, clue hunt, and map hunt, looking for specific treasures.
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Classroom Treasure Hunt
What better way to learn or reinforce words than by going on a treasure hunt? Scholars explore their classroom to discover words that are hidden and can only be found by the clues given on a worksheet. When every word has been found,...
K - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Travis the Train and the St. Patrick's Day Treasure Hunt
If your special education class has reviewed St. Patrick's Day vocabulary and customs, then this book is perfect. Travis the Train gives them clues related to St. Patrick's Day items. They use their deductive reasoning to provide...
K - 6th Special Education & Programs
Wheels Go Around: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 7)
Wheels go around is the theme of the plethora of activities to aid in the language fluency of your scholars in this unit of ESL lessons. Learners can take part in a grand conversation focused on wheels, make their own steering wheel,...
K English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Wiki-Choose your Own Adventure (Terry the Tennis Ball)
Looking for a good lesson on story writing? This lesson is for you! After hearing how a "Choose Your Own Adventure" story is organized, writers are given a prompt embedded in the lesson. They work with a partner in order to create an...
3rd English Language Arts
Make Your Own Japanese Teahouse Model
In need of a fun activity that incorporates culture and spacial reasoning? Learners can use these instructions to construct a three-dimensional model of a traditional Japanese tea house. Instructions are simple and would complement a...
K - 8th Visual & Performing Arts