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The Night Before Series is a favorite at my house! We love all the fun books that accompany each and every holiday. I enjoy creating sequencing activities as a book companion.
The class can also check their results using an interactive presentation - available in both PowerPoint and SMART Notebook - which provides them with immediate feedback as they attempt to place the cards in the correct order on the slide.
Here's an example of The Night Before the 100th Day of School Sequencing Activity:
Cupid's Catapult STEM Challenge sets the stage to engage with a STEM Story about poor Cupid, who needed an upgrade to his bow and arrow technology with a catapult that would launch piercing hearts far distances.
The students follow the STEM Design Process to design and build a catapult prototype made out of a limited amount regular household items within a certain period of time. The students then test the prototype and troubleshoot to determine how to make the catapult launch the marshmallow heart even farther during the next trial.
The corresponding presentation and student handout makes this STEM Challenge super easy for a teacher to facilitate. Available in Grades 3-5 and Grades 5-8.
Out of this World Conversation Heart Science Lab is a great way to use those conversation hearts plus practice following the scientific method - developing a scientific question, writing a hypothesis, analyzing data, and determining a conclusion.
Students are presented with a scenario where an alien is curious about the astronaut's candy hearts. The astronaut then invites the alien into the space station to conduct an experiment to see if different temperatures of water will affect the candy heart.
This lab activity is available for Grades 3-5 and Grades 5-8.
Mid-February brings Presidents' Day!
Duck for President Sequencing Activity is a fabulous companion activity to the hilarious book.
Students will cut out the illustrated cards, sort, and paste the events into the correct order on the final template.
An interactive PowerPoint or SMART Notebook file allows students to receive immediate feedback when modeling the activity or checking the answers as a class.
Have your students ever thought about what they would do if they were president?
The If I Were President Narrative Writing Prompt encourages students to brainstorm what they would do first, then, next, and finally.
Students can then write and illustrate a final copy that would be a perfect bulletin board or hall display! (And, I imagine some really interesting reading!)
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