Heart Garden Brag Tag for being especially helpful and participating so consistently. I LOVE days like this!!
GoNoodle. Without Flow I may have lost my sanity today!! When my students returned from lunch recess the lights were out and that lovely, calm music was playing quietly in the background. I launched them into a couple of Flow sessions before tackling any of our afternoon learning. By the time we were finished they were settled and ready to go! Awesome!!
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Growth and Changes in Animals. We'd finished our research projects, but I wanted to do some art to go with it and was at a loss for how to integrate the Grade 3's plant unit into an art activity.
First, the students drew the animal they had studied using the technique we tried out back in the winter with our polar bears. The idea was from this great post at Whimsy Workshop Teaching's Blog.
My animal flip book is now available in FOUR different versions: part of the full Growth and Changes in Animals unit, and as a stand-alone flip book project in printable, French and Google Classrooms formats!
"Good Readers" Genre Mini Books.
I hope you'll also pop back over to Who's Who and Who's New to check out my recent post about using technology to engage your students!
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