Copy and paste our classroom's Constitution from the Preamble (use yours) through the Bill of Rights. Don't use a "Read More" break.
Presentation Points (don't include this in the blog post):
Embed your slide show using the following directions:
4. Copy and paste the embed code into your blog post.
Overall, I think that the Science Fair was a valuable experience because...
I definitely made some mistakes along the way, but I learned from them. Here are some examples:
If I were given the chance to do anything differently, I would...
Copy and paste your entire Human Body Research Paper into a blog post with the title above. Include the Bibliography at the end. Make sure it's something you are proud to display to the world!
Include a "Read More Break" after the first couple paragraphs so it doesn't become a HUGE post!
Click here to see all of our lessons for Mars. Follow the directions on each post.
Our 5th graders have each been paired up with a kindergartner in the morning class and the afternoon class and they will act like a permanent mentor to these children for the rest of the year. We will meet once per month, and our goal will be to help build the kindergartners self-esteems by helping them identify their positive traits and skills.
Our first experience involved completing a graphic organizer that helped identify social skills "superpowers" that the kindergartners have. My students filled one out as well and used theirs to help guide the process.
For this blog post, students need to do the following tasks:
Planning Questions (not to be answered on the blog, just used to build the joint and to explain it in the video):
Directions for the Blog Post:
1. Create your video explaining all the parts of your elbow joint and demonstrating how it works. Upload it to YouTube.
2. Embed your YouTube video at the top of a blog post entitled, "Creating an Elbow Joint."
3. Below it, answer the following reflection/synthesis questions: