Seems like a good idea but a little bit confusing. Like does the teacher have to go through all the numbers on all the sheets first and create problems for them and then pull them out like bingo? Not sure exactly how I’d do this activity.
I’m at a school that is face to face and students aren’t able to share manipulatives. We can’t use our STEM kits. I’d like some printable STE(A)M activities that students could do individually. I selected Science as the Subject but would love to see STE(A)M listed there. I chose Grade 5 but would like to see activities like this in all the K-5 grades.
A student learner profile template for middle schoolers to complete. An “all about me” kind of resource to share via videoconference since we will all be meeting remotely at first. Maybe some personal interests area and some learning styles. But a fun looking and inviting power point style. A way to meet each other and get to know each other and as a teacher I get to know the students too while building class community. Thanks!
Would it be possible to create a reading fluency paragraph task cards using tongue twisters like alliteration? Teach Starter did a great job with the comprehension tasks cards, etc., that I thought it would be fun to use tongue twisters for those task cards as well. Thank you very much for your time and for this opportunity to request a resource.
This could be for any/all grade levels, but the resource would be a virtual Google Slide with links to enrichment activities for gifted students. They would access this when finishing online work that is required by the instructor.
Hi, we love the giant colouring page in my classroom. Great for brain-breaks, mindfulness, collaboration and teamwork.
It would be great if additional gaint picture/s could be made available.
Perhaps a theme of kindness? Or community helpers? Or animals and habitats? Or numbers ‘hidden in plain sight’?