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Students work with different forms of poetry as well as visual representation for this end of unit project.
Students chose an overarching theme or topic to guide their poems and provide them with focus.
I made the books out of 3 sheets of 11x17 paper folded and stapled in the middle. This gives more than enough pages, which is a bonus if you need to extend the project. I had them also do imagism poems and create a full-page illustration.
Students take on the role of hoyaneh in this exercise to build consensus as to whether or not the Iroquois Confederacy should sign a treaty with the settlers who have come in.
This can be done whole class or in small groups. I did it as a whole-class using fishbowl discussion, with the partners (who represented the five nations) who are actively discussing in the center, and everyone else listening and writing down what they hear.
Each task card provides the group with background information as well as stance on the issue, and some supporting details on the stance for them to use in discussion.
Questions, Cloze Passages, and Graphic Organizers for Chapter 4 in Taking Part in Our Democracy.
Lines of Symmetry Mira Worksheet made from compiled images from art4kids.
This is a unit wrap up lesson for the Grade 3 Animal Life Cycles Unit. The lesson has students explore how every day products in our households effect the habitats of animals. It asks them to consider how animal habitats can be effected and the result it has on the animal's habitats. The research prepares them for a cross-curricular assignment in Language Arts whereby they write a persuasive letter.
This Grade 3 Social Studies Unit plan answers the Essential Question: How can I personally make the world a better place to live for myself and others. All outcomes are indicated and there is a lesson by lesson plan - with explanation of activities, suggestions for assessment, and links to free online resources.
A variety of activities you can do with Cup Stacking to work on dexterity. Activities build in difficulty over time and locomotion begins to be added to the games - all adapted from PE Central.
Students work on line work and drawing in art by responding to the following questions with an illustration - they can't write words. This is a fun 'get to know you" activity. My personal favourite answer to question 5? Dipping Sauce (haha!)
Have students divide a sheet of white printer paper into 6 even squares. You can demonstrate how they draw their response, or there are many videos that can be found by googling illustrated interviews.
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