Fall 2014 Campaign

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NBA MVP Poetry

Basketball season is ready to begin and this is an excellent start to get children to use sports to enhance their creative writing and poetry skills. Students can create sport, music, movie, or comic all-star presentations.

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Weekly Poetry And Creative Writing

The days of the week are used to help students create multiple themes for their creative writing and poetry. There are a wide variety of poems that can be used for student modeling. Friday's Child is a very easy format to reproduce with student ideas.

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Hi Ho Hammers: A Unique Beginning Number Activity

Hi Ho Hammers is a great beginning number and act out activity that teaches the numbers from one to ten. It is interactive and a memory developer and enhancer. Students design small hammers before beginning the activity and swing them while performing and memorizing the mini-poems. After the activity they draw pictures on their hammers of things they like to work on in school.

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Spelling With Word And Sentence Mountains

Walk Down Mountain teaches spelling and sentence development in an easy but challenging format. It is just as challenging for a first grader as it is for a sixth grader. The PowerPoint format with answers flying across the screen adds to the excitement of creating small and large words and sentences.

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The One Hundred Point Short Term Project Challenge

Tom Palumbo is a multiple award winning author and educator? His educational website (aimtjp.wikispaces.com) contains hundreds of K-12th grade lessons in all curriculum areas. You will enjoy their uniqueness. Parents are always looking for extra. Here are forty great activities he created for those who want to extend learning throughout the school year, school vacation periods, and summer. These activities were originally ...more »

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Radius Ruler

Use the Radius Ruler in the 4th or 5th grades to teach a student at a younger age that there is a way to measure that ball they are playing with, or that curve they just drew. It is FREE online at radiusruler.com and on facebook for teachers and students. They can copy, paste, print and build their own Radius Ruler. When students learn the concept of Radii at a younger age it will give them the confidence to go further ...more »

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