Thumbprint Self-Portrait. Here’s a great idea I found on Pinterest.… You can see lots of inspiring examples here and here.
I tried this lesson with my middle school students and they really had fun with it! For more detailed instructions with photos, tips, writing prompts, a student gallery, and fascinating fingerprint facts, check out my pdf on Teachers Pay Teachers! Materials: Black stamp padCopy paper Black (F) and (UF) SharpiesColored pencilsExamples of the 3 types of fingerprints: loop, whorl, and arch. Directions: 1. This was more challenging than I expected! (Another option for collecting fingerprints is to rub a soft pencil on some paper, rub your finger onto the pencil, and then press a piece of clear tape onto your finger. 2. First, cut them out and write students’ names in pencil, then enlarge them one at a time. 3. Don’t worry if some lines start and stop, or run into each other. 4. You may want to tape the two papers together to keep them from sliding around. IB TRANSDISCIPLINARY SKILL POSTERS FOR A4 PAPER.
<a href=" target="_blank">See how this improves your TpT experience</a>. </span></div> About Us | Blog | FAQs & Help All Categories Cart Your shopping cart is empty Log In | Not a member? Share IB Transdisciplinary Skill Posters for A4 Paper Subjects Life Skills, International Baccalaureate Grade Levels Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Resource Types Bulletin Board Ideas, Posters Product Rating PDF (Acrobat) Document File Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing. 10.27 MB | 8 pages This colorful set of 5 posters describes the Transdisciplinary Skills used in the IB Program.
Total Pages Answer Key Teaching Duration Report Copyright Infringement Average Ratings Overall Quality: Accuracy: Practicality: Thoroughness: Creativity: Clarity: Passion Projects in the Classroom. Last week I was scouring the internet for some more inquiry ideas for my classroom when I came across Genius Hour.
One word ... hooked. And inspired. And motivated. (I was never good at limiting my words). ;) Sufficed to say, I KNEW it was going to happen in my classroom. In a nutshell, Genius Hour is something that happens in your classroom for one hour a week. So, I got started immediately. Our Genius Hour will take place every Friday in our classroom, during our Language Arts block.
I then showed them the "Pep Talk" video by Kid President. I asked them how they thought this video ties into their passions and we had a short discussion about it. I then handed out a second sticky note and asked them to "refine" their passion a bit. I handed out a duotang and notebook to each student to keep track of their sheets and notes during the project (bright yellow, of course). After a few moments of brainstorming, I allowed them some group time to discuss the ideas they were thinking about. Reggio Inspired Learning. My most popular Pinterest board is my Reggio Provocations board.
Rachel B | Racheous - Lovable LearningReggio Provocations See On But, when it comes to the Reggio Emilia approach, what is a provocation? Put simply, provocations provoke! They provoke thoughts, discussions, questions, interests, creativity and ideas. Provocations can come in many forms: An interesting photo, picture or book,Nature (e.g. specimens)Conceptual (e.g. changing seasons, light)Old materials displayed in a new way,An interest that a child or children have,An object (e.g. magnets, maps)New creative mediums,Questions (from any source – i.e. Provocations can be as simple as a photo of a rock sculpture next to some pebbles or as elaborate as a table with an assortment of recycled materials next to a book on robots and resources to make upcycled robots.
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