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Camouflaging our Way Through Science

Students learn about animals who use camouflage to blend in with their surroundings. In specific, students learn about how moths blend in with the trees they rest on. When they blend in, this prevents them from being seen by predators. While experimenting with color...

Setting the Scene with Legos

Learn how students find impactful scenes in their reading and recreate the scene with Legos. This activity can build on creative planning, engineering/architecture skills, and literacy skills. Supporting Documents: Setting the Scene With Legos Contact: Brianna...

And. . . Action! Theater Games

Theater games to connect with multiple subject areas and scale for all grade levels. Get your students moving, discussing, creating, and thinking deeply! Supporting Documents:  Theater Games Contact: Sarah Phelps

Yes, you CAN Integrate Arts and CLR!

Learn about the Rings of Culture, Common Cultural Behaviors and how we can validate, affirm, build, and bridge our students for who they are, and where we want them to grow as learners. Arts Integration strategies for validating and affirming cultural behaviors will...

Native American Research and Map Making

Students research an American Indian tribe and show what they learned by making a map with information from their research. Supporting Documents: Native-American-Research-Map-Making Contact:  Brooke Lepper

Holocaust Butterfly Project

We did this project during our Holocaust Unit. After we built background knowledge about World War II and the Holocaust, we had the students research a Holocaust victim or survivor. The students then wrote an adaptive narrative about their victim/survivor. We had the...