Last Minute Earth Day Ideas

Last Minute Earth Day Ideas from More Than a Worksheet

Earth Day is tomorrow, and since I am a Type B, last minute, sometimes forgetful, spur of the moment planner, I thought I’d share a list of Earth Day activities in case you are like me! Paper Towel Campaign. Have students create posters and commercials to encourage others to not waste so many paper towels in the bathroom. Recycling Plan. Have students create a […]

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Solve a Problem with…Magnets!

Today, I am going to tell you a birth story. No, not of my kids. But of a new resource for teaching Magnets: Magnetic Mission Task Cards. Here how it all got started:  Sometimes we look at some of the learning standards, whether they are Common Core or NGSS or Sunshine State Standards, here in Florida, and think: I will admit […]

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Happy STEM Year! {20% off 16 amazing STEM resources!}

If you love STEM engineering challenges, hands on math and science, and creative technology resources, you are going to love what I am about to tell you. It’s almost 2016, and I have joined with some of my favorite STEM teacher bloggers to celebrate the new year in the best way possible…with a sale on some of our favorite STEM […]

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Ice Cream in a Bag

Are you still looking for a fun last-day-before-break activity? Here is one of my favorites. In fact, I wasn’t much of a classroom party planner, so I would do this instead of a winter party with my third graders. It was a hit every year! And it was much easier to contain excited kiddos than when I would try to […]

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now is the time to…STEAM

Just a few more weeks until winter break, and you know what that means…antsy students, full of energy and anticipation for the upcoming break. This is one of the hardest times of the year to keep students focused and engaged. If you haven’t tried STEAM or STEM engineering projects, this is the perfect time of year to try something new. I […]

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