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Zoom-Ba

Staying on a physical fitness plan is difficult without factoring in remote teaching.  We will explore how to build a workout plan together, and...

Divisional Cookies

In this lesson, students will define division as equal shares and discover how this transcends into fractions and fractional parts. Students should...

Science eBooks

Students will create their own eBook based on a topic of study. Grade Level: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12Subject Area: ScienceFor a detailed description of the...

Digital Citizen Comic Strips

Students will create comics to illustrate the practice of responsible digital citizenship in the use of technology. Grade Level: K-2, 3-5, 6-8,...

Self-Selected Physical Activity

To strengthen their physical literacy, students will reflect on the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression,...

The Floor is Lava

Are you ready for a daring, high flying adventure to test your physical strength?  The Floor is Lava will get your students moving in new ways...

Musical Emotions

In this lesson, students will be asked to reflect on how music provokes different emotions, and how their own thoughts, feelings, and hopes connect...

Persistence Through Self-Affirmation

Students will create self-affirmation graphics by identifying positive goals and personal strengths.Grade Level: 3-5, 6-8Subject Area: WellnessFor a...

Small Talk

In this lesson, students will be challenged to participate in a conversation while embodying the persona of a historical figure, literary figure, or...

Visual Music

This lesson will focus on how students analyzing a piece of music through musical elements and visualization can reinforce their working definitions...

Designer STEM

The purpose of this lesson is to have students explore content-related standards in science, math, or art through architectural design.Grade Level:...

You Can Quote Me On That

The purpose of this lesson is to have students learn about an important figure in the content area. This lesson could be used to learn new...

What If?

The purpose of this lesson is to have students explore how the loss of a particular historical event, scientific discovery, math theorem, or art...

Design and Describe a Home

This lesson challenges students to design a house using a room planning app. Students will then describe the furniture in their house in the target...

The Medium and the Message

The purpose of this lesson is to encourage students to consider how different types of media about the same subject enable deeper understanding of a...

Shape Attributes

Students will create shapes having specified properties and describe the defining attributes. Grade Level: K-2, 3-5, 6-8Subject Area: MathFor a...

Responding to Visual Arts

Students will respond to visual art by applying criteria to evaluate artistic work. Grade Level: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12Subject Area: Fine ArtsFor a...

Digital Citizenship Jigsaw

Using a research-based collaborative learning technique, students will work together to create a website focused on basic issues related to...

Animate a Conversation

This lesson challenges students to create a “greeting” conversation in the target language between two characters, then animate this conversation...

Questioning with Conjugated Verbs

In this lesson, students create real-world questions using conjugated verbs in the target language. Those questions will then be answered by their...