Add some color and character to your display of important classroom information with these large posters designed for record keeping, listing class rules, and posting schedule information. There's also a blank form for any additional information you wish to display. Package includes 4 posters, 4 reproducible activity sheets, and a teacher's guide.
Decorate your classroom or computer room bulletin board with computer components and illustrated definitions of important computer terms. Plus, use the activity cards and headings to include related student work in the display.
What if your eyes were on your elbows? Students will enjoy responding to this and hundreds of other what-if questions. Each question is followed by two related activities, allowing students to choose the one that best exercises their full creative-thinking power.
Students “think outside the box” as they devise improvements or unusual uses for everyday items, think of new ways to do common tasks, respond to unusual situations, and more. Each of these 192 activities is designed to rev up students’ creative-thinking skills.
Get students’ brainpower and imaginations in gear with these creative prompts. Each pack includes a heavy-duty 8" x 8" acrylic spinner and six interchangeable cards. The cards focus on inventing new ways to do everyday tasks, responding to what-if questions, identifying creative uses for ordinary items, devising new inventions to do everyday tasks, and more.
This giant poster is great for decorating a gym, locker room, the P.E. teacher's office, coach's office, or classroom. It displays some of the typical equipment used in many middle school P.E. programs, from basketballs to bases. It's over 5 1/2 feet tall. The teacher's guide is full of fun related activities.
This poster set is designed to build students’ understanding of what plagiarism is and help them avoid it through good note taking, summarizing, paraphrasing, quoting, and citing sources. Package includes 4 posters, 4 reproducible activity sheets, and a teacher’s guide.
The graphs on these colorful posters focus on cell phone features, types of television shows, and other topics of interest to many students.The posters clearly explain the kind of data each type of graph displays best. Package includes 4 posters, 4 reproducible activity sheets, and a teacher’s guide.
Can groundhogs really predict the weather? Why was the first jack-o'-lantern carved? Students learn the answers to these and many other questions as they complete these creative, fun, and educational activities that focus on holidays throughout the year.