How do you celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with your students? There is so much to teach, so much of a legacy left by Dr. King, and this is one of the more important topics we need to get to students. It can also be tough to teach this in a grade-level appropriate manner. I have… Read More
We always talk about Google Slides and Google Docs, but we rarely use Google Sheets with students. This is an attempt to teach students in grades 2-5 a bit about Sheets in a FUN way using Mystery Pixel activities. See all Mystery Pixel resources here.Here’s the quick version of what kids will do…1. Students research a topic using web sites,… Read More
Do you use Google Classroom™ or Google Slides™ with your students? This project easily allows students to reflect on 2019, while setting goals for 2020 using Google Slides™. If you’re not sure how to use a digital resource with students, follow the steps below. **You will need this resource to complete the project with students. You can snag the project… Read More
You’ve heard of STEAM and STEM, but how about STREAM? The ‘R’ stands for reading and is such an important part of our day! I SAW and SEE a need to integrate reading into our STEAM and STEM activities, which is why I decided to start creating these projects that are directly related to a read-aloud. Here’s how you can… Read More
Looking for STEAM resources in your classroom? Here are some ideas to integrate the individual projects as stand-alone projects, into your curriculum, or into a STEAM club!
This back to school selfie project is great for the first days back to school. Using Google Classroom and Google Slides, share this project with students. They then take a selfie and use emojis to tell a bit about themselves. Once finished, students can print the project, cut, color, and glue together for a wonderful hallway or bulletin board display.