Learning with M&Ms: learning across the curriculum and beyond - Julieverse

Learning with M&Ms: learning across the curriculum and beyond

M&M ice breaker game (use with stand up, hand up, pair up)- icebreaker game idea.

Guess Who? Cards are a simple time-filler activity for those times that you need to fill about 5 minutes before recess or lunch, or the end of the day. This activity also strengthens sense of belonging and community in the classroom. See this blog post for a brief explanation of how you can get started in your classroom.

Guess Who? Cards are a simple time-filler activity. This activity also strengthens sense of belonging and community in the classroom.

Ice breaking activities for the first few days of school to help build a community atmosphere.

Kindergartners Retell Stories With Photo Story

Building a classroom community is very important and is an indicator of success…

Pass the Clap - A Fun Game! This is a game with many benefits in the classroom, and plenty of giggles, too!

Pass the Clap - A Fun Game!

A couple of years ago, I learned a fun circle game called "Pass the Clap". My kiddos really love it, and it's got many benefits! It's a nice break from the regular It helps the children

This would be a very fun activity the first week of school! Teacher says a statement (ex. Switch sides if you like hot dogs more than pizza.) and the students either stay or move. The kids could also talk about why they did/didn't move. Fun back to school ice breaker!

This would be a very fun activity the first week of school! Teacher says a statement (ex. Switch sides if you like hot dogs more than pizza.) and the students either stay or move. The kids could also talk about why they did/didn't move.

End of year awards have been added to this growing bundle of faculty meeting fun!  Use these activites to ease stress and take a break from professional development.  Customize the awards or use the templates included.The "Would You Rather" game includes custom silly questions that only a teacher would understand.

Teacher Morale Game "Would You Rather" Plus Awards

*Now fully editable*Fun custom questions for teachers. Faculty "Would You Rather" Game for faculty meeting fun and stress relief. Plus Funny (or serious) Teacher Awards for Staff Meetings.Some examples from the Would You Rather game:Eat the school lunch

Jade Iceberg, Antarctica - Enormous hunks of ice break off from the ice shelf, creating icebergs. When one of these icebergs overturns, its jade underside is revealed. The wondrous color of this ‘marine ice’ results from organic matter dissolved in the seawater at those great depths.

Marine ice - Jade and striped icebergs form when seawater freezes to the underside of massive ice shelves. When chunks of ice break off from the ice shelf and overturn, the jade underside is revealed.

Building a classroom community is very important and is an indicator of success. Icebreakers and other activities are important to implement during the first days of a new school year. It is important for all students to feel welcome and a part of their small community which actually a part of an even bigger one. Feeling comfortable will help create resilient learners that have confidence in sharing their ideas without fear of being judged.

Kindergartners Retell Stories With Photo Story

Building a classroom community is very important and is an indicator of success. Icebreakers and other activities are important to implement during the first days of a new school year. It is important for all students to feel welcome and a part of their s

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