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Fun and easy activity for back-to-school: use a beach ball to get to know your new class! Blog post by Jessica Lawler @ Joy in the Journey

Fun and easy activity for back-to-school: use a beach ball to get to know your new class! Blog post by Jessica Lawler @ Joy in the Journey

Students are given a little package (or just a couple) M&M's, skittles,etc. and they can choose which questions to answer/share with the group based on the candy color. I like doing in small groups and then sharing out one of thing about each person. : ) More

Students are given a little package (or just a couple) M&M's, skittles,etc. and they can choose which questions to answer/share with the group based on the candy color. I like doing in small groups and then sharing out one of thing about each person. : ) More

Getting to know you activity. Do a different set of questions in each seminar.

Getting to know you activity. Do a different set of questions in each seminar.

Get your students' attention with these unique back-to-school classroom rules posters. Each of the 6 posters include a quote from a famous person which relates to a classroom rule.

Get your students' attention with these unique back-to-school classroom rules posters. Each of the 6 posters include a quote from a famous person which relates to a classroom rule.

This activity helps students understand the differences between elements, compounds, and mixtures. They classify sixteen cards into piles of elements, compounds, and mixtures. Then they complete their student activity worksheet to help show their thinking and further distinguish between elements, compounds, and mixtures. Each example card has both text and a picture, which is especially beneficial for ELL students. The pictures are all original artwork.

This activity helps students understand the differences between elements, compounds, and mixtures. They classify sixteen cards into piles of elements, compounds, and mixtures. Then they complete their student activity worksheet to help show their thinking and further distinguish between elements, compounds, and mixtures. Each example card has both text and a picture, which is especially beneficial for ELL students. The pictures are all original artwork.