Pows and Wows - This is a great game to help a classroom or team of students build camaraderie. Collect donations for a silent auction with an online sign up! Ask for rules of operation in math, grammar rules, memorized amendments, etc. For example, for each yellow Skittle, they must say a favorite food.
Provide each student with a sealed see-through bag containing an assortment of "coins. For example, if a student sits down after three rolls of the die showing 4, 6, and 1, he or she has a score of The next person must then name the items before them and add their own item on. When did you leave your house this morning?
Name Pictionary - Have students write their names by drawing pictures of objects that start with the correct letter. Have each student show a scar and explain how he got it.
Giant Jenga - Buy a giant Jenga set and put a question on each block! Line it Up - See how fast your group can get into an alphabetical line based on their names. It is important that you use every minute that you have with your students.
Get Creative For students who love art or are visual learners, these colorful ideas are sure to be a hit. Brainstorm ideas for class projects. Find a few dozen more activities in our 5-Minute Fillers archive.
Treats for the nose touchers is always a nice touch. Or one good reason not to!
In five minutes, they must cover one person in the group as completely as possible with Post-it notes. Assassin - One student stands in the middle of a circle. The seated student s with the highest score wins.
Rock Star - Split your group into two teams.
Have one student call out a noun, a second student call out an adjective, and a third student call out a verb. Education World decided to go to the best source and ask some innovative teachers what they do. Finally, take off the blindfolds and try to match the portraits to the people!Twelve Assignments Every Middle School Student Should Write is a revision and expansion of Gary’s earlier book, Middle School Writing Projects: Ideas for Writing Across the Curriculum.
With this book, Gary has offered a roadmap for both using writing. Give students ten minutes to search for the person who fits the description on the card they hold. My Classmates and Me Volume 4: Activities for the First Day of School Volume Back-to-School Activities Volume 5: All-About-You Activities for the First Days of School Volume More Fresh Ideas for Opening Day Volume 6: Get to.
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this middle school activity makes a great. FOURTEEN MINUTE ACTIVITIES Storytelling. Have them turn the pictures into postcards by writing their home addresses on the backs of the cards. Avery Middle School, Newland, North Carolina A Tangled Web Gather students in a circle sitting around you on the floor.
Hold a large ball of yarn. Start by telling the students. Engaging Writing Activities to Increase Skills and Motivation for Middle School Students By Alicia Accapezzato Submitted to the Department of Education and Human.Download