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Want an easy way to teach the inquiry process to your students? Use these five steps in your science, social studies, health, and language arts inquiry writing lessons and activities. This five step inquiry process works well in first grade, second grade, and third grade. Use these posters to support your students as they create inquiry based projects. CLICK to get your FREE inquiry posters today! #writing #inquiryprocess #inquiry #inquiryprojects #1stgrade #2ndgrade #3rdgrade
Melissa McElroy saved to 1st Grade
This past week we have been discussing what belonging to a community means, what communities we belong to (families, class/school, neighbourhoods, sports teams), and the people and places within these communities. We began by discussing the different places we would find in our community and why they are important. Then students had a chance to …
Quinn Duvall saved to Things for the Classroom
Getting started with inquiry based learning can be intimidating. Click through to learn about planning for inquiry based learning!
Patience Arbenser saved to Inquiry based learning
Hi friends! Today I want to share with you our dinosaur inquiry from the past few months! We originally had some dinosaur wonders on our February wonder chart, so we went back to those questions and I also invited students share more questions they had about dinosaurs. Here is what they came up with initially: Why did the dinosaurs go extinct? How did dinosaurs go extinct? Is it true that the dinosaurs died because it go too cold? Back then, were the dinosaurs real or was it just a story?…
Elizabeth Nelson saved to Genius Hour Vision Board
The kids have started noticing signs of fall! They had started bringing me leaves, so I knew it was time to start investigating Fall! I sta...
Rochelle Metzger saved to Fall teaching ideas
In the last couple weeks of school, we decided to do an inquiry about the sky. Our Driving Questions were, "What do we see in the daytime sky? What do we see in the nighttime sky?" The sun, moon and
Sally Chan saved to K Thematic ideas
An inquiry based learning must! The Wonder Wall will keep kids hooked on learning from the beginning of the unit right to the end and beyond!
Here are a few photos of the documentation showing others of our journey as we inquired about color and shades.
Are you having trouble finalizing your schedule? Too many things to cram in to every day? I hear you! Every year this is probably one of the hardest things for me to figure out, so I want to share how I fit everything I need to teach into every day. Here is a peek at what my weekly schedule looked like my last year in the classroom: Now let me break that down for you just a little bit... AM Routines/WTW Sort The first thing my kiddos do every day is pretty typical. They hang up their things…
Maria Ragy saved to Winter camp