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  • Step-by-step guide for conducting a successful interview.
  • This Survey (elem/upper elem) Newspaper Center is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Survey (elem/upper elem) Newspaper Center. Guide for conducting a survey. Includes survey tally sheet and blank graph for displaying results.
  • This Origami and Geometry (elem/upper elem) Worksheet is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Origami and Geometry (elem/upper elem) Worksheet. Answer questions about area, perimeter, line of symmetry, triangles and polygons while making a simple origami. Common Core: Geometry 6.G.A1, 5.G.B3, 4.MD.3
  • Directions for making a coral colony. This is not only a fun project, but it is a great way to show students how coral colonies work in a great visual presentation.
  • A two page essay briefly addresses the topics of freedom of speech and banned books. This is followed by a page of suggested creative, persuasive, and research writing ideas for middle school students. Includes a rubric to help with grading; all assignments are open-ended. Banned Books Week is the last week in September.
  • Use this 'Book: Flat Stanley (upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Flat Stanley (upper elem)'. Vocabulary and comprehension questions to enhance the book by Jeff Brown that has become the basis for a popular school project.
  • Step-by-step building of a catapult from craft sticks; this unit presents the elements of a science project (research, hypothesis, etc.) that can be used for this catapult experiment and applied for other science projects in the future.
  • Directions for making an art collage with a natural resources theme.
  • This activity ties in with our "letter Q theme day" unit or can be a fun project on its own!
  • This activity ties in with our "letter W theme day" unit or can be a fun project on its own!
  • A hands-on science project for observing how plants absorb water using dyes to show the process.
  • This is a fun stand-alone lesson or a great tie-in to a "color theme" lesson.
  • Interactive .notebook file used for Smart Board. This 2010 research project asks questions about each mascot from the 2010 winter olympics.

  • Use this 'Short Story: Zoo Experiment Experience (middle/high)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Short Story: Zoo Experiment Experience (middle/high)'. Fictional short story about a student science engineering project carried out at a zoo exhibit. Help students value planning and consider potential outcomes and consequences. Middle/High school level.
  • An eight page set of illustrated templates for creating a lap book on composting, with templates for pockets, flip books, match books, flash cards and more. A great Earth Day project.
  • A form designed to help students reflect on their feelings and progress on a project; for use in classroom portfolios.
  • Short text describes the traditional items used on the half-seen table during Nowruz. Students are guided in creating their own half-seen table, followed by a writing or presentation assignment.
  • A large bar graph charting a recycling project, with tally charts.
  • Use this 'Summer Writing - End of Year Reflections (k-2)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Summer Writing - End of Year Reflections (k-2)'. This is a fun and productive 7 page end-of-the-year project. Students will reflect, draw, and write about their school year memories. Includes autograph and picture pages.
  • This easy project has printables and directions for making a fun Father's Day tool belt with pockets full of tools, each one with a helper coupon.

  • This is a fun way for students to report on the books they read. This project can be used by individual students or the whole class. Included are; cover page/center sign, directions, report form and patterns.

  • Interactive notebook templates guide students in comparing and contrasting election candidates' backgrounds, qualifications, and stances on issues.

  • This Money Umbrella Project is perfect to practice money skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Money Umbrella Project. Fun project to make a present for someone special.
  • Use this 'Project: The Best Vacation Ever (upper elem/middle)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Project: The Best Vacation Ever (upper elem/middle)'. This 16 page vacation planner is a great project to help students understand the process of planning and organizing a vacation. Whether plans are for a low-budget camping trip in a nearby state park, or a fantastic voyage to a faraway country, students will have fun planning budgets, etc., with this unit.
  • Use this 'Project: Interview Someone Older' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Project: Interview Someone Older'. A new year has arrived and you can look forward to reaching new goals. You can also learn from the past and from those who are older than you. Interview someone older than you. Use this form for writing your questions and answers.
  • This Numerical Systems Newspaper Project is perfect to practice counting skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Numerical Systems Newspaper Project. Students create a newspaper featuring a numerical system (Egyptian, Roman, etc.) This lesson comes with specific task suggestions and a grading rubric.
  • Students are required to invent a musical instrument that makes a sound. They must meet the sound project rubric and criteria. At the end of the lesson, students could join together to form a band.

  • Making butter, paper quilts, and weaving! Makes a great learning center or individual projects for school/home. Younger students may need assistance.

  • Explains how pet ownership can be a good educational project and how to set up a successful project. This idea is great for homeschoolers! Illustrated pages for journal entries are available to abcteach members.
  • Use this 'Project: Travel Tags for Books' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Project: Travel Tags for Books'. Write the author, title, and a few details on each travel tag.
  • This Let's Go Shopping! (primary) Project is perfect to practice money skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Let's Go Shopping! (primary) Project. Using coupons from the newspaper, students plan a shopping trip and try to stay within a budget. A good lesson for teaching early money management skills.
  • A French version of the 2017 CD calendar project with directions in English. Weeks begin on Monday according to the French language tradition.

  • A French version of the 2018 CD Calendar project with directions in English. Weeks begin on Monday according to the French language tradition.

  • List of ideas for various butterfly-related projects, including a report, poster and scale model.
  • Simple name poster project. Students design a poster using the letters in their name.
  • Categorize 12 rocks by appearance, hardness, etc. A fun & simple project.
  • A four-part project, easily tailored to the time and interest of the students, for researching, planning, designing, and presenting the ultimate theme park.
  • Students are introduced to some of the basic elements of pointillism (via Seurat's "...Grande Jatte") and then directed towards their own pointillist work. The complication level of the project should correspond to student ability and interest.
  • Students are introduced to some of the basic elements of representative painting (via O'Keefe's "White Iris") and then directed towards their own representative work. The complication level of the project should correspond to student ability and interest.