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Comic strip. Pantomime-youtube. Act Out Chinese character. Charlades. Body-Smart Paper Airplane - Science. "Does the design of a paper airplane affect its distance?". Puzzle (hygiene puzzle). Writing Through Origami. Origami Fruits. Positional Words. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • *By Pollyanna Wang

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  • Comic strip*By Pollyanna Wang

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  • Pantomime-youtube *By Pollyanna Wang

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  • Act Out Chinese character*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Charlades*By Pollyanna Wang

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  • Body-SmartPaper Airplane - Science "Does the design of a paper airplane affect its distance?" *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Puzzle (hygiene puzzle)*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Writing Through Origami*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Origami Fruits*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Positional Words*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • (Role-Play the Story)

    *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Body SmartUse Play dough to Make a Story

    *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Create a board game based on a book they read

    *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Felt Art*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Body SmartCreat/participate a scavenger hunt *By Pollyanna WangBasic Spanish for the Virtual Student http://www.studyspanish.com/pronunciation/index.htm How do you pronounce the vowels in Spanish? _______________

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Cut Symmetrical Characters *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Word Smart Readers theater*By Pollyanna WangFree Script---http://www.aaronshep.com/

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture Smart-how many faces?

  • Picture Smart

  • Art Journals *By Pollyanna Wanghttp://www.catherinecheek.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/lauras-art-journal-l5.jpg

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Comic Strip*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Create bulletin board*By Pollyanna Wanghttp://sitemaker.umich.edu/caseyhaapaniemi/files/word_study.jpg

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Visual Sentences*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Comic Strip-cover one picture*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Comic Strip-cover one picture*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Change the ending*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Change the ending*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Common Craft*By Pollyanna Wanghttp://www.commoncraft.com/

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture SmartCaterpillar Story*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Draw the sentence*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Monster Picture*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture SmartMonster Picture*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture SmartFruit Guy

    *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture SmartSide Walk Drawing*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture SmartFelt Dumpling*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Write a Picture Book*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

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    By Pollyanna Wang

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    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture SmartLap Book*By Pollyanna Wanghttp://www.squidoo.com/lapbooking

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Picture SmartTangram Tales*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Music SmartMood Music*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Music SmartChange Words to a Song*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Number (reasoning) smartmake a timeline*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Number (reasoning) smartTimeline*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Number (reasoning) smart Ask if .thenquestion*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Number (reasoning) smartVenn Diagrams

    Venn diagrams, flow charts, graphs, mind maps.*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • People Smart Joint Story-writing*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • People SmartRead poetry in different mood*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • People SmartPopcorn Readingstudents pop in and outStudents pay more attentionCan use students own writing*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • People SmartJigsaw*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • People SmartDebateSlide 2*By Pollyanna Wang

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  • Self SmartWrite a journal or diary*By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • Self SmartKeep a to do list *By Pollyanna Wang

    By Pollyanna Wang

  • http://www.eslbase.com/articles/art.asphttp://iteslj.org/Techniques/In-Origami.htmlhttp://english.moe.gov.tw/ct.asp?xItem=7022&ctNode=504&mp=1http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0STR/is_n5_v107/ai_20352053/ http://storyconnection.net/blog/category/crafts/http://zero-to-eight.blogspot.com/2008_10_01_archive.htmlhttp://www.ehhs.cmich.edu/~eheasley/MRA00.htmlhttp://www.lth3.k12.il.us/rhampton/mi/LessonPlanIdeas.htm#Logical/Mathematical

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    Body-SmartAct out a book or chapter they read and the rest of the kids guessBody-Smart*Body-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartSTEPS TO FOLLOW: Have the students form teams. Have students select a vocabulary word from the pile of cards. Each student should illustrate the word with pantomime. The first team to say the word gets a point.

    *Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartWrite an article and make it into a puzzle.*Body-SmartBody-SmartOrigami-folding paper*Body-SmartBody-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartAsk students to write the new words on the paper, fold the one that you read after they are done writing.*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartplaydoughBody-Smart*Body-SmartBased on a book that you just readBody-Smart*Body-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartBased on the topic of studyBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartReader's Theater is reading a story like a play without memorization, props or a stage. Students each take a character role and read their part with expression, meaning and enthusiasm in small non-threatening groups. Putting on a single theatrical play in a student environment can require a great deal of planning, preparation, and practice, and it may only provide a spotlight for a handful of students. Readers Theater, on the other hand, is easy to implement on a daily or weekly basis and provides a balanced platform for "all students to shine." Reader's Theater gives students an outlet for creative expression and a safe platform for building reading confidence which translates into success in many other areas of their lives. Strong reading and comprehension skills are the cornerstone for a successful educational experience. Readers Theater is a well-known fluency building strategy that engages and entertains students while they learn and improve their skills. Readers Theater is an approved method of "Repeated Guided Oral Reading," making it research-based.

    Body-Smart*Body-Smart*Body-Smart*Body-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartUse pictures to build up the sentences or stoires*Body-SmartBody-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartInsurance company explaintwitter*Body-SmartBody-SmartGive each student a caterpillar body, after student add the content, (fruit, shopping, animals)*Body-SmartBody-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartLapbooking can be done by any learner-- from preschoolers to adults. With this educational method, you make mini-books covering details that you've studied. After making a variety of mini-books about a larger topic, all the books are put together in a large folder. The finished product is called a lapbook because it's large and covers your lap. The completed lapbook will serve as a review tool as your children refer to it over and over again. And if you have to keep a homeschool portfolio to document learning each year, lapbooks can be a very impressive addition. Body-Smart*Body-SmartTangram piece can be used to create story*Body-SmartBody-SmartChoose a mood music for a storyBody-Smart*Body-SmartChinese tones are associate with pitch, so its important to choose the words for the music.Body-Smart*Body-SmartTimeline to order events.Body-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartVenn diagrams are most often used to show similarities and differences between two or more items. When used to compare two items, they may be referred to as double bubble charts.Graphic organizers are powerful ways to help students understand complex ideas. By adapting and building on basic Venn diagrams, you can move beyond comparison and diagram classification systems that encourage students to recognize complex relationships. Analyze similarities and differences of various pieces of literature*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartBody-Smart*Body-Smart*Body-SmartBody-Smart*Body-SmartBody-SmartBody-Smart*Body-Smart Body-Smart*Body-Smart*Body