Remarkable Ideas January - March
Ideas for the month of January
Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.?
In this Remarkable Idea, students will learn about the life of the man who changed our nation, Martin Luther King, Jr., and how his ideologies are still relevant in the classroom, school, and community today.
Staying Warm Like Penguins Do
In this Remarkable Idea, students simulate the insulation of a penguin and how they keep warm in the cold. They can then go on to make observations about the outcome and discuss the outcome they observed.
In this Remarkable Idea, a sensory-based activity, students will find objects hidden in "snow" that they create from common household objects.
100th Day of School
In this Remarkable Idea, explore the number 100 and improve students' number sense. The hundredth day of school is an exciting opportunity for students to explore the number 100 through activities, discussions, and art projects allowing students to gain a better understanding of what the number 100 means to them.
Ideas for the month of February
In this Remarkable Idea, students will learn about Groundhog's Day, create their own groundhogs, and eat a Groundhog Day treat.
In this Remarkable Idea, have fun with your students by creating valentines for their parents, playing a custom game of guess who, and showing them you care with a heart shaped cake.
George Washington - I Cannot Tell a Lie
In this Remarkable Idea, students learn about George Washington and that he always tried to tell the truth. Learn about the difference between a truth and a lie.
Ideas for the month of March
St. Patrick's Day Fun
In this Remarkable Idea, students celebrate St. Patrick's Day with food, games, and even build a trap to try and catch that pesky leprechaun!