I am a firm believer in sketchnoting and the bullet journal, so it gives me great satisfaction to doodle coloring sheets with a message for a board at our school. Students usually help me fill it in when they are at recess or on a brain break. This year I have no idea how that will work, so I guess I am just hopeful doodling at this point. I decided to video it this time to show that I keep at it until it’s done… everyone can doodle.
“Photography is an immediate reaction, drawing is a meditation.”
My family is full of Star Wars nerds, we watched the original films over and over. We watched them at the $1 movie on weekends, on VHS with popcorn at home, and reluctantly tried the “new” movies as they came out. I don’t think my dad will ever watch all of the newest films, but here’s to hope. To celebrate this year I made this choice board (using Google slides) for elementary students. I spent way too much time on the sticker board from Disney, it is adorable! Click the image for the linked web version. #geekon
Here’s a choice board for elementary students to celebrate upcoming Earth Day! I am a HUGE believer in getting conversation and vocabulary examples out there by using fun clips like the ones below from Peppa, Peep, and the best and original- Sesame Street. Think a 5th grader won’t watch Sesame Street? I have empirical evidence that says they will (12 years worth). Also, embedding these in your lesson helps language learners and those with language delays get ready for the discussion or assignment in a fun, silly way. There is also the small matter of Peppa being my favorite pig ever. Happy Earth Day! (click image for full screen or use this link to share: https://bit.ly/FESEDay)