Design and Teach a Game Teacher Resources
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Young computer scientists get to see what it's like to be a software engineer as they use free online software to design a computer game. They play and evaluate games groups created to round out the activity.
National Park Service
What's the difference between hibernation and a good nap? Find out with an engaging life science activity that compares the hibernation habits of grizzly bears and marmots. After learners read an informational passage about each mammal,...
Most of us like to play games, but knowing what to do when a game doesn't go the way one expects is a learned skills. Adolescents with behavioral disorders practice responding to a variety of situations that arise during game play. They...
Here's a 15-page packet packed with ideas for warm-up activities that can be used for drama classes or in content courses. Each activity is coded to indicate materials needed, space requirements and appropriate audience. A great addition...
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Explore ways to make research and writing more interesting. The first in a series of three challenge activities designed to accompany Theme 2: Give It All You've Got involve creating sports cards, designing cereal boxes, and using other...
Seventh graders play physical movement games to enhance their health and research Indian cultures. In this movement lesson plan, 7th graders research Indian movements and use them in physical activity.
Third graders visit their local historic buildings. In this local history lesson, 3rd graders take a trip to their local Heritage Museum and visit a historic building. While on the trip students take pictures. Students then create a...
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Students study basic computer programming and the work of software engineers. In this creative instructional activity students create their own software game.
In this famous people worksheet, students read a selection about Shigeru Miyamoto and complete a variety of comprehension activities including but not limited to a synonym match, spelling, writing and sequencing activities.
Students listen to background information about the origin of the Olympics and then discuss how they think the Olympic Games got its name. They then complete the activity sheets using drawing materials.
Eighth graders participate in a lesson that is concerned with reviewing basic math concepts using the four operations. The activity is composed of a math game that is played by them.
Fifth graders collect and organize data from writing samples, use fractions and decimals to describe the experimental data, and use the experimental results to make predictions about the frequency of letter usage in the English language.
Students participate in a number of different lessons with the intention of improving skills to play handball. Each lesson plan focuses on a certain skill like strokes and serves. The skills have a progression of difficulty until the...
Students and parents partake in a noncompetitive field day. They participate in a Festival Day by playing various games or relaxing in the rest area. In addition, they wander freely around school grounds searching for friends, family,...
Students participate in a cross-age reading program. In this language arts lesson, students choose a class of younger children and read them the book The Legend of the Bluebonnet. Students reflect upon their service project in a journal.
Students explain the steps in the scientific method. In this inquiry lesson, students construct a CEENBoT using website directions. They diagnose and fix the problem after the teacher cause it to malfunction.