For older students
- Literary Playlist (grades 6-12): Students focus on characters and themes in literary texts.
- Quadrats to Biodiversity (grade 6): Students learn about density and frequency of different species in natural areas near their home.
- Planning to Thrive (grade 7): Students develop personal health/wellness goals and create and implement plans to achieve those goals.
- Shrinking Our Footprints (grade 5): Students learn about their families’ impact on the environment (in terms of water usage, food waste, etc.)
For Younger Students
- Shapes Museum: Students learn about the different geometric shapes in their immediate environment (homes, yard, or street).
- The StoryTime Channel: Students learn about story elements such as character, setting, and plot by reading picture books at home.
- Rain or Shine: Students observe the weather at home.
- Taking Care of Our Environment: Students help to create jobs and responsibilities to take care of their homes and outdoor spaces.
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Our collection of project ideas is created for a range of grade levels and subject areas. Aligned to Common Core, NGSS, and other national standards, the project cards include driving questions, project descriptions, and recommendations for making products public. Each one offers a great starting point for newbies, and inspiration for more experienced practitioners.