Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Lego Procedure Activity: Working with the best of the best...


I work with THE best of the best!  The other teachers in my grade level department are just awesome.  They come up with the greatest ideas and are willing to go above and beyond to reach our middle-level learners.  Here is a short activity that my ultra-talented colleagues (Debbie and Christine) came up with to help kids understand the importance of scientific procedure reading and writing.  They kindly shared the idea (and Legos) with me and it was a real hit in my classroom today!  


1 comment:

  1. Hi Kate,

    This activity sounds great! I would like to try this with my students - was wondering if you had any of the instructions/resources used for the activity? Thanks!

    Brina

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