This is always such a huge success in my room! This is a FREE activity you can find all over the Internet. Click here for the link to my favorite FREE lab sheets!
You need gummy worms, gummy life savers, plastic cups, and paper clips to do this lab! It is a great review of the scientific method!
I hope you enjoy saving FRED!
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LOVE this idea! I started making borders many years ago, especially when I could not find any cute borders to go with the content subjects we were working on.
The kids each get one sentence strip, we use the back side of the strip. Then fold the sentence strip in half, in half again, and in half again (until there are 8 folded sections total on the sentence strip). We draw a line on each fold and then write a vocabulary word associated with the topic on the bottom and draw and color a picture for the word above the line. The bulletin board display looks great when the borders are handmade!
Hope this is an idea you can use!