Students will go on a scavenger hunt to find as many dots as they can around the school. Dots might be in tiles in the ceiling or dots on a binder. Print out the dots page and give to each student. Or, if you're feeling creative, type in your own clues on single dot pages and place throughout the school. When the students arrive at the correct place, they find another clue to lead them somewhere else. Where will the dots take your students?
Sex Before Kissing: How 15-Year-Old Girls Are Dealing With Porn-Addicted Boys
This post comes from an article originally posted by Collective Shout “[I want] better education regarding sex for both boys and girls [and] information about pornography, and the way it influences harmful sexual practices.” These are the words of Lucy, aged 15, one of 600 young Australian women and girls who took part in a just-released survey commissioned […]
Thank You, Mr. Falker is a must read with every upper elementary class. Students will learn from this book what it's like to be learning struggles and what it's like to be bullied. The activities in this unit are organized in before, during, and after fashion with emphasis on the reading/writing connection. Perfect for Back to School or any time of year.