While in a school today (St. Mary School Royal Oak, Michigan), I stopped to look at these fabulous displays of creativity. Not only was this hallway display colorful and creative, it was educational and funny!
A simple, yet effective and creative way to teach the process of a cell.Students after reviewing lesson with their teacher Mrs. Lapenta, they were given the rubric for a “Cell Process Cycle Cartoon”. Students had to incorporate the vocabulary given and create a cartoon strip displaying the process reviewed in class. Thinking “Outside of the Box” can take learning to new and exciting places for you and your students.
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