|Graphic Organizer Approach to Student Reports on Inventors: Elementary School Display|
Did someone say graphic organizers?
Based on the popularity of my earlier posts containing examples of these kinesthetic-wonders.......
I was THRILLED to see these examples in the hallway.
The reports on iconic inventors presented in three dimensions were so much fun to see proudly displayed during my Author-visit to Kirkersville Elementary.
What an awesome way to extend learning across domains!
The inventors weren't the only portrayal using this graphic organizer style.
Facing them across the hall were a whole bulletin board of 'porcupine' foldables.
|Bulletin Board of Student Graphic Organizers on subject of Porcupines|
As I attempt to figure out what to share/report as we come down to the conclusion of the school year, I thought seeing this student work could perhaps inspire one final project.
Here are my first two blog posts on graphic organizers, just click through to see the TON of Dinah Zike examples I saw on display at these reading conferences:
|Graphic Organizer for Sequencing in Stories|
I hope that these examples of student work jump start your imagination in offering your students (or the children under your roof) ideas to get creative with the material that they are learning!! Here's to creativity in education!!!
Be sure to come back tomorrow for a profusion of butterflies + rainbows in support of the amazing project
SMALL HANDS CREATING HOPE which launches today!!