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Student Research Workbooks
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As part of their study of plants, students create observation drawings of the flowers growing in our school garden. Students label the plant parts.
Students practice their listening and speaking skills by giving each other feedback.
Students work cooperatively to program a Sphero to make abstract art.
Working in teams, students use computers to create flyers advertising products they had made by hand.
Students create 3D models of landforms.
Starting with only the primary colors, students learn how to work together to create the rest of the colors of the color wheel.
Students self-assess their teamwork.
Working within groups, students design and create 3D models of a community.
Students study geometric and organic shapes, symmetry, and complementary colors.
Students use observation to accurately draw pinecones.
Students conduct research to create scientific drawings.
Students learn how to write about their discoveries and explorations.
After reading Thomas Locker's Sky Tree, students choose a season, weather, and time of day to depict in their own tree art.
When studying the phases of the moon, students create their own version of Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night.
Students create tunnel books of imagined narratives that describe characters, setting, and events.
Using photos as references, students learn how to draw American symbols.
Students explore the real world on a texture hunt.
Applying their knowledge of a compass rose and a legend, students create maps of imaginary lands.
Working with an ABC pattern, students create collages of caterpillars.
To extend their animal research, students create sculptures of their chosen animals.
Students learn conflict resolution.