Many 5th-grade students are ready to take on the world. Tap into their burgeoning passions with projects meant to solve problems and be shared with the community.
Students learn about key elements of a fairy tale as they retell a fairy tale in modern times.
Students will personify an object and write a story as part of an online book or animated adventure.
Students will write and illustrate an original narrative in the form of a Choose Your Own Adventure interactive story.
Students will illustrate the meaning of an idiom to help others learn these examples of figurative language.
Students will create a digital scrapbook that showcases the viewpoint of the main character.
Students create a card game based on the storyline of a book they are reading.
Students introduce a new hero to the world through an ID card and comic.
Students will develop a movie-style trailer for a book they have read.
Students learn persuasive writing and presentation skills.
Students will build persuasive skills and media literacy as they explore techniques of propaganda and develop commercials that persuade viewers.
Students will write persuasively on a conservation issue and create a public service announcement to promote their cause.
Students will create a visual, or video, poem as they analyze the imagery in a text.
Students will explore length, width, perimeter, and surface area as they design their dream room.
Students create a media campaign to educate about the layers, components, inhabitants, and benefits of soil.
Students will learn about nutrition and create a sample menu for a week of healthy school lunches.
Students design a functional and beautiful garden for a particular audience, developing a scale model, determining costs and materials, and creating a guide explaining how to care for the garden.
Students design and create upcycled products using materials collected at home and school.
Students will create a multimedia report about the systems of the human body.
In this lesson, students write a classroom constitution to ensure everyone is treated fairly and to create a welcoming environment for sharing, growing and learning.
In this lesson, students create an online museum for their community.
In this lesson, students nominate literary characters for each seat in the President's cabinet.
Students will learn about the life of a famous person and create non-fiction porfolio about the individual.
Students will create a daily newspaper edition to learn about the politics and culture of ancient Rome.
Students will create a historical journal from a fictional character's point of view.
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