Boost the creativity quotient by assigning a travel blog about the digestive system, a packing list for the planets, or an interview with an atom.You’ll inspire students to be better writers while you enjoy new strategies to assess their scientific understanding.
Boost the creativity quotient by assigning a travel blog about the digestive system, a packing list for the planets, or an interview with an atom.You’ll inspire students to be better writers while you enjoy new strategies to assess their scientific understanding.To participate, teachers submit photos of how they celebrated Memphis in their classroom.
You can tell a teacher wrote the book because it’s so flexible and classroom friendly.
Each of the 15 science activities comes with strategies for teaching a creative writing style, whether prose or poetry.
Categories include Power Point & Multimedia, Creative Writing, Graphic Design and International Poster.
While each of Memphis in May’s educational competitions are judged on differing criteria, every Memphis in May competition encourages a show of creativity and demonstrated knowledge of the honored country.
As most of these items in the World Cargo Crate are foreign to the students, photos submitted capture their reactions of interest, surprise, and curiosity.
The winning teacher receives a Memphis in May prize package for his/her classroom and the privilege of being the first to reserve the World Cargo Crate for the upcoming school year.Francis of Assisi ----- Grades 9-12 1st Place Greg Howard- Bowie Reading & Learning Center 2nd Place Gabriel Herberth- Bowie Reading & Learning Center 3rd Place Hoang Trinh- Overton High School CONGRATULATIONS to all the 2018 winners and a big thanks to each student who entered!Check below for this year's winners at each grade level. Francis of Assisi ----- Grades 9-12 1st Place Katie Wiener – Hutchison School 2nd Place Susan Zhang- Houston High School 3rd Place Katherine Mc Candless- Hutchison School CONGRATULATIONS to all the winners and a big thanks to each student who entered!Education Competitions encourage creativity and learning about the honored country among Memphis-area students.Competitions are open to students within the Shelby County schools, private schools and home schools.That’s the idea behind Creative Writing in Science.This classroom resource book featuresactivities that integrate writing with content in life science, Earth and space sciences, and engineering and physical sciences for grades 3–12.See for yourself how rewarding it can be to combine two vital subjects into one class.Get your students started on their phytoplankton comic right away!Create your next presentation about nature with this environmental-themed free template for Powerpoint and Google Slides.It features beautiful watercolor backgrounds inspired by nature and a green and blue color palette.