3 Lesson Plans to Launch the New School Year
If you’re a teacher, you know that the Back To School season is filled with long days of planning, professional development, and getting your classroom ready for that first day of school! Reconnecting with your colleagues and greeting your new students and their families can be energizing, but there never seems to be enough time to get everything finished. The SpacesEDU Team is here to help, and we have created lesson plans for you to use all year! But here are three that will help you build community, spark creative confidence, and encourage clear communication.
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Collaboration Lesson Plan
This lesson is meant to encourage and motivate students to determine how to successfully collaborate and work together as team players to accomplish a shared goal. Although this lesson is specifically tailored for Grade 1, it can easily be adapted to suit any grade level K-6. In fact, all of the SpacesEDU lesson plans can be tailored for your specific grade and purpose.
Creative Confidence Lesson Plan
This lesson will inspire students to develop their creative confidence and not worry about the opinion of others or needing to be perfect. The lesson is designed for grades K-6, but can also be adapted for secondary grades.
Effective Communication Lesson Plan
This lesson plan is meant to encourage and motivate students to express their thoughts and emotions through effective communication. While this lesson plan was developed for primary grades, the key components can be adapted for all grade levels.
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