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Marshmallow Challenge
The Marshmallow Challenge is a fun activity for middle school math classrooms that engages students in problem solving and collaboration as teams try to build the largest free-standing spaghetti structure.
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Check out our collection of brain teasers, like this rebus puzzle! These printable activities help students develop critical thinking skills.
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Balloon and straw tower. Competition and activity to promote group work, team work, etc. Give teams tape, balloons, and straws. Give them a time limit. The goal is to create the tallest structure that can stand alone.
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5 Ways to Stop Bullying.  This Character Ed Activity inspired a passionate discussion with my 6th grade students.  It's simple but powerful.  We used decorative scissors and foam to make it fun. Counselling Activities, School Counsellor, Decoration, Anti Bullying Lessons, Bullying Lessons, Counseling Activities, Anti Bullying Activities, Elementary Counseling
5 Ways to Stop Bullying. This Character Ed Activity inspired a passionate discussion with my 6th grade students. It's simple but powerful. We used decorative scissors and foam to make it fun.