6-7 yrs old
8-10 yrs old
Art and Design
Students work on their own individual contributions to produce
a garden filled with both abstract and representational sculptures
November 1, 2016
The World's Greatest Sculptures
Show your students world's greatest sculptures from around the world.
A sculpture garden is a beautiful place filled with interesting statues and sculptures. Some sculptures are representational, which means they look like a real-life person or thing. Others are abstract, which means made of up shapes that do not resemble a real-life thing. Which of the statues below is abstract, and which is representational?
Students will be able to create either a representational or abstract sculpture and reflect on their experience in building it.
Empathy Education with MCEE
Allow your students to develop Empathy Skills
LEARNING ECONOMICS: PRODUCTIVE RESOURCES
Students learn the use of resources to build.
Can you win a bridge building competition?
Solving multiplication problems using arrays
Introduce students to alternative energy sources.
Machinima / Comics
Students recreate important moment from literature
Make 2 Sides connect
Students will explore the basics of engineering.
Dynamic Ecosystems Project
Mastering ecosystems concepts, ideas, principles
Patterns and motifs
Patterns & motifs convey culture and heritage
Mission to Mars
Plan a trip to mars and build a sustainable colony
Timecraft – History EDU Review
Students use provided locations & demo History EDU
Farming Industrial Revolution
Experience life pre & post industrial farming rev
Events in Programming
Learn about events and event handlers.
Creation of Geometrical Sculptures in Minecraft
The Dragon Realm MinecraftEDU
An Epic Empathy EDventure Gamifying Literacy
Build with the agent
10 building exercizes with automatic testing
Moon Craft 2.0 Lunar Learning
Students learn about the Moon & NASA's LOP-G
Angler Arithmetic – Cool Math!
Fishing Competition Teaches Math in Engaging Way
Parkour w/ Code!
Design a Parkour Course w/ Simple Code
Build a Fort
Understand the function of a fort.
Redstone Resorts – MDM
Build Redstone Resorts' Minecraftia Del Mar!
The Force of Minecraft!
Energy forces in Minecraft? Where's the evidence?
Students build a sustainable classroom
Sensors in Monitoring and Control Systems
The Fire Escape – MinecraftEDU
A Smart Home Has A Family Fire Exit Strategy
MHL Winter Classic Project
Convert Soccer Stadium into outdoor Hockey Rink
Music Coding Projects
Using Redstone to create musical loops & functions
The Wild Robot Escapes
An intro lesson for the book Wild Robot Es
Up and Atom
Create Working Models of Atoms
Aquanaut Aquarius – Habitat II
A Skype Field Trip Companion Experience (Or Not)
Using code and note blocks to create rhythm loops
Part of Whole Art (fraction)
Create pic using fractional parts
Media Lit meets Willie Wonka
Expanding on MEEs Charlie&TCF Lessons now4MediaLit
Explore 1st quadrant
Mine Solar Car Lab
Students visit the ‘Mine Solar Car Lab’
Blokby i forandring-Upcycling
Nedrivning og upcycling i Minecraft
~Types of Media~ (MINECRAFT)
Introduction à la programmation en 2nde
ANZAC Parade re-creation
Students recreate the monuments in ANZAC Pde, ACT
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Silver Buttons Mapping Spread
Students build an illustrated spread from the book
This lesson is a part of an eTwinning project