Jumping In Lesson
This collection was created in conjunction with the National Portrait Gallery's 2016 Learning to Look Summer Teacher Institute.
The Jumping In lesson helps students to use their creativity in different ways using their five senses (see, hear, touch, taste, and smell). Students will use following sentence starter to help direct students' thinking..
I see, I hear, I touch, I smell, and I taste
The activity can help to exercises their....
Focusing on key details
Asking and answering What, Where, When, When, and How questions
Intro to poetry
The Jumping In lesson is a great way to start poetry and integrating Social Studies and Science. The activity can be done as a whole group discussion, partner work, or independently.Read More »