November 2010 Archives

Stack Six

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Stack 6.jpgOne of my newly re-discovered favorites, Stack 6 is a variation on the classic Object Retrieval and close cousin to the Bull Ring. It can easily be adapted to any group size, skill level, and most importantly, space. In fact, I was introduced to the idea by a classroom teacher using the activity on table tops. The variations and applications are endless and best of all, putting it together is easy and inexpensive.

Adventures in Physics

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Connecting Adventure to the Classroom

Adventure learning is what we do here at High 5 and there's nothing more fulfilling then when a student's passion for learning is ignited. That's why when Maureen Fagan from Four Rivers Charter School challenged us to bring her physics lessons to life we said, bring it on!

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  • Rachel Sampson: I would like to try this but can't find where read more
  • Jen Ottinger: Hi Ryan! Great words to live by. read more
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  • Ryan McCormick: Thanks Nate, I love this activity and find useful in read more
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