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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Black History Board Competition!

This month at the Hills, the 3rd grade team is in charge of the school's three main bulletin boards. We decided to have fun with this and make it into a competition for the school!

Each board covers an important figure in American History. There are QR codes for teachers, students, or visitors to the building to scan and have a mini-lesson on that specific person.  Each board also has an activity to be completed by classes. Three boards, three class winners!

** Links to download the QR codes and activities for each person are at the bottom of this post!**

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

QR Codes for Dr. King

Activity for Dr. King
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Harriet Tubman

QR Codes for Harriet Tubman

Activity for Harriet Tubman

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George Washington Carver

QR Codes for George Washington Carver


Activity for George Washington Carver
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Make sure to check back in a few weeks to watch the Harriet Tubman poem videos! I can't wait to see what each class prepares!
 
You can also follow students' progress on Twitter:
@generaldelk
#CHEScompetition

Links to download: