Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom

Voter Flyer

Voter Advocacy Flyers

Grade(s):

5, 6

Why is voting not only a right but also a significant responsibility of America citizens?

Our Local Endangered Frogs

Grade(s):

2

Students were engaged with the guiding question, “Where are all our frogs?”. Our local frog species have been declining due to an influx of poisonous cane toads. After being introduced into Australia, cane toads had no natural predators and are now a major threat to native animals.

Low Poly/ Geometric Portraits

Grade(s):

6, 7

Before creating these geometric portraits using Photoshop, students were required to research a person from the African Diaspora who they wanted to use as the subject for their portrait.

The Truth about Climate Change According to Kids

The Truth About Climate Change According to Kids

Grade(s):

3

Third-grade students at Presumpscot Elementary School studied climate change and its impact on the Coast of Maine (lobsters' life cycle) and our economy. 

Endangered Species: Poetry and Portraits

Grade(s):

3, 4

Third and fourth-grade students studied the endangered species of Utah during an expedition called "Save Our Species." The students created an illustrated anthology of poetry to educate others about the endangered species of their region.

Under Pressure

Under Pressure

Grade(s):

12

A documentary film created by the 2019 senior class covering the September Merrimack Valley Columbia Gas explosions and the natural gas industry in Massachusetts and nationally.

Spiral of Theodorus

Grade(s):

8

This project was an integration between the math and art enrichment teachers that helped students cement the concept of Pythagorean Theorem and developed their protractor and ruler skills to a high level of precision.

We the People, Si Se Puede!

Grade(s):

5

Palouse Prairie 5th graders studied our country’s long history of social movements and people coming together to create change in their expedition, We
the People, Se Se Puede!

Mystery Bird Game

Mystery Bird Game

Grade(s):

K

Students conducted fieldwork at Bear River Wildlife Refuge and along the Portneuf as part of their effort to become Ornithologists (bird experts). They researched a specific bird then wrote clues about that bird for the reader to guess.  An artistic collage served as the answer on the back. 

Pages