Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom

Fabulous Fox, Fabulous Fox, Who do you see?

Grade(s):

K

Picture book about emotions and empathy.

The Amazing PreK/K Superheroes

Grade(s):

Pre-K, K

Comic book illustrating individual stories of students acting as heroes in real life

Pieces of Me

Grade(s):

3

Book featuring students' favorite body parts through black and white photography and hand-written text

Dried Tears

Dried Tears: Voices from the Time of Slavery

Grade(s):

5

Fifth grade students at the Polaris Charter Academy in Chicago, Illinois created this book as part of a study on slavery in the United States in the 1800s.

Healthy Snacks Recipe Book

Grade(s):

1, 2

Bilingual cookbook based on students' knowledge of the food pryamid and healthy snacks

Staff Class to the Past

Staff Class to the Past

Grade(s):

8

Eight grade students at High Tech Middle Chula Vista in Chula Vista, California wrote and illustrated this book about time travel. It started with a dream that their teacher had in which the entire eighth grade class went back in time with her to visit the 16 most important events in U.S.

Unlocking Change

UnLOCKing Change: One Invention at a Time

Grade(s):

6

As part of a yearlong study of public art, sixth grade students at Genesee Community Charter School in Rochester, New York learned about the importance of water in the development of civilization.

Shared Space

A Shared Space: Biodiversity and the Tijuana River Watershed

Grade(s):

7

Seventh grade students at High Tech Middle Chula Vista created this book to discover and document the diversity of living organisms seen daily around their school.

A Microscopic World of Wonder

Grade(s):

5, 6

Information about microorganisms along with illustrations inspired by Ernst Haeckel.

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