Sunday, March 3, 2013

Here's another question...

So, here I sit on a Sunday afternoon, report cards done, trying to motivate myself to create a study guide for my students for science.  But I'm stuck!!  I can't even think where to start! How lame is that??  So, here is my question: do you make study guides for your students? If you do, what do you put on it?

Have a great rest of the weekend, and hope your week is fabulous!


  1. One way we study for a science or social studies test is with a matching game. One card has a vocabulary word or major concept. A different colored card has the definition or describes a concept. Students read and match the cards. Think of it like Jeopardy, but made on paper. I made 2 by 5 grid on the computer that I can reuse. We do it in class and I send it home.

  2. I do make study guided for the kiddos. I usually make the study guide a reflection of what is going to be on the test (I put very similar questions). I found your adorable blog on the Honey Bunch designs site. Very cute! I am a new follower!
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