Judith Rohlf, who teaches at Ecole Fernand-Seguin in Ste-Foy, Qubec, Canada, submitted this week's lesson, a language arts activity in which students hunt for hidden eggs.
Students work together to find paper or cardboard eggs hidden in the classroom. Although originally designed for ESL students, this activity may be used in language arts classes or adapted for use in foreign language classes.
Students describe (orally and in writing) the precise location of an object.
logic, location, prepositions, social skills, teamwork, egg hunt
See the Classroom Easter Egg Hunt Web site for a description of the lesson. This activity is copyrighted; however, its creator has granted permission for teachers to use it in their own classrooms.
At the end of the hunt, you may correct papers aloud with students or pick up the papers and grade them.Lesson Plan Source
Judith Rohlf, (email@example.com) cole Fernand-Seguin, Ste-Foy, Quebec
Originally published 04/24/2000
Last updated 02/08/2008
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