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Would You Rather…?

Instructions: Introduce the game to the students by demonstrating it with a fellow mentor. Example: “Bob…would you rather eat snails for lunch every single day or...

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My Future Budget

Materials: Laptops Have website recommendations ready for research before activity (groceries, housing, cell phones, etc.) Print and copy handouts Google Classroom with recommendation links available to students for...

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Catapult Competition

Materials: Popsicle sticks, plastic spoons, rubber bands (all sizes), masking tape, light weight ball (ping pong, plastic golf ball) to launch. Optional items: paint stir sticks, paper...

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Career Bingo

Materials: Laminated or paper bingo cards Laminated or paper calling cards Beans, skittles, M&M’s, or mini pom poms >   Instructions:   Mentors will introduce each job description in a PowerPoint presentation...

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Christmas Math Pennants

Check out the following activity to create Christmas math pennants. Math pennants are a fun way to show off students work. Math pennants also bring...

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CPS Curriculum At A Glance

We are pleased to be able to offer our adopting companies the Cincinnati Public Schools’ Curriculum at a Glance. This document details the standards each...

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Attention Grabbers

As mentors, it is valuable to have good attention getters to calm a noisy classroom. If you are in need of some great attention getters...

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Icebreaker: Pick a Topic

Materials: Colored popsicle sticks (red, blue, yellow, green, purple, orange) OR colored crayons. Approximately 3 of each color A paper bag for the...

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