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Bundle of Project Based Learning Units. Enjoy 5 different Project Based Units that you can implement throughout your year. These are great for cooperative learning, differentiation and for Gifted and Talented. Party Planner, Ice Cream Shop, Fall Festival, Bake Sale, Easter Egg Hunt (160 pages)

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Enjoy 5 different Project Based Units that you can implement throughout your year. These are great for cooperative learning, differentiation and for Gifted and Talented.

Party Planner
Your parents are giving you a birthday party. Since you are getting older, they are letting you decide on the number of friends you want to invite, the theme and entertainment for your party, and the food you want to serve. BUT, you have to stay within your budget of $300. And, you want to get as close to $300 without going
over. “What if” you invited 10 friends to our party, what would be the cost of the party? 12 friends? 8 friends?

Students can use the math and writing activities I provided to plan their party. In this unit:
- Party Resources (websites)
- Party Theme writing activity
- Guest List
- Design an invitation
- Planning Your Party Checklist
- Planning Your Party tables to calculate expenses
- Invent a Party Game
- Design your cake or cupcake
- Develop your Playlist
- Instagram
- Selfies
- Design your layout for your party room
- My Best Birthday Ever writing activity
- Using a Spreadsheet
- Spreadsheet template which includes the formulas

Bake Sale
Everyone loves cupcakes and sweets from a bakery. Now is your chance to open your very own bakery (option: have a bake sale). You’ll have an opportunity to create your own menu, make your favorite flavor and more.

There are some things you need to do so your shop will be a success. It will require you do do some research as you do your planning.

Learn about the history of cupcakes and about some Austin bakeries.
Photos of visit to Nothing Bundt Cakes, Hey Cupcake and Sugar Mamas.
Take a survey to learn about favorite cupcake flavors. Graph results
Create questions for business survey. Record results
Questions about starting a bakery. Choose a name, logo and slogan for your bakery.
Design a store front (use my template or design your own)
Create your own business plan (company overview)
Interview an owner or manager of a bakery.
Create a new flavors of cupcakes and describing words
Create a new cupcake
How to Make Cupcakes and Needs of Our School (Writing)
Design an flyer to advertise your shop. (This can be done on the computer or on a blank sheet of paper.) Make sure to include important info about your shop.
Design business cards
Create coupons for your ice cream shop.
Plan a menu for your bakery. – Students can even create their own design after using this template as a rough draft. 
Inventory (choice of using a spreadsheet)
Plan social media for your ice cream shop
Cupcake and cookie recipes
Use a spreadsheet to take orders and making large recipes.
Design bake sale booth and make a scale drawing.
Invitations
Reflections

Easter Egg Hunt
Your parents have given you permission to host an Easter egg hunt for friends and family. But, they have given you a budget of $300 to plan for food, activities and decorations. 

In this unit, I've provided:
Resources
Easter Egg Hunt description
Bunny graphic organizer
Persuasive writing graphic organizer
A Bunny for Easter writing template
Guest list
Design an invitation
Design an Evite
Organizing Your Party checklist
Organizing Your Party tables
Invent a party game
Color an Easter egg
Design an Easter egg
Color and decorate cupcakes
Playlist
Instagram
Selfies
Grid for layout of party
My Best Easter Ever writing template
Using ratio tables with word problems
Stack it and Graph It – Some of these activities are for younger students.
Spreadsheet for Easter Dinner
Spreadsheet for graphing jelly beans

Ice Cream Shop
Everyone loves ice cream! Now is your chance to open your very own ice cream shop. You’ll have an opportunity to create your own menu, make your favorite flavor and more. This project can be done as a group or individually.

There are some things you need to do so your shop will be a success. It will require you do do some research as you do your planning.

Learn about the history of ice cream, different shops and creameries. (websites and apps)
Photos of visit to Amy’s Ice Cream
Take a survey to learn about favorite ice cream flavors. Graph results
Create questions for business survey. Record results
Questions about starting an ice cream shop
Choose a name, logo and slogan for your Ice Cream Shop.
Design a store front (use my template or design your own)
Create your own business plan (company overview)
Interview an owner or manager of an ice cream shop.
Create a new flavor of ice cream and describe it.
Create a new ice cream sundae.
Design an flyer to advertise your shop. (This can be done on the computer or on a blank sheet of paper.) Make sure to include important info about your shop.
Design business cards
Create coupons for your ice cream shop.
Plan a menu for your ice cream shop. – Students can even create their own design after using this template as a rough draft. 
Inventory (choice of using a spreadsheet)
Plan social media for your ice cream shop
Ice Cream recipes
Use a spreadsheet to take orders.
Additional ideas 
Build a Sundae Game

Fall Festival

Your class is going to host a fall festival. Students will plan their booths, food court, layout and more. But first, students can read Cam Jansen's The Mystery of the Carnival Prize. I've provided comprehension questions and graphic organizers to go with the book.

The Fall Festival unit:

- Resources
- Organizing Your Fall Festival
- Fall Festival Plan
- Evite – (Also create a separate flyer)
- Dimensions for booths
- Pumpkin Carving
- Plan a Fall Festival Booth
- Materials needed
- Purchasing for your Booth
- Planning a Game
- Directions in Playing the Game
- Photo Booth (2 pages)
- Pumpkin Toss
- Face Painting
- Craft Booth with directions
- Food Court
- Menu with costs
- Tickets/ black and white
- Pumpkin Patch
- Pumpkin Walk
- Bottle Game
- Ring Toss
- Festival Layout (2 Pages)
- Carnival Board Game

The Mystery of the Carnival Prize
- Questions
- Following the Scent
- Mapping the Story
- Cause and Effect Cam’s Response
- I Wonder
- Making Inferences
- Suspicious Characters
- Sniffing Out the Problem
- Pre-Reading: Making Predictions
- Vocabulary
- Wanted: Favorite Part of the Story

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Welcome! My name is Sandy Cangelosi and I'm from Austin, Texas. My experience has been at the elementary and middle school levels with instructional technology as a focus. I've provided lessons that are time-saving, easy to use and can be adapted for your curriculum needs. I hope you continue to visit my store as I upload units and lessons which are aligned with essential 21st Century Skills. 

 

 

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