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Winter Projects for Your Classroom with Buncee

December 13, 2015

Wintertime can often be hectic for teachers. So how can you incorporate winter projects? Buncee could be the answer to your cold-weather classroom blues! Holiday breaks, standardized testing, and indoor recess – it is a busy time of year. Things can go from mundane to madness in just a matter of weeks. But here’s the good news: keeping your class engaged and focused doesn’t have to be a struggle anymore. With fun, effortless lessons at your fingertips, your class will be learning at a steady rate without even realizing that they’re achieving mastery.

Winter Projects for Your Classroom

Winter Projects for Your Classroom with BunceeTake projects to the next level all season long, when you encourage your students to pull together buncees that involve their creative brains. Your kids will bring topics to life by personalizing their projects. You’ll be able to clearly see where they’re succeeding, with a simple visual assessment. With the ability to combine multimedia and the ease of drag & drop functionality, even kids at the kindergarten level can utilize buncee to demonstrate their knowledge.

Learn more by visiting Buncee’s website!

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