Fact of the Day Posters or Slides - Brain Breaks or Bell-Ringers Trivia Activity

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Fact of the Day Posters or Slides - Brain Breaks or Bell-Ringers Trivia Activity: Kickstart your classroom discussions with these captivating fact of the day slides or posters. With 100 slides packed with intriguing random facts, you'll have your students hooked from the get-go. Display these facts of the day on the board to ignite lively discussions or use them as engaging bell-ringers to kick off your lessons. These also work well brain breaks to reengage students' attention and spark curiosity throughout the day. Display these each day or print them and create a fact of the day bulletin board. Get ready to inspire hallway conversations as your students eagerly share these fascinating facts with their peers!

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Included In This Fact of the Day Bell-Ringer or Brain Breaks Resource:

➡️ Fact of the Day PowerPoint: Engage your students with fascinating information using this comprehensive resource featuring 100 slides of intriguing facts accompanied by colorful and eye-catching images. Whether projected on a screen or printed for display, these facts serve as excellent bell-ringers or brain breaks. Students will be captivated by the surprising facts and they work well to inspire discussion!

Sample Facts from This Bell-Ringer or Brain Breaks Resource:
  • The microwave oven was invented by mistake. An engineer testing a magnetron tube noticed that the radiation from it melted the chocolate bar he had in his pocket which led to the invention.
  • A popular airline company saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each first-class passenger’s salad plate. This true story is often used to show how even seemingly small adjustments can have a notable impact on the bottom line when applied on a large scale.
  • Watermelons in Japan are often square. Farmers place watermelon fruits into square-shaped containers, allowing them to naturally assume the shape of the container as they grow. The square shape makes them easier to stack and store in refrigerators!
  • Cleopatra lived closer in time to the moon landing than to the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza. She lived about 2,500 years after the pyramid was constructed but only around 2,000 years before humans landed on the moon.
and many many more!

What Teachers Are Saying About This Fact of the Day Bell-Ringer or Brain Breaks Resource:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students enjoyed coming into my class and seeing the fact of the day. Sometimes it brought up a discussion as to the validity of the 'fact' and so students went and fact checked what was presented to them.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students enjoyed learning our fact of the day! I projected it on the Smartboard every day during our homeroom and it was a great conversation starter.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I have implemented these brain breaks as a journal entry as part of bell work in each of my blocks. The students love to see the Fact of the Day, and most are amazed at them. They get excited about seeing what the fact will be each day. This activity is a fun way to get class started, and the students are learning information that they might not otherwise learn.

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