This is an empty cube that can be used in any way the teacher wishes, it can be adapted to any level as long as they are able to use scissors and glue.
For my class I did a "Daily Routine" lesson, students were given a chart with typical routine examples they could choose from. Each student had to write and draw a picture to represent what they do on a daily basis. They also had to include the time, so 6 clocks were added to the cube, one in each box and students drew the hands on the clock to indicate the time. The boys did exceptional well in this activity and completed the task before most of the girls. This may be due to the fact that the lesson took a tactile or kinesthetic approach. This kind of outcome has never happened before in any of my low level classes. If time permitted, students had a conversation about their daily routine.
Scissors, glue, crayons and relevant chart/sheet to assist lower level students or to get them thinking.