Get out the floor cushions and settle in for a few great Halloween reads preschoolers are sure to enjoy! Don a witch’s hat or give your best spooky voice a try to get your students even more excited about reading. Here are 10 fun books to start with!
With autumn fast approaching, crafts involving pumpkins are a fun way to get preschoolers engaged in the change of the season. Toddlers will have a blast making and experiencing a variety of pumpkin projects and activities. Here are five fun pumpkin crafts to get your early childhood learners celebrating autumn in no time!
Having themes in the preschool classroom is a wonderful way to get toddlers engaged and excited about learning. Focusing on a particular topic and providing children with specific lesson plans and activities about that subject makes learning fun. Here are a few ideas of September themes for your preschool.
The end of the school year can be bittersweet. While you (and your students!) are excited that summer vacation is just around the corner, it can be sad to see a good class move on to their next journey. Shernice, a 3rd/4th Grade Teacher from Los Angeles, California understands the importance of celebrating the year.
Guest post by Lori Wolfe St Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! I love using this holiday to teach about idioms!
Read Across America Day (also known as Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!) is March 2nd. If you are trying to figure out some quick, last minute lesson ideas, take a look at the ones below. Not only are they fun, but they can open students’ eyes to a world outside of the classroom.
The 100th Day of School is a great time to celebrate and break out the art supplies for some fun and creativity. The 100th Day of School Feathered Friend is a great example of how little learners can use their imaginations to show their 100th Day pride. With only a few easy-to-find materials and a
Start planning now for Black History Month with some amazing children’s books that are perfect to share with your elementary students. While Black History Month doesn’t begin until February 1st, it runs the entirety of the month and offers teachers a great opportunity to discuss history. The books below are sure to hold your students’
Oh the weather outside is frightful, but the gift giving list is so…long! By the time December rolls around, picking out gifts for friends, family, and co-workers can be exhausting. But wait! You can’t forget the school’s support staff on that gift giving list. Without terrific paras, amazing custodians, fabulous school secretaries, lovely cafeteria workers,
The holidays are quickly approaching and with them comes the stress over what to get for your young learners. Thankfully, the product ideas below are a great way to get all of your shopping done while also adding a fun, educational flair to the gifts for the children on your list. Teacher tested and parent