Tickle your students’ funny bones this week with some perfectly timed Thanksgiving jokes. They are kid-friendly and teacher (and mom!) approved. Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving joke that you share with your children? Share it with us below!
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching. Are you ready with your Thanksgiving crafts and activities for the classroom? The five ideas below are perfect for filling those pre-Holiday downtimes and last-minute small chunks of time.
Has Halloween candy infiltrated your classroom yet? If it has, have no fear! There are some easy ways that you can incorporate it into your lessons without dealing with a class of 28 students on sugar highs.
It is time to iron out those last-minute Halloween party plans for the classroom. While some teachers have parents who are more than happy to plan and run the party, many teachers are left on their own to plan their parties. The three ideas below are perfect party games that combine learning and fun –
Looking for some kid-friendly jokes to bring smiles to your children’s faces on Halloween? Check out the 25 kid-friendly Halloween jokes below. They are the perfect mix of completely-corny and simply-silly jokes that your students will just eat up!
Pinterest can be addicting. It is filled with ideas for everything from language arts lessons to crafts to technology resources. While it can be a great place to find ideas for your classroom, it can also be quite a distraction. If you are searching for fall ideas for the classroom, check out these 7 pins
Halloween falls in the middle of the week this year and what better way to have fun in class than to dress-up for your students. With money and time being at a premium, it is more important than ever to have an easy, inexpensive costume. Check out the six costume ideas below and make this
Columbus Day is October 8th this year and it is time to integrate some history and crafts into your lesson plans. If you are looking for some fun new ideas, check out these five teacher-tested activities below. They combine learning and fun all in one.
Jonathan Chapman, also known as Johnny Appleseed, is credited with introducing apple seeds throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana. While many of the stories about his life and travels are the stuff of American legends, his contribution to the nation’s landscape is evident when the apple harvest begins. Introduce your students to Johnny Appleseed with
The crisp fall weather is slowly creeping in and it is time to transform those Welcome Back to School bulletin boards into some autumn-themed displays. The three bulletin board ideas below are perfect for Common Core State Standards-aligned interactive learning centers and student work displays. Try one in your classroom for some festive fall fun.