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.
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’
The rollout of more intense standards recently has put holiday celebrations on the back burner for some. Thankfully, there is hope of revival as more products and activities are aligned with the standards and curriculum. Today’s “I Spy” Sunday product is one of those items that lets teachers bring back the fun in learning while
It is that time of year again! The weather is colder and the you and your students are all spending a little bit more time in the classroom. Making the classroom feel and look even more inviting than it usually does is a great way to beat the wintertime blues. Check out the following decorating
by Diana Remick, Monthly Columnist The holidays come with mixed emotions for many. I know for me personally, I enjoy the time with my family. I long for sleeping in, resting, reading, playing, and creating. Somewhere in there I also prepare for another half of the school year! I do however worry for so many
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and visions of Valentine’s Day cards and candy hearts are dancing in your students’ minds. This year capture your students’ enthusiasm for the holiday and turn it into a learning opportunity. Check out the seven fun and easy ideas below to make this Valentine’s Day a memorable one.
Love and laughter go hand-in-hand, so it is no surprise that kids love Valentine’s Day jokes. If you want to make your children chuckle, take a look at some of the cute and kid-friendly jokes below. They are sure to bring a smile to their faces!
Have fun this Valentine’s Day season and introduce some crafts in with your lessons. The four ideas below are perfect for decorating the classroom and letting students explore their creative sides. The best part? They are inexpensive to make!
Now, more than ever, emphasizing kindness, compassion, and tolerance are essential character lessons in the classroom. This year, make a point of stressing the importance of those traits in your holiday decor. Decorate your classroom for Valentine’s Day with one of the ideas below that is sure to inspire kindness in your classroom.
This idea comes from Laura, a 1st Grade Teacher, from Akron, OH. Our school has found much success with a variety of drives designed to collect goods and resources to share with those in need.