February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and what better time to create some toothpaste in the classroom. This easy science experiment is perfect for preschool and lower elementary grades. It promotes dental health awareness while also getting students excited and thinking about science.
Bundle up; it is cold outside! The winter months are the perfect time to bring a bit of polar fun into the preschool curriculum. Polar bears are an ideal way to introduce some fun learning in a way that is sure to hold your young students’ attention. Get started on a polar bear themed mini-unit
Are you tired of teaching the same apple unit every fall? Are looking for a way to add some variety into your fall lesson plans? Try the “L is for Leaf” lesson ideas below. You can quickly turn students into leaf explorers while breaking free of the same, tired apple unit that you have been
Let nursery rhymes take hold of your preschool or kindergarten class for a week this school year. Instead of worrying about finding activities, try the ideas we have for you below. They are sure to keep your students engaged and make your lesson planning a lot easier. Theme: Nursery Rhymes Objective: To learn five different
If your summer adventures or classroom lessons are taking you under the sea, try incorporating these great ocean theme activities. They are chock full of learning opportunities, skill reinforcement, and fun! The ideas can also be adapted for one child or thirty, depending on the size of your home, class or camp audience.
May is Healthy Vision Month and there is no better time to teach children about eye health and safety. Whether you are a classroom teacher or school nurse, you have the power to change the way students think about vision. Sponsored by the National Eye Institute of the National Institute of Health, Healthy Vision Month