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Vocabulary exercises should be fun and what better way to get fun from learning than with a book of ridiculously, insane adventure! Captain Underpants strikes again through these vocabulary builders to get the whole class excited about language arts.
Making elementary travel lesson plans can be lots of fun if you choose to focus on more than one topic at a time. Use the information here to make your travel lesson plans as fun as they are educational.
This is a fun and inexpensive chemistry experiment that teaches students about the natural process of cleaning through using natural chemicals. Students will enjoy doing this project.
Take home readers are a staple in most schools. They help young children share the reading process with their families, and provide an opportunity for frequent practise and skill development. This article looks at the National Geographic series fo readers for young children.
Students will be sharper and more willing to learn if they exercise their body as well as their brain. Read on for ideas on how to get your students engaged in active learning environments.
When implementing a curriculum that does not rely on grades to illustrate student growth, what could parents possibly rely on to know their child is making progress?
Teach your class about Pilgrim families and the first Thanksgiving. Children will learn historical facts through games, math and language skills and art projects.
Teaching colors to kindergarteners can be done in so many ways. With this project, each child is given a poster board cut out of a particular color and should be instructed to find things of that color to glue on to the collage. This is a project that can be done at home or in the classroom.
Teach your students about the true meaning behind the Thanksgiving holiday: giving thanks! Make a Thank You box with your classroom as a fun project. All you need is a shoe box and ordinary classroom supplies.
In my last article, I shared the importance of parents and educators reading to children at a young age. Now, I would like to share the books that are at the top of the “must read” list for children’s books. Hey, if you are going to read to your children and students, why not read the best?