Summer is here! Celebrate with these fun printables that will help kickoff the season with Good Summer Vibes.
When kids think of math, they usually picture worksheets and flashcards. But math doesn’t have to be dull! These active math games get kids up and moving, using their whole bodies to learn facts and skills. Lots of these ideas can be adapted to suit a variety of math concepts, so choose a few to try out with your math students soon.
Not all science experiments require expensive lab equipment or dangerous chemicals. There are lots of cool projects you can do with regular household items.
The summer countdown is on, but the school year is not over yet! So, why not end the year with some great activities to get through those last few days of school? Great end-of-year activities should spice up the schedule, wrap things up, and yet squeeze in a few last moments of student learning and practice before you send students on their ways to summer and the next grade.
Celebrate St Patricks Day in your classroom with these printables from Crayola!
Freshen up your writing activities with some fun spring writing prompts, such as story starters, letters to Mother Nature, and free writing prompts. This time of year makes everyone antsy as summer gets closer, but there’s still plenty of school left, and plenty of time to include writing in your lesson plans!
Whether you need an easy activity for the classroom or an at-home project for the weekend, making books with your child is the perfect choice! Children will absolutely love the opportunity to make their own book, especially after they’re filled with inspiration and determination from all the great books they’ve read at school!
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While Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) has been around for a long time, it is quickly becoming one of the most talked about topics in education. If you’re like us, you’re probably thinking: IT’S ABOUT TIME.
Make your very own postcard to send to a friend or family member!
Exit slips give students the opportunity to reflect on what they have learned, and give teachers invaluable insight into what is sticking with students.
Inspire creative writing in your classroom this winter with fun winter writing prompts. Even reluctant writers will have a difficult time resisting the engaging themes of snowflakes, gifts, and holiday cheer.