Tips & Strategies for Summer School Teachers (page: 2 of 2)
- Bulletin Board Ideas for Summer
These preschool bulletin board ideas for a summer theme can be made completely by the teacher or students can help. Students of all ages will enjoy turning their classroom into a summer oasis!
- Fun Project Ideas for Summer Art Camp
Are you teaching a summer art camp and don't know where to begin? Here is a basic plan to get you started that combines elements of art with some fun projects.
- Identifying Struggling Readers in Summer School
Summer school is a time for extra academic support and remediation, so teachers need to be prepared to screen for reading problems, then conduct more extensive assessment. Find out how to uncover hidden problems and learn which assessment tools will do the job for you.
- Ideas to Motivate Students to Complete a Summer Reading Assignment
Here are some ideas to incentive summer reading completion that teachers can use to encourage their students. Recognition, giving an exam on the reading, giving extra credit, or giving prizes are some ideas for incentives that are covered.
- Reading Themes for Summer School
If you are teaching summer school this year, you may want to create some themes for reading, instead of having all students read the same book. Here are some ideas and books to go with the themes.
- Two No-Cook Snacks for the Preschool Classroom
Here you will find two preschool recipes that are easy, delicious and engaging. They are also made with very nutritious ingredients.
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