Everyone’s a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! This is a great time to engage the entire classroom in learning activities that celebrate the traditions of Ireland. Try these festive, hands-on activities for some educational fun that will seem more like playing than learning.
Looking for some new ways to teach your fourth grade objectives? How about some extra ideas for what to add to your curriculum? This 4th grade lesson guide has everything you need for Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies.
Teaching a child to raise his or her hand in the classroom is hard enough, but trying to teach a child with autism to do so can seem downright impossible. Learn the tips and tricks needed to help these children learn this skill and improve their school performance.
The popularity of social media sites among today’s youth means that they have become the default communication tools for a new generation of children looking to communicate with the world around them. But is it appropriate for teachers to friend their students? Of course it isn’t.
Don’t bore your class with common ocean crafts. Widen their horizons with these craft ideas that introduce them to coral reefs, the open ocean and the deep ocean. Celebrate the differences of the ocean and her wonderful sea life!
Whether used for Tooth Fairy Day, National Children’s Dental Heath Month, or as stand-alone activities, these teeth crafts will be a favorite of your class. Brush up your students’ excitement by trying one or all today!
Today there are lots of creative blogging tools for students to use at school, but the five below are specifically catered towards a K-12 audience and come with lots of useful features for teachers and students. So, if you are itching to get your students online, consider the following options.
Stop and read this article if you are looking for some buggy fun in your classroom. Whether used as a supplement to an insect lesson plan, or as simple fun for youngsters, these crafts are sure to send your classroom abuzz.
Right now, there seems to be no shortage of K-12 reading programs. Publishers are having to work hard to make sure that their series’ stand out from the crowd. Many of these programs have similarities, but each one has a slightly different emphasis. Here’s what you can expect.
Explore the many ways to have fun with these deer crafts! Your students will enjoy learning about this popular forest animal and you will enjoy watching their creativeness come to fruition using hands-on-learning.
Public speaking gives students a great opportunity to develop character, leadership and academic skills. Find out how to utilize your local community to develop lessons on public speaking in your homeschool program, along with free and low-cost resources to guide you through the process.
If you’re looking for an easy way to make science meaningful, fun and memorable, take a look at some science labs-in-a-box. Find the information you need to compare features, prices and subjects in this article, and decide if this a good option for you and your homeschooled child.
Shopping for homeschool science tools can seem daunting, but there’s no need for stress when you know where to go. This article highlights some great supply shops that offer quality materials and consistent customer service, as well as tips for planning and budgeting large purchases.
Seventh grade is an important year for homeschooling students and parents, bringing many changes and new growth. This article reviews options in academic, artistic, and Christian 7th grade home studies to help you decide which curriculum will best meet your family’s goals and learning styles.
Adding dance into your homeschool routine is a rapidly growing trend. Nevertheless it’s a challenge to find the right resources to develop a curriculum that motivates and inspires your child. We’ll explore some great ways to get your student’s education moving!
Elementary music games should be both fun and educational. After all, most students learn best when they are having fun at the same time. The sites that follow are as entertaining as they are educational so you can be sure that they will bring the fun factor to your elementary music lessons.