You may be thinking that oil and water don’t mix. But students will tell you differently when they produce evidence to counter that claim. These three oil and water experiments teach the concepts of solubility and emulsion. Hassle-free, high interest learning is certain!
Discover a multitude of resources to help you teach Newton’s Laws to your science class. As well as quality instruction, you’ll find tools for independent study, and other ideas.
Classic literature exposes students to moral and social issues in the various styles and voices of the great authors of the past. Use this guide beginning from the early elementary grades through to high school. Students will be well prepared for the in-depth study to come in college.
Using varied lesson circumstances improves student learning, as educational research consistently shows. Teaching tally marks to students using the activities presented here provides interactive lessons requiring students’ active participation through full body movements and hands-on activities.
Add some excitement to your classroom festivities. Learn these poems to teach your students. These simple, easy to remember poems are sure to be a blast!
Some parents are unsure of what to expect when they send their children off to preschool, particularly if the experience of communicating with a teacher is completely new. When addressing parent concerns about preschool, teachers can use several methods that encourage progress and positive results.
If you are a teacher of young children looking for ways to strengthen parent – teacher communication, read on. This article focuses on the use and development of communication reports for parents, leading to improved home-school communication.