Use this collection of lessons, tips, and resources to help you teach students of any grade level about the discipline of economics. You can use them as stand-alone resources or modify them to suit your needs.
Odds are you homeschool because you want your children to get the very best education you can give them. If you are a Christian homeschooler, you also want them to have an education that is founded on a Christian worldview. Here’s a collection of resources, teaching tips and curricula to help you.
Are you looking for some out-of-the-box ideas to take your art lesson plans from just all right to outright awesome? If so, you will love the collection of resources we’ve gathered together for you to use. Browse through our library of expertly written articles for tips, techniques and inspiration.
Whether you are an educator, children’s ministry leader, or concerned parent, you may find sourcing Christian based lessons to preschoolers challenging. At Bright Hub, we have done the legwork for you and created a comprehensive guide to lessons for these little learners written by our experts.
Get ready to get your class moving to the beat with this collection of songs, poems and fingerplays designed especially for these little learners. Whether your class needs to learn their ABCs or sight words or you just want to celebrate a special season or holiday, you’ll find an activity to suit.
As you work through this guide, you will see that we have included lesson plans, art projects and activities all based on Eric Carle books such as “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” or “The Tiny Seed.” We did this to give you an opportunity to group these resources for repetition and reinforcement.
Recordable books like those from Hallmark make a thoughtful and original gift. Divorced or deployed parents use them to maintain a connection with kids; grandparents and other involved individuals do the same. They improve reading skills and the recorded memories last forever.
Children with autism benefit from special resources like task boxes. A kindergarten level child can use these boxes to develop small and large motor skills, learn colors and shapes, and recognize patterns and sequences. Find out more about two of the best sources for these work boxes.
Service dogs give valuable assistance to disabled children in various ways; alerting them to danger or opening doors. Are schools that bar these working dogs discriminating against special needs children? Do they violate the ADA by refusing the dogs access? Here’s one side of the story.
Using animal helpers with autistic children is growing in popularity. Service dogs show great promise in being able to calm the children, keep them safer, and reduce behavior disruptions and meltdowns. However, they may not be appropriate for your family. Here’s some information to help you decide.
Make these no-bake felt pizzas in no time flat. Kids love to pretend they are baking all by themselves, and pizza is a guaranteed kid favorite. All you need are a few pieces of inexpensive felt and some scissors, and with a little adult help, your little pizza-makers can create their masterpieces.
While making new friends or carrying on a conversation comes naturally to most kids, the autistic child finds the process difficult or even overwhelming. Teaching them how to handle social interactions gives them confidence and lowers their stress. Try this role-play model with your child.
There are long-term skills autistic children need to learn like how to dress and groom, hold a job, or go to the grocery store. How well each child learns these skills depends on the severity of their condition, but most can learn. Here are some key things they need to know for daily life.
Want to know how social media sites like YouTube and Twitter can help you become a better teacher? Why do an overwhelming majority of college professors utilize Facebook as a teaching tool? Find out how these educators are using these tools and why they prefer them to more traditional methods.
Homeschool magazines offer useful information on various teaching methods, reviews of curriculum programs, and article contributions from home educators. Homeschooling families who are interested in subscribing to magazines of this type can choose from several publications with good-quality content.
What does Christian Light Education curriculum offer the home schooling family? We examine the grades covered, the Mennonite frame of reference, and the pros and cons of this particular company. Learn the facts to make an informed decision about CLE.
Here are instructions for teaching games based on childhood games like “Pin the Tail on the Donkey,” or “Musical Chairs." These creation games about the stars and moon for preschool children are excellent ways for teachers, parents, or homeschoolers to reinforce teachings about God and creation.
This Treasure Island study guide examines the main themes, synopsis, and characters of the story, and provides tips on how to study it. Use this guide to study for tests, classroom assignments, or as a handy teaching resource. A link to a study guide download is provided.