Learning vocabulary is very boring and dry for most students and teachers! Students retain more when they are having fun. So let’s take a look at three ways surefire ways to make vocabulary fun and exciting for your class (and for you!).
Make reviewing for a test fun! Change up your routine by taking a childhood classic and turning it into an entertaining way of studying for any subject test. In this memory game, students will surely have fun while reviewing for their test!
Want to something to reinforce math facts, namely, multiplication or addition facts with your students? Forget the traditional worksheets that no one enjoys. Learn in this article how to play a fun classroom game that your students will be begging to play.
In this article you will learn how to make teaching contractions a fun experience for your students. We introduce what contractions are, their purpose, and their usefulness in comics. Students will make their own comics and have a blast in the process!
Are you looking for a job? Do you need advice on how to create a professional teacher resume? This article goes in depth of what should and shouldn’t be included.
Would you like a way to integrate technology into your poetry unit? It can be difficult to do anything more with a poetry unit other than reading and writing poems. Using Photo Story 3, you can turn your class poetry into a narrated video for students to enjoy and take home!
Teaching reading comprehension is an area many teachers feel they need to improve. Reciprocal teaching is a great technique to get students actively involved in their reading, to monitor themselves, and greatly improve reading comprehension.