Teaching 6th grade is a special challenge but very rewarding. This is the age where you can start teaching your students more challenging material. Get ideas forming your curriculum with the following lesson plans.
September is a busy month of getting to know your new students who are probably very eager young learners. Creating themes in your classroom is an excellent way to engage these students and provide them with a sensory rich learning experience.
New teachers need to be prepared just as much as their students. If you need useful tutorials, tips and advice from experienced educators, then you have come to the right place. Use these resources to help you survive the first few months of school and give your teaching career the best start.
Fire prevention is an important theme for preschoolers to learn. In this guide you’ll find a wide variety of articles that are geared toward fire safety. Use these lessons and teaching ideas to help keep your preschoolers safe.
I love the crisp sunny days of October! Fall colors, autumn harvest and a spooky holiday provide plenty of learning opportunities for preschoolers. Find tons of ideas to create a teaching theme for the month of October, from pumpkins to colorful leaves to firefighters!
Whether you’re a new teacher or just looking for ideas, use this comprehensive guide to help you create the perfect third grade unit. From English to Math to Science to Social Studies, we have ideas for great lesson or unit plans.
Do you need help with classroom management? Whether you are a first time teacher or a seasoned veteran, managing a classroom can be tough. In this comprehensive classroom management guide you will find suggestions on how to establish a solid classroom and effectively maintain order.
Learning how to count may come easily for some children, but learning how to count backwards may be a little bit harder. Discover how to successfully teach your students their numbers backwards and forwards with these hands-on activities.
Teaching preschoolers about elephants can be a huge amount of fun. Usually the only time students come into contact with these enormous animals is when they are at the zoo. Now you can bring the excitement to them by singing and making elephant crafts while learning about this enormous creature.
Children should be able to dress and undress themselves by preschool. For many preschoolers learning how to zip a zipper can be very frustrating. With a little practice, these skills can be mastered in no time.
Preschool is not just about singing songs and nap time anymore. With new educational standards being put in place, children are expected to learn important skills earlier on. So where does playtime fit in?
When there is an emergency and young children could be involved, it is important to teach them what to do ahead of time. Using an ambulance song with preschool students will do just that. It’s the beginning of child safety, and lives have in fact been saved because kids knew what to do.
These free printable preschool books on birds will enhance any avian preschool lesson plan. Preschoolers can practice counting, rhyming and reading about birds.Read on to find out where to download these fantastic free resources.
Here are some fun, creative farm centers for preschool kids. Preschoolers will love creating farm animals, and while they’re at it they can’t help learning about animals, farms, plants, and other farm-related science topics.