Anger management is an important skill that your students need to know. After all, people who can stay calm even in frustrating situations are more likely to be able to respond appropriately. You will need to address four main points in order to best teach anger management in the classroom.
Simply mention the word grammar, and your students start to snore. But grammar doesn’t have to be boring! Try out these grammar games to motivate your students to practice their grammar skills.
Trying to teach your students about the types of foods different animals eat? Take a look at some of these herbivore/omnivore/carnivore activities that will get your students actively engaged in learning.
Fourth graders are not yet ready to learn about the horrors of the Holocaust in detail, but they should be exposed to its message. This Holocaust 4th grade lesson plan will help them to learn about the heroes of the Holocaust and to apply their lessons to themselves.
It seems that there’s no easy way to teach about valence electrons, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Once your students understand the basic concept of how electrons work, you can strengthen their knowledge with these valence electron activities.
You’ve sat through chemistry class, and you now understand how chemical bonds form. But why are chemical bonds important? Believe it or not, chemical bonds are the basis for most substances that exist, as well as the energy that powers them.
Dividing mixed fractions is easier than it sounds. Just follow this step-by-step guide to divide any two mixed fractions your teacher can throw at you!
If you’re having trouble, remember most square root problems are based on either simplification, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division or a mixture. Read on for simple instructions, and you’ll never be afraid of square roots again!
One strategy that has been found helpful for fluent readers who struggle with comprehension is reciprocal teaching. This strategy focuses on four major reading skills: questioning, predicting, summarizing and clarifying. Read on to learn how to use the reciprocal reading strategy in your classroom.
What is a dichotomous key? Why do scientists use it? Teaching your students the answers to these questions is much easier when you use this dichotomous key lesson plan.
How can you teach your students the importance of honesty, integrity, and kindness? Try some of these character education activities to get your kids thinking about how they can become better people.
Confused about how adding mixed fractions works? You can add them easily using either one of these step-by-step techniques.