When we own a pet, whether a dog, cat or frog for that matter, they become part of our daily lives and we eventually grow so attached that they are like having another family member. Here are some lesson ideas and creative suggestions for preschool pet themes for the classroom and even home.
Are you looking to brush up on your American history knowledge? What was the Revolutionary War? What did the Civil War do to change our country’s way of thinking? Some of these topics are addressed in this guide along with other historical events and people detailing how America was born and raised.
Are you looking for ideas for setting up centers in your preschool classroom? Whether for dramatic play, art, writing, listening or reading, this guide will offer you suggestions for providing your students tactile and fun experiences in a variety of curriculum areas.
Learning inference can be a tricky topic for students. Create interactive lesson plans on inference to help students master the concept. Show students how they use inference in everyday life such as inferring if someone is happy or sad based on facial expressions, body language and tone of voice.
Onomatopoeia may be a long, funny sounding word, but many students quickly pick up this concept. These teaching ideas will help students at all levels master the use of onomatopoeia words.
Making minor adjustments to the classroom, providing aids and monitoring progress are simple ways to teach a visually impaired child so they succeed in a regular classroom. Allowing them to use all of their senses and build on their strengths will help to avoid discouragement and academic struggles.
Celebrating Black History month promotes understanding and excitement about contributions African Americans made to our history and culture. Select African Americans who made significant contributions in fields like science, the arts, government and sports for students to study.
Reading and taking notes gets boring for students and teachers. Shake things up and design a short story project for your middle school students. Incorporate technology, reinforce selected literary elements and provide a creative element for students to showcase their talents.