Using learning centers to introduce new concepts to toddlers can be challenging. Don’t give up, though, because it can also prove very beneficial! In this article, we will explore some options for setting up toddler learning centers.
Are you familiar with Louis Sachar? Sideways Stories from Wayside School, which is the first in a series about Wayside School, is a fun and innovative story comprised of 30 chapters from the 30th story of Wayside School. You will love learning along with these students!
Incorporating technology into the curriculum is not always easy. As a matter of fact, teaching to the multiple intelligences is not always easy either. By combining the two, your classroom will be transformed into a learning zone, where your students will take ownership of their learning. Try these!
We’ve heard it a million times—reading and writing are the foundations for success in all subjects. We successfully get the reading worked in, but how in the world do we work in the writing? In this article, we will explore some of the successful ways to implement writing into all content areas.
Scieszka’s short picture book rendition of the classic tale about three pigs and a big bad wolf is the perfect story to use for imitation writing, which is designed so students mimic a certain style of writing, thus enhancing their writing skills overall.
Scieszka’s short picture book rendition of the classic tale about three pigs and a big bad wolf is the perfect story to use when teaching compare/contrast. With fun characters, a good plot, and a twist involving a sneeze, your students are sure to enjoy this lesson!
Do you need ideas to teach kids about their talents and how to use those talents for the greater good? If you say yes, keep reading for some great ideas to teach your preschooler about talents! With all of the activities in this God Made Me Special lesson plan, your preschoolers are sure to win!
Do you struggle with ideas to teach preschool children good manners? Are you looking for a way to incorporate God’s plan into teaching about manners? Here in this article, you will find several God Loves Me lesson ideas designed to teach manners and educate kids on God’s plan for them.
Do you need ideas to teach your kids about healthy habits? Since the premise of this God Knows Me lesson plan is to educate young children that they are special and valued by God, teaching healthy habits fits right in! Read on for more fun!
Do you need ideas to teach elementary or middle school students about point of view? As a middle school teacher, I have used this lesson many times and with much success. Scieszka’s story is fun and innovative, and your students will love it!
Do you need ideas to teach your students that they are special to God? In this preschool lesson plan about God series, we explore the uniqueness of our physical characteristics. Read on for the first comprehensive lesson plan!
Teaching The Cay by Theodore Taylor has been a great joy of mine for the past four years. This article provides useful evaluation tools and guides for the research project I wrote over this beloved novel. Be sure to read part one of Research Post Project for The Cay by Theodore Taylor also.
Do you need ideas to entertain kids of a variety of ages? Try these fun and innovative ideas that are sure to keep smiles on the faces of these kids! Activities can be done in the morning or afternoon, so it’s a win-win situation for you!
Teaching The Cay by Theodore Taylor has been a great joy of mine for the past four years. I have since created a series of research projects focused on The Cay that your students are more than sure to enjoy. Not only is this unit my favorite part of the year, but also it is my students’ favorite.
Teaching The Cay by Theodore Taylor has been one of my favorite units for the past five years. My students will tell you it is one of their favorites, too. I have comprised several research projects which appear in this series and enhance the teaching of this beloved novel. Your students will enjoy!
In today’s society, it is becoming more and more essential that we teach students basic research skills. These skills are in high demand in today’s job market, making them all the more important to have. This author study will help students improve in reading and learn research skills as well.
What do teachers need in order to ensure instruction that caters to each learner present in the classroom is available? Ideas! In this article, which is the last in a series of three, I provide six effective ideas that can be adapted for all subjects and all grade levels.
Since teachers bear the challenge of teaching varied levels of students in the classroom, differentiation is definitely the way to go. By differentiating instruction to provide opprotunities for each of the multiple intelligences, teachers will optimize the amount of learning that occurs.