Incorporating games into your teaching routine can be an effective way to get student to practice learned skills.
Teaching Grades Pre-K to 5
The elementary school years in the US cover a range of grade levels, typically from kindergarten through fifth grade, but often ranging from pre-kindergarten to sixth grade or higher, depending on the individual school system. The lesson plans, worksheets, and teaching tips covered in this section of Bright Hub Education focus on teaching younger students, from Pre-K through Grade 5, though some lesson plans may be suitable for slightly higher grade levels as well.
While lesson plans are divided by the appropriate level as much as possible, you will also find a section entitled Grade School Activities, where we cover a broad range of activities and crafts that cross many grades, depending on the unit you are teaching and the individual abilities of your students. The vast majority of lesson plans and activities have been written and vetted by teachers and education professionals, and have been tried and tested in classrooms throughout the United States.
Students will create and identify equivalent fractions.
A child enters the early school age years with no real sense of self. During these years the child starts to evaluate him or herself. They also start to find self worth and value. The child starts to morally develop using positive influences from the parents. This is known as self theory.
The reading process involves fluency and comprehension, the latter of which is usually sacrificed by focusing too much on the skills aspects of reading. Parents can help their children make sense of what they read using a handful of time-tested strategies.
What better way for kids to learn than by doing themselves. This lesson will have your preschool and early elementary age students make a plan for their tea party, create a list and host their interactive tea party!
Students can add and subtract decimal numbers using manipulatives such as base-ten blocks and cheese cubes. If you are looking for ideas to teach your students addition and subtraction then give this fun lesson plan a try.
This anemometer experiment will not provide actual wind speeds, but rather, uses the concept of rotational measurements to provide understanding into how we measure wind strength.
What wouldn’t love $150 to go shopping with? Students will add and subtract decimal numbers using the real-world scenario of shopping with a set amount of funds.
Barometers are great tools to teach students about air pressure. This science experiment uses everyday household objects, and can be done very easily at school, or assigned as a home project.
Tables are a fundamental part of mathematics education… but they can become tedious for both students and teachers! Check out a couple of different ways to liven up your times tables teaching.
Dual-language schools exist in many areas of the United States, but none of these schools teach Italian. So, if you are in search of an Italian Language school, continue reading to learn about your options.
Teachers are always looking for additional ways to help struggling readers. By adding a visual and kinesthetic representation of new sight words through the addition of American Sign Language signs, you can turn struggling readers into successful readers.
Teachers are already using a lot of different teaching strategies to help struggling spellers, and yet some students continue to struggle. Using the American Sign Language Manual Alphabet can help these struggling spellers by giving them a visual and kinesthetic representation of spelling words.