Whether or not your child has been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, these tips should help your child focus, be healthier, and do better in school.
If you have thought about helping your preteen get a job, it’s a great idea! It gives them a sense of responsibility, makes them feel good about themselves by using their skills to make their own money, and helps create confidence in them for future jobs.
With an increasing number of schools utilizing the BYOD policy (“Bring your own device”), some parents and even administrators have concerns about the legal and safety issues. What should you know as a parent to keep your child secure?
Perhaps you have seen the article and lessons on the culminating writing experience using Into the Woods. If you liked the idea but do not have enough class time to dedicate to the task, try this quick writing experience instead. Use the download provided for a STEAM-centered lesson they’ll enjoy.
This innovative approach to fairy tales is an ideal culminating writing experience for your students. Use the movie Into the Woods as a guide and show episodes of Once Upon a Time to inspire your students to become excellent creative writers, skilled at creating their own unique fairy tale by blendi
Fairy tales can be an excellent starting point to encourage students to read weightier materials. One way to spur interest is with the popular movie, Into the Woods. Discover how you can use this film with the free download provided.
Quote analysis is certainly not a new idea, but finding a fresh, exciting way to introduce it to your middle school class can be a challenge. Consider using a popular movie to encourage your students to participate.
Peter and Fudge return in the third book of Judy Blume’s well-loved series. Fudge is no longer the youngest child in the Hatcher family when a new baby sister, quickly nicknamed “Tootsie,” is born. Download the free teaching guide to read along and discuss the book, ending with a fun activity.
Unlike the other books in the “Fudge” series, the second installment is written from Sheila Tubman’s point of view, giving readers a glimpse into the real life of this seemingly overconfident classmate of Peter Hatcher. Use the guide to read along with your class.
Third in the ever-popular Judy Blume series, Fudge-a-Mania follows Peter Hatcher and his family as they spend their vacation alongside the dreaded Sheila Tubman and her family. Students who have read the first two “Fudge” books will love this sequel, and this guide will help you make the most of it.