Ah, St. Patrick’s Day – a holiday where you can let loose and indulge in a bit of fun. To get your students (and yourself) into the festive spirit, why not whip up some cheeky classroom activities? These five ideas are sure to bring about plenty of excitement and keep
How to Celebrate Veterans Day in the Classroom Veterans Day is a time to honor and remember the men and women who have served in the military to protect our freedom. In the classroom, it presents a unique opportunity to educate children about the sacrifices made by our veterans and
Are you looking for some new books to read to your class when you return from winter break? These 5 stories are the perfect read alouds for the new year!
Valentine’s Day in the classroom can be overwhelming! It just seems like there is SO much going on in February–Groundhog’s Day, 100th Day, Presidents’ Day. You can keep Valentine’s Day low-key and still have a lot of fun. Here’s how to play Virtual Valentine Bingo. How to Prepare Students will
Get ready for a wild ride in December! This month is bursting with excitement and energy, especially in the classroom. We know it’s important to strike a balance between learning and fun, so we’ve got some fantastic activities just for you. Get ready to engage your students with these December
Just POPPING (ha!) in really quick to share what we are doing in my class this year to celebrate Valentine’s day! If I have to be completely honest, class parties aren’t my favorite days of the year (except for our winter holiday breakfast because I get to sling pancakes!!). But,
It’s December! Busy, chilly, stressful, fun, frantic, fabulous December. Your students’ excitement is building while you are just trying to cross off your gift to-do list (what do I get my parents?!) while still maintaining some sense of classroom normalcy. Keeping the engagement level high during December can be difficult.