It’s hard to keep the attention of a bunch of wiggly ones with the weather getting nicer and summer break getting closer. But, there are a few sneaky ways you can weave in some reflection, forecasting, and fun into the end of the school year! Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Over the school year (or the years you have been teaching out of the same classroom), you’ve probably accumulated quite a lot of stuff. Now sounds like the perfect opportunity to do some green cleaning! If you’re ready to celebrate Earth Day and declutter your classroom, check out these four Earth-friendly classroom cleaning tips!
The spring Equinox not only brings with warm weather and more sunshine, it also means more opportunities for learning! In addition to the old reliable (and always fun) science lessons we turn to when the seasons to change (the solar system, plant life and vegetation, weather patterns) there are fresh, creative ways to touch on the spring-themed subjects we know and love, and even incorporate subjects like art and writing. Check out these four activity ideas for Equinox themed learning!
How do educators across the country celebrate National Reading Month in their classrooms? Building students’ literacy skills looks different for every learner, so we asked our awesome community of educators on Facebook what their favorite literacy activities are. Take a look at some of our favorite responses.
At Edmentum, we LOVE reading and want to share our passion with you by offering you the best resources we have that are centered around literacy! Check out these resources to kick off National Reading Month in your elementary classroom.
Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is a big holiday in China. Every year, people from all over the world come to China to take part in the traditional celebrations and customs associated with this holiday. With EducationCity’s free Chinese New Year resource packet, you can celebrate the Year of the Pig in your classroom!
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