This article offers a practical guide for educators and parents looking to introduce young children to science through interactive and entertaining experiments. The experiments mentioned align with NGSS, targeting students from kindergarten to second grade, fostering curiosity, and making science a fun learning experience.
This blog post discusses the importance of showing appreciation for teachers through thoughtful gifts, especially during the holidays. It provides a variety of gift suggestions including personalized items like stamps and school supplies, gift cards from Amazon, Teachers Pay Teachers, local eateries, or book services like Libro.fm. Other recommendations include books, relaxation baskets, plants, food treats, and handmade or thoughtful gifts. The post emphasizes choosing something that aligns with the teacher’s interests and the lasting impact of personalized gifts.
Ah, the holidays are just the bee’s knees, especially in a K-2 classroom! It’s like watching little light bulbs turn on one by one as students get creative and excited about the festive time of year. So grab your teaching cap, and let’s jump into some incredibly engaging holiday writing
Explore the world of world geography with these fun and interactive activities for K-2 students. This blog post offers a comprehensive guide to teaching the seven continents, complete with hands-on projects and engaging lessons for each region, from crafting North American landmarks to exploring the traditions of Africa and conducting science experiments in Antarctica.
As a 1st-grade teacher, I’ve had the privilege of watching hundreds of little minds grow, especially growing math confidence. From relatable lessons to hands-on activities and just plain encouragement, here are some of my favorite strategies for growing math confidence in kids. Make Math Relatable Kids often ask “Why do