Make planning for the summer months in your classroom easier with these July holiday activities and ideas. Just because school is out here in the US during the month of July doesn’t mean the learning has to stop. In fact, you may find yourself still teaching in July. Maybe you
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Celebrate summer with these June holiday activities and ideas! June is a fun month! In the US, the weather is getting significantly better; for some, it is the last month of school, which means it is time to celebrate. If you are looking for some fun ways to celebrate June,
Enjoy some extra time this spring as you try out some of these end-of-the-year projects and activities that are specifically chosen for exhausted teachers! Ugh… I’m so tired. After an entire year of planning, preparing, prepping, and printing, the year is just about over, and the summer can’t get here
Teaching figurative language with poems and songs shows kids how figurative language is naturally embedded into everyday life. Songs and poems are filled with figurative language and were always my favorite way to introduce and practice each type of figurative language. As I worked on fine-tuning my figurative language instruction
Teaching and reviewing facts and opinions has never been more fun with these 7 fact and opinion games for upper elementary. Fact and opinion are difficult concepts to understand. With information coming at kids from all different directions, it is more important than ever to help students tell the difference
While there are plenty of game shows out there for your students to use in class, sometimes creating custom game shows for your students is the best thing for your students! I have always loved using games with students. It seems like games make even the dullest information so much
Start planning for May in your upper elementary classroom with these May-themed holiday activities and ideas. May is filled with many opportunities for celebration and appreciation in the classroom. I have always loved May. The weather is warmer, spring athletic seasons are in full swing, and we can start to