Are you or your students struggling with how to take notes in class? Check out these easy methods that will make note taking and studying easier!
Let’s talk public school. Get tips for transitioning to and from public school and how you may need to navigate the public school world.
The holidays are here and with a class full of students, that can be expensive! Check out these 25 inexpensive holiday gifts for students!
Do you want to integrate your teaching around a central theme? Then you want a unit study. Here’s how to create one!
Hip hip hooray! It’s the birthday of one of your students. How do you celebrate it in a fun and easy way? We’ve got 8 fantastic options!
Desk pets. They are all the rage and for good reason! Here is all you need to know to effectively use desk pets in your classroom or homeschool.
Move beyond the typical desk and chairs and consider alternative seating in the classroom. It may be just the change your learners need!
It’s normal to feel some anxiety or apprehension before the first day of school, but some kids’ anxiety goes beyond that. Follow these steps to help students with school anxiety.
It’s back to school! Learn all about getting to know you worksheets – and grab an All About Me Worksheet for free!
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Your classroom newsletters connect you to parents and students. Find the style that works for you–and get a free editable template!
The first day with your students sets the tone for the whole year. Get everyone running smoothly with these 10 classroom procedures.
You focus your planning on the first day of school, but back to school night is just as important. Start off on the right foot with your families with these back to school night activities.
Help break the ice at the beginning of the school year with these team building activities for middle school!
Keep learning your craft by reaching for a book! Check out the BEST professional development books for teachers and grow your skills today!
Take this quiz and figure out your answer to the question: homeschool vs. public school? Which is right for your family and why?
Anxiety is classified as a behavioral disorder that is often co-occurring with other conditions. It is one of the most common behavioral disorders in children and is on the rise as more demands for academic and recreational excellence are placed on our kids. There are many different anxiety disorders including: separation anxiety disorder social phobia …
While it may sound exciting (and frightening!) for both you and your child, it’s important for parents to make sure their children are ready for this big milestone – the first day of kindergarten. Other than planning and organizing school supplies, here are five of the best ways to prepare your child for the first …
Starting preschool is such an emotional time for both little ones and their parents. We are dealing with the mixed emotions of watching our babies grow up, while they might be facing separation for the first time or nervous about change. Getting your child excited about going to preschool is important to making it a …
I remember the first time my daughter came home from fourth grade with a story of being bullied. She had become the target of another 10 year old’s bullying efforts and was being subjected to name calling, being physically bumped, and given nasty looks. My daughter had tried to take the high road. She’d done …
However, knowing how to help with homework (and not overstep!) is something that I’m still working on. It’s not as easy as you might think! In fact, you might be struggling with the same thing! Some students have no problem completing at home assignments while others need a little extra help. To ensure your children continue learning …