Language arts and grammar lesson ideas and activities for kids in Kindergarten through high school. Great ideas for elementary language arts lessons, as well as language arts activities for middle school grades.
Book reports are a curriculum mainstay, but their format is a bit tired. Spice up your assignment with these creative book report ideas!
Want to add some learning fun to your daily lessons? Check out how to use fun facts in the classroom and keep your students engaged!
Create a classroom of writers with these fun writing activities for middle school students! There’s something for everyone!
Introduce your students to some word fun with these rhyming activities for preschool, kindergarten, and lower elementary!
Start some hoppin’ conversations this year with these fun (and funny!) 25 Easter Would You Rather Questions for kids!
Start some fun conversations with kids this Spring using these 25 Spring Would You Rather Questions for Kids!
Knowing how to teach informational writing to students in K-2 can make your language arts lessons a whole lot easier! These tips can help!
Curious about how to teach colors to toddlers and preschoolers? Don’t worry! We have you covered! Introducing colors to your toddlers can be a fun process for everyone involved. As children are naturally attracted to colorful objects, watching them learn to identify the individual colors and hues is both enjoyable and rewarding. So, how do we …
Have you always wanted to learn American Sign Language? Now you can learn ASL at home with the help of this self-paced language course! Self-Paced ASL Class I’m not sure who has been more curious about learning American Sign Language – me or the kids. It’s a language I have always been interested in learning …
You know the song: “A-B-C is easy as 1-2-3.” But teaching the ABCs? Here’s the skinny on how to teach letters in a simple, fun, and memorable way. How to Teach the Alphabet Hands-on Activities If you are wondering how to teach your child to recognize the letters of the alphabet, make it tactile! Little …