Creating classroom norms with students is a valuable approach to improving behavior and fostering a positive learning environment.
Choosing a word of the year can make a huge impact on students’ academic and personal growth throughout the year. Here’s how and why to do it
Not sure how to use composition notebooks in the classroom or when homeschooling? Here are 25+ ideas that can be game changers for learning!
Are you looking for a bulletin board idea for February? Choose an inspiring and informative Black History Month bulletin board.
Reading centers help students practice key reading skills and free up teachers to work with small groups. Learn all about reading centers.
These activities will teach identifying the main idea and supporting details, a key component of reading comprehension and paragraph writing.
Accountable Talk can deepen class discussions and teach your students valuable critical thinking and interpersonal skills.
Are you looking for a way to teach critical thinking skills to lower elementary students? Try an easy and fun cause and effect activity!
Engaging sentence activities are a great way to teach your first, second, and third grade students about sentences. These ideas will help!