Coding should be an integral part of any homeschool or after-school program. Here’s how it creates problem solvers and ways to integrate it.
You’ve heard the acronym: SEL. What exactly is social emotional learning? We’ve got answers (and resources) right here!
Are you looking to build memories this holiday season? Try some of these new Christmas traditions! They’re great for homeschool families!
If you’re not using file folder activities in your homeschool, you’re missing out! They’re a great way to review skills and have fun!
Break out these six entertaining and educational Christmas activities for the classroom to keep students engaged this December.
Do you feel like banging your head against the wall when teaching writing? Writing anchor charts will ease frustration for you and students.
Get ready to decorate your classroom or homeschool space with these fun Halloween decorations! It includes bulletin board displays, posters, and more!
Want to teach your children or students social emotional skills? This social emotional learning app for kids makes it easy and fun to do!
Using digital tools and resources in your homeschool is a great way to expand your children’s learning and get them excited about lessons!
When you’re a sub, you need math activities that are both simple and fun. We’ve got a list of winning math activities for substitute teachers.
What time is it? It’s time to teach your students how to read a clock with hands!
What are homeschool lapbooks and how do you use them in your lessons? This post explains it all and shows you easy ways to incorporate them.
We live in a global society, so it’s important to teach kids about different cultures. How do you do that? We’ve got some easy ways to get started.
Virtual escape rooms are a must when teaching because they keep students engaged and make learning fun and easy. Here’s how and why it happens.
File folder games are the ultimate hands-on activities for the classroom. Learn what they are, how to make them, and when to use them!