Looking for Thanksgiving activities and learning games this Thanksgiving? In addition to learning about the history and tradition of Thanksgiving, kids can engage in many more Thanksgiving activities. So, what are some fun Thanksgiving activities? Here are a few that your students can do: go on a scavenger hunt for fun Thanksgiving facts play a game of Thanksgiving scoot and build number sense skills read and reflect on a Thanksgiving Recount write a Turkey Book Report craft a ... Read More about Thanksgiving Activities For Kids
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School holidays are coming up! Are you sending home a bunch of boring vacation work packet that they will be put on a shelf until the last day before break? Are you sending home nothing and hoping that the family will be sure to keep them reading, and interacting with learning? Where is the happy medium? For my classroom, it was always the Vacation Homework Bingo. Why should we send anything home with students over school holidays? Students who do absolutely no "academic thinking" ... Read More about Prevent learning loss during school holidays without a vacation work packet. Hand them real life learning with a sense of accountability with this FREE vacation bingo.
Teaching writing effectively to elementary students is vital so students can write with ease and flair. As teachers, we are often not taught how to teach writing. Consequently, many of us find this task of teaching writing to students ineffective, boring, or particularly challenging. Teaching Writing Effectively By Modeling The first step in teaching writing effectively is to explicitly teach students how to write. We need to model the writing task ourselves. And ... Read More about Teaching Writing Effectively To Elementary Students
Knowing how to organize your lesson plans and lesson plan book in your elementary classroom makes it really easy for you to find the resources you need quickly and efficiently. Which means your third grade students will get the writing prompt you have prepared in seconds. Or your kindergarteners have the new Venn diagram template on their desks in a snap. Whatever grade level you teach at your school - you'll find this easy example idea useful for creating your "lesson ... Read More about Lesson Plan Crate Tutorial
Hey teaching friends! I know for my US friends, Thanksgiving Break is coming up pretty quickly! Isn't it funny how it seems to take forever to get here, and then once it is upon us, it seems to have jumped out of nowhere? Maybe that's just me - haha! So let's talk about Thanksgiving Break homework. Whether you are pro-homework or con-homework centric, keep reading and perhaps a comprised solution is below! Who is Turkey Tom? You may or may not have heard the urban myth about ... Read More about Reading and Turkey