Celebrate spring with educational activities your students will enjoy. These teaching resources include games, printables, and lesson planning ideas for Earth Day, May Day, Easter, Mother's Day, and other spring holidays.
the BEST playdough recipe, hands down. and you make it with JELLO! Ingredients for this Jello playdough recipe: white flour – 1 cup salt – 2 tbsp cream of tartar – 2 tbsp cooking oil – 2 tbsp warm water – 1 cup Jello – 1 pack
Use these resources to teach about the historical significance of this Jewish holiday and to enjoy Passover activities. Passover is time to reflect on slavery and redemption and the strong will of people to persevere.
Fight Bullying With Books!: A Guide for Teachers, Librarians, Parents and Caregivers
Start a dialogue about bullying by having an entire class or school read one of the books featured in this guide. Teachers, librarians, parents and caregivers can benefit by reading these books with children.
Seasons Printable Book (K-6): Celebrate the seasons with lesson plans and activities for autumn, winter, summer, and spring. This printable book for grades K–6 includes seasonal art projects, poetry lessons, science experiments, research ideas, and more.
Reading is Fun! Printable Book (K-5): Lessons, Activities & Games.
This printable workbook is filled with engaging reading activities, games, and lesson plans that get kids excited about books. Explore story elements and characters, try new book report ideas, and establish reading buddies with these classroom resources.
Help your younger students learn about or celebrate Ramadan with this printable activity book. Featuring 14 pages of printable activities that promote fine motor skills and cultural awareness, this activity book is perfect for introducing Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr to younger children. (Grades PreK-3) (These materials are provided courtesy of Jameela Ho of Ilma Education. For more resources like these, including lesson plans, videos and Ramadan crafts, visit the Ilma Education website.)
America's favorite pastime can provide a framework for teaching students a variety of concepts. Whether you are studying history, social studies, math, or literature, we have baseball-related resources here to engage your students.
Social Studies: April Activities: Paul Revere, Poetry Month & Earth Day
April Activities: Paul Revere, Poetry Month & Earth Day There are two activities highlighted in this worksheet. For the first, students are asked to create their own version of the poem "Paul Revere's Ride". In the second, students are given a map of unused city land and asked to develop a plan for the use of the land.
Teaching Children How to Keep Time. Telling time is an important skill, but keeping time is a life skill that will help children navigate way more than the hands on a clock. Time Keeping is a practice. Find ways to help children keep time.