10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving - Speech is Beautiful
I work in teletherapy, which means that I use a computer to display my materials and activities for my students. I have a couple extremely quiet older elementary students and I decided that video was a way to engage and encourage them to answer questions and retell events. In particular I wanted them to think ... Read More about 10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving
25+ Teacher Appreciation Week Ideas
We need to let all of the awesome teachers know how much we appreciate them! This list is filled with great ideas. School teachers, piano teachers, karate teachers or Sunday school teachers... all have at least one thing in common, they've all taken the time to help us learn and grow. I think we all can think of one teacher who has had a positive impact in our lives or to our family. Celebrate all the wonderful teachers in your life during Teacher Appreciation Week. We thought now would be a…
My Favorite First Novels to Read-Aloud with Kids - Read-Aloud Revival with Sarah Mackenzie
These novels have short chapters, fantastic characters, and easy-to-follow plot lines. What that means? They make for FABULOUS first novels to read aloud with your kids.
What is Energy - Types of Energy -www.makemegenius.com,one of the Best Education Website
Visit http://www.makemegenius.com,one of Best Indian Education website for children.See more science education video for free.Energy is defined as the abilit...
Energy, Light, and Sound: 10 StudyJams! Interactive Science Activities | Scholastic
Students will have fun learning about such topics as fossil fuels, renewable resources, electricity, magnetism, and heat in these 10 interactive science activities
Equal Parts Sort
Build student's concept of equal/unequal parts prior to beginning a study of fractions. Students will sort shapes to determine if they are divided into equal parts or unequal parts.The sort includes 12 shape pieces that are divided equally or unequally into halves, thirds, and fourths.
Don't Be An Interrupting Chicken
In kindergarten we are continuing to work on appropriately using our voices, see My Mouth is a Volcano post, and not interrupting when others are talking. I found another adorable picture book that clearly illustrates the difficulty of having self control. What's nice about Interrupting Chicken by David Ezra Stein is that it easily opens up a discussion about why we interrupt. In the story, the little red chicken tries to help the characters in the fairy tales out by spoiling the ending…