Another worksheet. Another night of battles over homework. *Le sigh* What if there was a different way to help your child learn? There is! Online sites are quickly becoming one of the absolute best ways for parents to help their children at home. If you need help, take a peek at these amazing resources!
Bring on the cute turkey cut-outs, acrostic poems, and Pilgrim hats! It’s Thanksgiving season, and now is a great time to integrate learning in all sorts of ways. Check out these quick tips, for homeschool and classroom and just for fun!
To homeschool or not to homeschool? This is the question.
Earlier this week, JJ Montanaro of USAA told us all about the value of opening savings accounts for children. Today, let’s talk about using money, checking, and savings as a real life math lesson.
School is out for summer! And the kids are ready for long days spent at camp, by the pool, or just doing nothing in front of a screen. Wait? What? Doing nothing? Have you heard of a little thing called “summer slide?”
Symbol of our country. Anthem that represents us at home and abroad. The Star Spangled Banner
When we hit the end of the year, everyone is just burned out. The kids have just endured endless high stakes testing prep and then can the actual tests. Teachers have been running on empty since Spring Break. But some learning still needs to happen. Because, you know, school. Here are some of my best […]
Next week is Memorial Day. Most of the country will go to a local parade and then spend the day barbecuing with friends and family. This day is meant to honor those who have died in service to our country.
This month we will celebrate Memorial Day, a day set aside to remember those members of our armed forces who gave the last full measure of devotion for the United State by sacrificing their lives in service. Today, let’s learn about a historic and beautiful icon on Memorial Day, and America. Arlington National Cemetery
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America And to the Republic for which it stands One nation under God Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all
So, we all know about nouns, verbs, and pronouns. But do your kids know about similes, metaphors, and idioms? Well, get ready to teach these fun writing tricks with easy, FREE anchor charts!
What if I told you that you could take another person’s words and create your own beautiful poem? I bet, given how much I love citations, that you might think I was crazy. But Found Poetry is a thing, and it’s awesome. Found Poetry is easy!
There dozens of types of poems, each equally beautifully crafted to convey emotions, thoughts, feelings, stories, and impressions of life. That is what poems are meant to do: express something from the author to the reader. Today we’ll talk about a few of the most common types of poems that you will teach and use […]
Biographies: traditionally a multi-paragraph report that is either typed or handwritten. But not every student shines in this type of format. Not every child is able to do their best work in writing. It’s worth it to explore alternate biography projects.
Welcome to the final Monday of Women’s History Month! It’s been so much fun to learn more about a whole bunch of amazing American women! Today, we dive into female rulers, politicians, and activists.