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As we approach Earth Day, join me in educating students on the impact we have on our environment with a Promethean flip chart and some powerful photographs of animals in trouble.
Students showcase their creativity with this activity that helps you teach list poems and celebrate National Poetry Month.
Recommended books to help you teach the many holidays — Poetry Month, Earth Day, and even National Humor Month — that April has to offer.
Scholastic teacher advisor Danielle Mahoney shares the highlights from her visit to the annual Celebration of Teaching and Learning in New York City.
These ideas for using technology to understand the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan can easily be applied to any current event or recent tragedy.
It's mid-March, and our Women's History Month celebrations are in full swing....
March is a busy month filled with many special dates. This month's booklist will help you collect timely books and plan lots of fantastic activities using poetry, nonfiction texts, legends, folktales, and interactive whiteboard activities.
Make the transition from Black History Month to Women's History Month by revisiting your lessons on Ruby Bridges to learn more about her courage, strength, and impact. Using the teachings from last month as groundwork, ask your students to step...
Let’s use this special day to inspire children to think about what it takes to be a great leader. I'll share my book choices here, as well as downloadable resources and links that will help you scaffold your students’ learning.