5-Minute Film Festival: Taking Back PD with Edcamp
Want to learn more about the Edcamp movement? This video collection will help you get started and involved in DIY professional development.
6 Playful Learning Games at Toy Fair
Whether you're teaching about molecular arrangements or parts of speech, consider using games that put playfulness ahead of content delivery, because that's where mastery happens.
"Are You Ready for Some MATHball?" - Interactive Math Bulletin Board Idea
Photo Source: Kutztown University R.S. Schaeffer Math Department With football season heading into the playoffs, now is your chance to take advantage of this football-themed interactive bulletin board idea provided by Shaunna from the Kutztown University R.S. Schaeffer Math Department! Kill two birds with one stone with a bulletin board decoration AND a clever game to play with students to review important concepts you've been working on in class. Are You Ready for Some MATHball? Bulletin…
THE SECRET TO HOW TO TEACH HANDWRITING
The Secret to Teaching Handwriting - Use this one simple DIY project to help pre-writers to distinguish between straight and curved lines to help build their understanding of shape and help establish correct letter and number formation later | you clever monkey
Velcro Dot Craft Sticks (Popsicle Stick Projects)
popsicle stick projects is a simple way to keep the kids busy while encouraging and building upon creative use and learning. popsicle stick projects teach shapes, encourage free play and imagination!
Kids Helping Kids
I met Jenny more than 5 years ago, she moved away shortly after we met, but I have been fortunate to be her “Facebook friend” from far away. She is an amazing mom that is active in
Turn a Cardboard Box into a Car Wash for Hot Wheels - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Use a cardboard box, dowel rods, and felt to create a car wash toy for Hot Wheels cars.
A Drive-In Movie Night
The concession Stand. Decorating the cars. Buying the treats and a ticket to the movie. In their cars ready to watch the movie. The other night we had a Drive-In movie party. We asked our guests to bring their pillows and blankets. When the kids arrived I gave them markers and let them decorate their cars made out of boxes. I used spray glue to attach postal paper (from the dollar store) to the boxes. I traced and cut out yellow circles for the head lights and glued blue paper plates on the…