Find out how to use the marble jar reward system as a positive behavior reinforcement tool in your classroom.
Are you interested in helping your students embrace mistakes and learn from them? Read our tips (with examples!) for how to give positive feedback.
Celebrate Valentine's Day in the classroom with these children's books about love perfect for a read-aloud or to prompt a discussion.
Add women's empowerment books to your classroom library to read during Women's History Month and beyond!
Celebrate Groundhog Day in the classroom with activities for kids that are packed with learning about science, math, and more!
How do you settle a class after lunch? These calming activities for kids can help!
How do you get students engaged with remote learning? We dove into the research for tips for teachers.
Find virtual field trips you can take from the classroom for free — or use while teaching remote students!
Try these gender-neutral terms to address a class of students in elementary school plus ways to adjust the language to be more gender neutral in the classroom.
New call and response ideas for the classroom will help grab student attention and make for a more fun atmosphere for your students.
Setting up guided reading groups and looking for new guided reading activities? We've got all you need to know about this literacy approach.
How do you celebrate MLK Day in the classroom and really honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's legacy? These teaching resources, activities, and ideas offer teachers a way to bring Dr. King into lessons all year long.
Is the four-day school week going to replace the five-day schedule? We broke down the benefits and drawbacks in the research.
From Devious Licks to slap a teacher, here are the TikTok challenges affecting schools and what teachers can do about them.
Talking to kids about report cards can be a challenge for parents. Here's what teachers can tell parents.
These fine motor skill activities for preschoolers and kindergartners are simple and fun but effective too!
With the holidays just around the corner, we have put together some easy holiday crafts and activities for kids to do in the classroom.
These Christmas games for kids are teacher-approved, plus there are winter games for a fun and inclusive holiday party in the classroom!
How can we teach our students what makes a good leader? Leadership qualities can easily be taught in your classroom with these fun resources.
Our teachers' favorite coding apps for kids, many of which are free to use in the classroom!
Fun ways to practice Hour of Code and teach coding in the elementary school classroom all year long!
Christmas is coming! How will you make your classroom merry and bright? We have 9 creative Christmas door decorations that you and your students will love!
Fun and festive Christmas foods to make for your classroom holiday party or holiday play!
The countdown to the holidays is on! How will you build excitement with your class? Create a classroom advent calendar of course!
These anchor chart ideas for reading, math, morning routines, and more are some of the best for the classroom and begging for teachers to try them!
'Tis the season for Christmas writing activities in the classroom! Try these holiday ideas for your writing centers.
Get printable Christmas craft templates and holiday activity templates to use in the classroom this winter!
Do your students reverse their letters? Learn why students struggle with mirror writing and how to help them.
Make parent-teacher conferences less stressful when you're a teacher. Use these teacher-tested tips!
These directed drawing Christmas activities include videos on how to draw Santa, a snowman, an elf, and a reindeer perfect for a classroom holiday party!
World Kindness Day - Explore ten beautiful ways educators can inspire kindness, including downloadable kindness resources and activities for kids.
These printable gratitude activities for kids and teachers are great to use when discussing Thanksgiving in the classroom.