These sidewalk chalk ideas are perfect for taking your elementary class outdoors!
Teachers can prevent summer brain drain and the summer slide. Here are some activities to send home at the end of the school year.
Father's Day is just around the corner, check out these easy yet cute Father's Day craft ideas for the classroom.
Teachers, these quick and fun end of year classroom activities will help you finish off your year just right!
Check out these fun icebreakers for kids! These games help kids learn about their classmates, as well as making great first week activities too!
What is the science of reading and why are so many schools — and states — requiring it? Look at the research for how we teach students to read and history of the reading wars.
These Mother's Day crafts for kids get the teacher stamp of approval for the classroom.
Learn how to make an exploding gift box with your students this Mother's Day to expand their engineering skills while creating something special for Mom or another special person.
Use these drama games with upper elementary and middle school students as brain breaks or to help students build their skills. These activities & games work with any content your class is familiar with!
Trying to take your space lessons to infinity and beyond? These space activities for kids incorporate math, ELA, and more!
Make Earth Day count with these fun Earth Day activities for kids in the classroom that incorporate math, science, and more, plus access free seeds, resources, and more for teachers!
Use this guide to using the student portfolio as an assessment tool and more in your elementary classroom.
Teach these subtraction strategies to young math students to help them on the path to math fluency.
Try these math tricks for kids that will supplement learning instead of supplanting it! They're teacher-approved!
Get plastic Easter eggs? Use these ideas in the classroom to practice sight words, fractions, and so much more!
Looking for a quick and easy activities for World Poetry Day 2018? Check out slam poetry for kids, publish a poetry mini-book or create a poetry-inspired performance!
Dive into fun and hands-on alphabet activities for pre-school and kindergarten that help students develop letter recognition, practice initial sounds, and more.
Quick and easy Easter Math activities to bring the holiday into your classroom with a curriculum focus. This is a lifesaver if you're looking for Easter fun without the time factor.
What is scaffolding in education and why is scaffolding teaching so important for students? Try these strategies to make it work for your learners!
These library activities for kids help kids make the most of the time they have in the library!
Fun and educational caterpillar and butterfly activities for kids to learn about life cycles, endangered species, and more during spring.
Use these Earth Hour activities and ideas to help teach kids in your classroom about sustainability.
Teaching storytelling? Get students in the classroom excited with these storytelling ideas and activities for kids!
Teaching about characters? These anchor charts about character traits offer ideas for teaching readers and writers both!
See the best children's books to help teachers teach students how to excel at persuasive writing!
Celebrate National Poetry Month this April with teaching resources, poetry writing activities, and more ways to make learning poetry fun for kids.
Celebrating St. Patrick's Day in the classroom calls for fun STEM activities, writing challenges, and more — all designed by teachers!
These bunny crafts are perfect for the classroom whether you celebrate Easter or just want to mark spring with some bunny-inspired activities.
Wordle has taken over the classroom. Here's how to make your own Wordle type game and board to get students excited about words!
How do you teach punctuation in a fun way? These punctuation activities and exercises are chock full of fun and learning too!
Explain International Women's Day to the kids in your classroom, and give this holiday real meaning to your students.
Using visual brainteasers in the classroom encourages critical thinking in your students - plus kids love them!