Are your students like ours? Are they sponges when it comes to learning about informational topics? If your kids LOVE subjects like science and social studies then we recommend using their interests to your advantage! Here's how: Leverage your students' interests in historical … [Read more...] about How to Support Your Young Researchers in the Classroom
My little learners are sponges when it comes to learning about informational topics. They just LOVE subjects like science, history, and social studies. And, I LOVE using their enthusiasm to my teacher advantage. That's right! I'll take every opportunity to leverage my … [Read more...] about How to Support Young Researchers
Impress your principal, parents, and even yourself as students engage in both fun and learning right up until the last bell rings before Winter Break with the 5 Day Classroom Countdown! All teachers know the last week before the winter break is difficult to fill. Students are … [Read more...] about 5 Day Classroom Countdown to Winter Break!
Bonaparte Falls Apart by Margery Cuyler Bonaparte is afraid of going to school because he is literally falling apart. His friends try to help him with creative solutions, but they fall short. Finally, a "service" dog comes to the rescue by fetching Bonaparte's bones, which helps … [Read more...] about October Interactive Read-Alouds 2018
Weather Read-aloud and Activities for Kindergarten and First Grade My students can't get enough of these National Geographic Kids read-alouds and I love them because it allows them to meet the reading informational text and the science standards at the same time. It is great … [Read more...] about Weather Interactive Informational Text Read-Aloud