Love this craft for for St. Patrick’s day encouraging students to reflect on when they feel lucky! Click to learn more!
Looking for a ‘magically delicious’ St. Patrick’s day activity for your students? With this editable craft each child makes a personalized ‘Cereal’ box with marshmallows. Click to learn more!
Potato chips may have been around since the 1820s, but it is thanks to a chef named George Speck that they became popular in America. George worked in a famous restaurant, and he got his name ‘Crum’ because one of the wealthy diners in his restaurant could not remember George’s last name.
February is such a crazy busy mont – which is why it’s my favorite teaching month! And it flies by! If you are looking for a black history/valentine craft, look no further! Read more…
What are some crafts you do with your young students in winter? (To see why crafting, scissor skills and art skills are so important in
February 2 is Groundhog Day! One of these days I want to go to Gobbler’s Knob in Punxatawney to hear the grand seer of seers make his prediction. But until then I will have to make do with our own celebrations in the classroom! Learn more about what we do here!
We may have just finished welcoming the new year into our classroom, but that’s not the end of the new year celebrations for other parts
Martin Luther King Jr. day is observed on the third Monday of every January and is the perfect opportunity for our young students to understand that they have the ability to make the world a better place, no matter how small their actions. Read more to learn about a simple craft for your students.
Fun and engaging back to school after the New Year activities for elementary students – click to learn more!
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