You are here

Do you have a sweet tooth? A mouth full of them? Here are some fun activities involving chocolate for your classroom.
As more presidential hopefuls begin to announce intentions to run for the 2016 presidential election, find out where each one currently stands on...
This timeline chronicles legal and cultural changes related to acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) individuals, same-sex...
Create a large Venn diagram on an easel pad. Invite children to compare turtles to another animal with four legs. Record similarities and differences...
Lessons about genetically modified organisms can take time to do well. Fortunately, there are many resources out there to engage your students and...
Determine the size of 3 or 4 dinosaurs and tape a line on your floor that is the length of each dinosaur to help students explore their enormous size...
Write on the board: Turtle, turtle, what do you see? I see a __________ looking at me. Give each child a piece of drawing paper. On the paper have...
Five tips for avoiding the end-of-semester slump.
Read to children One Tiny Turtle by Nicola Davies. Then use this movement game to have children pretend to be tiny sea turtles that are about to...
Grade 3-12 students learn about physics and take on the role of engineers who design a thrill ride.