Are you looking for something to get your kids writing a narrative? This month's visual writing prompt is ready to add to your collection of ideas to get started.
Have you purchased a PDF file (secured with a password or not) and found yourself stuck with splitting the pages that you want to assign to your students for distance learning? For example, if you have purchased any one of my Math Mysteries, the PDF file contains both the student sheets, answer sheets, teacher instructions, and printable awards. Obviously, you don't want to be sending the entire file home to them. So how do you split these secured documents to contain the student pages only? Continue reading this post for a simple solution to this common issue.
Making learning opportunities fun is one of the best ways to keep minds active during these unusual and challenging times. Because many of us are suddenly finding ourselves at home a lot more these days, there's an increased need for fun and educational home activities to keep our kids engaged - and Lego is a great tool for that!
I've found giving kids a regular type of activity in a structured way can help build part of a daily home routine that doesn't involve screens or time scrambling looking for an activity to do. So, if you're lucky enough to have a set of Lego bricks at home, this week I've come up with a 30-day challenge of Lego activities you can use to incorporate as part of your new daily routine at home. Keep on reading to find out the Lego challenges I've set out for my little ones and download a free copy for yourself too.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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