Is your classroom transitioning to being paperless? Is your school encouraging more use of technology? Over the past year, I've been working on building digital mystery options to start a new line that will help teachers cater for their classrooms if technology resources are needed. These mystery games take me a while to make, so at the moment I don't have too many available. But, this week I'd like to share with you my latest digital mystery creation for the Thanksgiving season, The Case of the Thanksgiving Thief! I'll include a free trial so that you can see how it works. It might be a fun option to keep your students engaged and learning in the build up to the holiday break!
Teaching children to respect themselves, other people and the world around them is super important. However, topics, such as respect, can often be a difficult concept to teach to young children. Luckily, there are a number of fabulous books out there that can help teach children such valuable life lessons.
Books are a beautiful and fun way to teach children a variety of topics in life. Check out this list of books that help with teaching kids the idea of respect for others and for themselves.
Classrooms need to incorporate a range of methods to teach students a variety of skills. I'd like to point out that yes, hands-on and active learning experiences are still by far some of the best teaching strategies! However, there doesn't need to be a total ban (like I am seeing in some schools) on the traditional worksheet either. This post will outline the various reasons why balance is key and worksheets are not a total enemy!
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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