Summer is here, and it’s the perfect time to enjoy the sunshine and get creative with your little ones. Whether you’re a teacher or a parent, summertime can be an opportunity to explore science in a handson and fun way. With the help of some simple materials, you and your kids can conduct science experiments and learn while having fun. In this blog post, we’ll share some DIY summer science projects that you can do with your kids, without breaking the bank.
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Mathematics is a subject that can be a challenge for many students. Instead of running away or giving up in the face of difficulties, we want to encourage our learners to embrace challenges and persevere through difficult problems. When students experience struggle and discomfort in the process of learning math, they often feel that they are not good enough to succeed.
However, productive struggle in mathematics is necessary to promote deep and meaningful learning and develops growth mindset. As teachers, we need to provide opportunities for our students to engage in productive struggle while supporting them every step of the way. In this blog post, we will explore strategies to promote productive struggle in mathematics, empower students to embrace challenges, and support their learning and growth.
As a teacher, it's a great feeling to watch students complete their assignments. But what happens when a student finishes early and has nothing to do? While it's tempting to tell them to "read a book," or “share the book with a classmate,” they deserve to be engaged and, above all, challenged. This is where you, as the teacher, come in. In today's blog post, we're going to look at some inspiring ideas for early finishers in the classroom that will keep them engaged beyond completion.
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your students problemsolving and critical thinking skills? Look no further than a classroom mystery party! These parties are a great way to bring excitement into your classroom, while still teaching important skills.
But planning a classroom mystery party can feel overwhelming. How do you write a mystery that will engage your students? How do you set the scene? And how do you make sure everything runs smoothly? In this post, we’ll walk you through all the steps of planning and hosting a classroom mystery party. By the end, you’ll feel confident and ready to throw a party that your students won’t forget. 
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