Are your students distance learning on a snow day? This simple snow day science activity will get your students learning outside. I absolutely love snow! I grew up in northwestern PA where our winters (sometimes fall and spring too) were always white! After college, I took a teaching job ... Read More about Get Students Outside with this Simple Snow Day Science Activity!
These free, printable holiday cards are a great way to say thank you to the special people who make your classroom an amazing place to work! Have you ever stopped to think about all of the "elves" that work together behind the scenes to help your classes run smoothly and your students to be ... Read More about Printable Holiday Cards, A Simple Way to Show Your Appreciation
The days leading up to a holiday in the classroom can be magical or chaotic. The teacher holiday survival guide is your key to success in the busy month of December. It's the most wonderful time of the year.... Are you singing along with me? This time of the year, teachers either LOVE ... Read More about A Teacher’s Guide to Survive (and Enjoy) Holidays in the Classroom
This post "Gift Guide for Science Lovers" may contain affiliate links and I may earn a small commission when you click on the links at no additional cost to you. Here comes Amazon....Here comes Amazon...Right down Amazon Lane....🎵 Just a little something to get you in the shopping mood! ... Read More about Holiday Gift Guide for Science Lovers
The ugly Christmas sweater activity is a great way to have academic holiday fun! I guarantee the judging will be the hardest part! Holiday craziness is on the way! After all, it is 2020! One of my favorite holiday traditions in the classroom is the ugly sweater contest! You see, I was ... Read More about Your Guide to the Ugly Sweater Contest in the Classroom