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There are many teachers looking to move their learning into digital format! Schools are shifting to 1:1 ratio for iPads. And currently, we’re experiencing remote learning with students at home. This may prove to be difficult for topics like science and math where students are used to being hands-on! In this blog post, I’m going to suggest a few ideas on how to teach science virtually. First, we will check out virtual field trips and online resources that will help your lesson plans. Then, we will look at activities you can assign to your students. Finally, you can download a freebie activity!
Women’s History Month is throughout the month of March. It is essential that we as educators, help teach our students the importance of women in
Teaching Water Cycle Just like my other science blog posts, I am going to split up this Teaching Water Cycle post into three sections. First,
Teaching Labor Day is very beneficial in the primary classroom because it starts giving your students an early appreciation of community helpers and workers! I’ve
I recently did a Facebook Live video all about my weekly reading mystery freebie. This was a quick and fun idea that I had for
Here is the third blog in my mini science blog series. A few days ago, I blogged about Weather and Habitats with ideas for the classroom. This post is