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Why should we be using presentations in our science lessons? Presentations are an engaging way to get kids excited about science. It allows you to
It’s almost Election Day! There’s no better way to teach our students about voting, than by hosting a mock election. Today, I am going to
Teaching economics to elementary students can be tricky. So, today, I want to explore how learning about goods and services will help your students’ understanding
Are you teaching a civics and government unit in your elementary classroom? This isn’t always the easiest subject for little ones, but today, I am
If you are teaching science in your elementary classroom, you may be looking for ways to teach magnets! Today, I am going to talk about
If you are teaching a Holidays Around the World, or Christmas Around the World unit this winter, these books are perfect additions to your plans!
Force and motion is a science concept that is important to a student’s foundational understanding. Having a solid grasp of the ideas that fall under
Teaching students about the past is always such a fun experience! This social studies topic can be done in several ways, but I like to
I recently wrote a blog post about teaching the Apple Life Cycle. I typically teach an apple unit during September and when October rolls around,