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Phys Ed Focus: 15 Ways To Get Kids Moving

Phys Ed Focus: 15 Ways To Get Kids Moving

We all need to move more. Teaching kids to move throughout the day also encourages them to develop healthy habits that may stick with them through life. Most of us don’t get enough movement, and while there are certainly benefits of longer, more challenging exercise,...
Holiday Classroom Craft: How To Make Spiky Balls

Holiday Classroom Craft: How To Make Spiky Balls

Before you know it, Christmas will be here, and no doubt many of your students are already starting to get into holiday mode. This is a great time for one of my favorite holiday classroom crafts: spiky Christmas balls. These festive Christmas decorations are great for...
How To Make Spelling Fun With Phonics Games

How To Make Spelling Fun With Phonics Games

Phonics games are a fun and engaging way to help your students revise and practice words during spelling time. A couple of fun phonics games you can try with your students are spin a word board games and cootie catchers (sometimes called chatterboxes or fortune...
Do You Need Fresh Physical Education Ideas?

Do You Need Fresh Physical Education Ideas?

Are you responsible for physical education? If you are, coming up with fresh ideas (and planning the lessons around them) can be challenging. Even if you aren’t you may be looking for ways to get kids moving. There is plenty of evidence that many kids aren’t active...
How To Write A Natural Disasters Research Report

How To Write A Natural Disasters Research Report

From tsunamis to earthquakes, tornados to volcanos, landslides to avalanches, natural disasters happen. They teach us about geology and geography, weather and climate science. They are powerful and fascinating, whether they hit close to home or pop up in far away...

3 Activities To Help Teach Digraphs

I often find myself grasping for some new ideas for introducing and teaching phonics and digraphs to my students. Digraphs are when 2 letters are used to represent one sound. Some examples of digraphs include: /sh/, /ch/, /th/, /ck/, /a-e/, /o-e/… and there are many...

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