Earth Day is a day to celebrate planet Earth. The very first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970. Over 20 million people participated in events to support environmental protection. Cities and schools planned educational presentations, recycling events, and cleanups at their local parks, beaches, and other outdoor areas. Today, over 141 nations around the world celebrate Earth Day…. Read More
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Women’s History Month is a time to learn and celebrate the contributions of women to events in history. It is celebrated during March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. In the United States, Women’s History Month first started in 1911 as International Women’s Day and was extended as a month-long annual celebration. President Jimmy Carter said it… Read More
Black History Month is a time to celebrate the amazing achievements of Black Americans. It’s also a time to teach our students about the important roles African-Americans have played in the history of this great nation. By taking a closer look at the character traits of these influential leaders, we hope to inspire our students to be the best they… Read More
It’s official. . .winter is here! Even though it made be freezing outside, you can still enjoy this season. Just bring the fun inside the classroom by learning about winter animals such as penguins, polar bears, and caribou. Students will love learning about these cool creatures! One of the best ways to introduce a new unit is with a fun… Read More
The holiday season is a time filled with happiness and cheer for most of us, but we often don’t realize that everyone out there isn’t always fortunate enough to be shopping for gifts. The world is a very hectic place, and we are all so busy with work and family life that we don’t always take the time to notice… Read More
Kids young and old adore Halloween. It’s a fun chance to dress up as someone else, enjoy the fall weather, and have a scary good time. Hosting a frightfully fun kids’ party in the classroom can be simple and enjoyable with these creative ideas for homemade games, snacks, and decorations. Three Bone-rattling Classroom Games No kids’ party would be… Read More