March is upon us. Your classroom may be turning green. Here’s a game that can support your green transition. Continue reading Matching Green Shamrocks
This activity is best used for counting practice. It’s really simple. It’s really effective. Continue reading Paper, Stickers and Towers
At age 7, I knew it was very wrong to drink and drive. You could go to the slammer. So, … Continue reading Don’t Drink and Drive… with a Pepsi
Clouds move… very, very slowly. If they’re moving fast, you shouldn’t be outside. Teaching children about weather? Clouds are going … Continue reading Clouds Move Slow
Back in the day, children use to play outside. When I was a child, I did the same thing. Not … Continue reading Let. Them. Play.
You go outside and you’ll find numbers. Not hard. Everything has numbers on them: buildings, cars, signs. But can you … Continue reading Teaching in the Real World: Numbers
Teaching colors requires visuals. You can’t teach Red by saying it. You need to show Red. I have a coffee table in … Continue reading Teaching in the Real World: Colors