Brainstorming is one of my favorite cooperative learning strategies to spark creativity and critical thinking in my students. It boosts problem-solving skills and nurtures a
As the winter chill sets in, it’s not just our bodies that need to stay warm and active; our brains also crave stimulation and challenge.
Teaching gratitude becomes a focus of my instruction as soon as November’s golden leaves signal the onset of Thanksgiving. One of the most valuable ways
If you’ve ever observed a child’s sense of wonder, you’d know just how incredibly eager they are to discover the world around them. From the
We often overlook the power of teaching adjectives as part of writing instruction. But adjectives can turn boring sentences into captivating stories. For students in
Haiku Activities are the perfect addition to your Spring Lesson Plans as April is National Poetry Month! It is so important to introduce students to
“I’m done! Now what?” These are dreaded words every teacher has heard more than a time or two! Creating lessons that will serve a diverse
We’ve all been there: your classroom is looking a little dated or worn down. Maybe you’re just feeling uninspired and need some help sparking creativity