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These Halloween number sense activities won't scare your little goblins - they're more like a treat than a trick!
Scare your little ghouls with these Halloween science ghost rockets - they will shiver with delight!
Too fun and too cute! A puffy paint cloud naming lesson for the three basic types of clouds.
Little kids sometimes need a behavior intervention plan, because they can completely disrupt an entire room. Here are some ideas that really work.
5 Reasons why the Chromebook is absolutely the best laptop for elementary students - and other choices suck eggs.
Free samples of math pictures from Primary Education Oasis - perfect for differentiated math lessons.
Talking much about math? Daily oral math skills have to be developed for our students to gain confidence in their mathematic abilities.
What are the characteristics of fairy tales and how can teachers use them in the classroom? Here is a detailed explanation plus a terrific unit on teaching tales from around the world.
What is your belief about reading to children? Does it really make a critical difference in their cognitive development or is it wasted time in the classroom?