There are some who argue that print is dead. I beg to differ! Despite shrinking advertising sponsors and the allure of online news, print journalism is alive and well, and very often available free of charge from your local newspaper publisher. For the teacher trying to steer away from worksheets, newspapers serve as a great hands-on resource that can enhance several cross-curricular lessons already in your plans. Read More
Help kids to better understand the fascinating process of how plants make “food” with this easy-to-understand infographic on Photosynthesis. Read More
Ever wonder how the President of the United States gets elected? Check out this FREE printable infographic for a kid-friendly, step-by-step breakdown of how the Electoral College works. Read More
This infographic highlights the 3 main branches of the U.S. Government in a simple, easy-to-read format.
Will Wonders Never Cease! From ancient antiquity to the modern era, people who love architecture, travel, and the “art of the awesome” have been celebrating (and re-celebrating) the Seven Wonders of the World. 7 Ancient Wonders Being a traveler was. Read More
Check out this informative infographic for a detailed visual breakdown of the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution. Read More
Widely described as a high-tech outdoor treasure hunt, geocaching involves using a smartphone or GPS device and searching outdoors for hidden “caches,” or containers with trinkets inside, as well as a logbook listing who found the geocache and when they found it. Read More
The ability to pick up and read the clues around you is one of the best methods of teaching ever. And it doesn’t have to be one of those certified educational moments either. The grocery store, a football game, church, riding in the car, even watching TV all can be moments when you discuss the things you touch, hear, taste, and see with your kids. Read More
I love it when I hear kids ask questions – “How many stars are in the sky?” – that show they’re becoming more interested in the world around them. It’s important to keep that curiosity and thirst for knowledge alive! Here are a few tips for raising kids that want to be lifelong learners: Read More
Ever wonder how search engines like Google, Yahoo! or Bing can find and deliver results so quickly? Learn more about how a web search works with this fun infographic, perfect for the classroom or home. Read More
As with all ways to have fun with your kids, allow them the chance for self expression, and listen to their ideas. The best games are the ones that come naturally, and those will be the games they remember best. Read More
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