Growing anything from seed is a fun and satisfying project, and vegetables grown from seed are a great way to help children connect with the food they eat. Ask your students what the first step is for growing a vegetable and begin a dialogue about growing green or yellow squash from seed. Discuss how vegetables are important for a healthy diet and how growing your own can help cut costs for family shopping lists. 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
May is National Pet Month in the U.S., a time to reflect on the value of owning a pet. National Pet Month is a good opportunity for discussion, reading, and class activities that relate to pets. Most kids love animals, so it’s pretty easy to go from the “awww” factor to introducing valuable information about our domestic buddies. Read More
Have you ever considered using the Jabberwocky approach to writing in the classroom? It’s easy enough to launch a real study of Lewis Carroll’s work, with examinations of words and parts of speech, the history of it, and so on. But instead of going down the tried-and-true path, why not kick it up a notch? Read More
Everything you eat – from a salad to a slice of pizza – goes through the same basic process once you eat it. That process provides your body with the energy and nourishment that it needs to survive. But how does it work? Find out with this informative, easy-to-understand infographic on the digestive process! Read More
In my journey as an educator, I’ve come to discover that we are great list-makers. If there’s a task to be done, we’ve got a list for it. Maybe even three! The problem is that these lists are often too long and unrealistic. That said, let’s look at 5 ways to set up that “To Do” list in a slightly different manner. Read More
So how can you put doodling to work in your classroom? Encouraging your students to adopt different ways to learn will help them fine-tune their problem-solving skills. And not only might you find that your student’s retention levels are improving, you will also be seen as collaborating with them during the learning process. Read More
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