How can teachers measure success? What does it look like when kids are doing well in school? What does “success” look like in education? If the traditional approach of grading kids on an A through F scale seems to be lacking, Marita Diffenbaugh would agree with you. What is true, good, or beautiful in education?Continue reading “L.E.A.R.N.E.R Finding the True, Good, and Beautiful in Education by Marita Diffenbaugh”
Is it too soon to talk about Easter? I say no, because today, I’m talking about another book that focuses on, you guessed it, Easter. Forget about Peeps or that shredded stuff you put in the bottom of your Easter baskets, or the Easter chocolate I could eat anytime. We’re getting down to the storyContinue reading “The Easter Fix by Steph Williams”
Making fun out of masks? It’s true! Have some fun by making a paper mask with this paper mask created by ReadAloud.org. Read Aloud is a non-profit organization dedicated to childhood literacy. Today’s mask is a bee… plus it comes with a suggestion for a book you can read. Click here to download the PDFContinue reading “FREE Bee Paper Mask”
Ever been to Carnival? This paper mask/coloring page is the perfect intro to learn about this festival in Italy. Created by ReadAloud.org, a nationwide organization dedicated to promoting childhood literacy. To download the FREE Carnival Paper Mask PDF, click here.
When I grow up, I want to be… a scuba diver? Yup, there’s a coloring page for that! Get this FREE coloring page in the shape of a mask! Created by ReadAloud.Org, a non-profit organization committed to child literacy. Download a free PDF copy of the scuba diver coloring page here.
Did you know that just 15 minutes of reading every day could make a huge difference in a child’s life? Whether reading on their own or being read to by you, 15 minutes could help your child gain confidence and skill. Get this FREE reading tracker, created by Read Aloud.org. Read Aloud is a nationalContinue reading “FREE Fall Reading Tracker”
Teaching your child the lost art of penmanship? This book from Shine-a-Light Press is free! Designed for grade levels K-2 . Get the FREE download by visiting Shine-a-Light Press here.
Cat person or dog person? If you Must Love Dogs, you’ll love this paper craft/coloring page! Created by ReadAloud.org. Read Aloud is a non-profit organization that promotes reading. Click this link to download the page.
My friends at Oak Meadow have released the Fall 2020 edition of their journal, Living Education. Oak Meadow is a school and curriculum provider for homeschooling families. This issue is chock-full of fun. There’s some money-saving tips that can help you, especially if you’ve lost money during the pandemic. Are you feeling burnt out fromContinue reading “Homeschooling Solutions Found in Hands-On Learning”
Nicholas can’t help it; class is boring! He decided he would find another way to keep himself occupied. He takes us on a journey Where the Best Stories Hide. Roman Yasiejko gives us a fun, sing-songy cadence with enjoyable rhymes. Ben Whitehouse gives us fun, colorful illustrations that are full of imagination. A stern teacher,Continue reading “Where the Best Stories Hide”