Every year I look for a different activity to do with my students on Earth Day. In fact, I often look for several new ideas because I usually make this the focus for the whole week. I've put together a list of my favorite tried and true Earth Day activities that I have used in my classroom over the years.
Read on to see the list!
Each year I like to do a different novel study with my students. This year I chose the book, "The City of Ember" because it fit in nicely with my science and social studies units (Light and Sound for science and Ancient Civilizations for social studies).
We did so many great activities throughout this unit that would work well for ANY novel study so I thought I would compile a list for you!
Read on for a list of great activities you can do with ANY novel study!
I'm not going to get into the nitty gritty of what ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is. If you are reading this post there is an excellent chance you already know what it is because you are dealing with it in your classroom. I'm also going to go out on a limb and assume that you are struggling with a student (or several) and that's why you're here. Dealing with ADHD in the classroom can be a big struggle for the teacher, the student, and the other members of the classroom depending on the severity of the child's symptoms. Read on to find easy strategies that you can implement right away.