Monthly Archives: April 2012

Three Tips for Teachers to Help Students Finish the School Year Strong

As the end of the school year rapidly approaches, students and teachers are excited for the upcoming summer. However, the end of the school year is usually one of the busiest, especially for high school students. Final exams, papers, end-of-the-year … Continue reading

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New Printable! Climates of the United States

With Earth Day just passed, it’s still the perfect time to teach your students about global warming, efforts to be more environmentally-friendly as well as general Earth Science. That’s why we’ve created a new Climates of the United States printable … Continue reading

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10 Activities for Environmental Education Week, April 15-21

Leading up to Earth Day on the 22nd, the week of April 15th to the 21st is National Environmental Education Week. This week is the perfect time to get your students active about helping the environment. Here are a few fun … Continue reading

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Springtime Windsock Craft

With spring now here, we’ve created a new craft to celebrate. Our Springtime Windsock Craft is the perfect way to get your classroom excited about all new seasonal occurrences of spring. Have each student make their own windsock, or have … Continue reading

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New Printable! Spring Themed Weekly Classroom Calendar

With the school year coming quickly to a close, it’s important now more than ever to be organized. That’s why we’ve created a new free printable calendar for your classroom. Our weekly calendar layout features a fun, spring design on … Continue reading

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