Monthly Archives: March 2016

Make Reading Fun

Some students naturally find joy in reading. There will always be the ones who are excited by mandated reading times, love reading novels for class, and who read in their spare time. Unfortunately there are also a large number of … Continue reading

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Schools Around the World: Japan

Today is the start of an exciting new segment coming to our blog. Schools Around the World will be a series of posts about culture and teaching styles of schools in different parts of the world. While it is impossible … Continue reading

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March Craft: Standing Leprechaun

Looking for a fun and simple St. Patrick’s Day activity to do in the coming week? Well this Standing Leprechaun craft is perfect for you! It uses basic materials and won’t be too complicated for your younger students. It is … Continue reading

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Beyond Shamrocks and Leprechauns

St. Patrick’s Day is a fun holiday to celebrate in the classroom. After all, what child (or adult) doesn’t love the idea of a plant that brings you luck or of finding a pot of gold? But there is more … Continue reading

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