How do I stave off candy cane stupor without becoming a Scrooge? Read on for five tips about how to productively power through December!
Every year I make at least one book with my students using either a photo printing website or an online self-publishing service. My...
Since noodles are inexpensive, plentiful, and fun to play with, it’s time for a lesson-planning trip down the pasta aisle!
I let my students know that divergent thinking is important and FUN by sharing picture books that encourage creativity.
Here's how to create "Tweetable" poetry using the books in your classroom library!
Here are some of my strategies to make homework as painless as possible for both me and my students.
As much as I love books, I think children’s magazines are sometimes an even better reading tool. Here's why!
After discovering a new set of lesson plans on Scholastic’s “Open a World of Possible” page, I’m inspired to shift art analysis from a once...
I turned to my colleagues for their best packing-up-the-classroom tips. Watch this video for their expert ideas.