Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math are greatly in demand in the modern work world. We can incorporate these fields of study into instructional units from preschool on and give our students the strong foundation they need.
End the Skills Gap!
Some posts from this category:
- Engineering Classroom Activites
- Materials Science Lessons
- Math Resources
- Real Life Math and Unreal Math
- Creativity and Math
- Science Heroes
Fresh Easter Baskets
Here’s what we’re putting in the baskets this year. Books! For the baby, we’ve got a board book. Guess How Much I Love You is a sweet bunny book Bunnicula, the story of a vampire bunny, will be a perfect read-aloud for the new reader. She has just the right… Continue readingFreshPlans Goes to Paris
Paris is one of the great cities of the world. We visited the City of Lights and enjoyed long walks, fine art, and amazing food. The older parts of Paris are filled with stunning architecture and many places to explore. There are wonderful new parts… Continue readingLadybug Classroom Theme
Ladybugs make a cheerful theme for a summer classroom. Once you establish the theme, it’s easy to carry through, just by using red and black. You can make a bulletin board with red background paper and black paper spots and you’re set. There are ready-made bulletin boards with ladybugs: The… Continue readingThe Elves and the Shoemaker
The Elves and the Shoemaker is a tale from the Brothers Grimm. In it, a poor shoemaker has only enough leather for one pair of shoes. He cuts the shoes out and leaves them ready to make in the morning. In the morning when he gets up, he finds (usually) two… Continue readingPack Your Lunch!
You pack a healthy lunch for your family to take to work or school… but what about the way you wrap up that delicious sandwich? The American Academy of Pediatrics recently released guidelines on food additives that had some strong things to say about food packaging. Specifically, they recommend avoiding… Continue reading