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Cinco de Mayo Facts

As you prepare your curriculum for May, it is important to consider incorporating culture and flavor into your lesson plans. Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday that is celebrated, quite obviously, on May 5. This is a great time to introduce your students

Spring Art Projects for Elementary Students

As color begins to creep back into the landscape again during spring time, you can incorporate these same beautiful hues into your elementary classroom. Spring is the ideal time to get started on some colorful art projects as well as to explore seasonal concepts

St Patrick’s Day Story Starters

It’s a holiday filled with mischievous fun and magical discoveries at the end of the rainbow. Students love the excitement surrounding St. Patrick’s Day, so it’s great to capitalize on that joy and incorporate the holiday into your classroom lesson plans. If your students keep

10 Valentine’s Day Activities

When you flip the classroom calendar to the month of February, you are likely greeted with shades of red and pink as well as themed decor like hearts and flowers. It’s the month of love, as the Valentine’s Day holiday is celebrated on February

Character Education

“People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt Character education helps kids learn more about basic morals and values and their importance. Character-building is often included in class lessons and in the