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As federal, state, and local governments around the country grapple with balancing the risks associated with COVID-19 and the start of the 2020-2021 school year, one thing remains clear. Classroom learning, no matter how it is implemented, will pose an increased infection risk to teachers, students, and their immediate families. In this post, I’m sharing a few ideas and resources that teachers can use to help alleviate the risks.
There are countless ways to reflect on a great read while simultaneously extending learning. Here are some ways to spruce up the old school book reports, even when your students are learning from home.
How Cooking Can Help Children Learn As teachers, students, parents, and administrators across the globe adjust to distance learning, little tweaks and moderations are being made with hopes of making this time easier for everyone. One thing that seems more
Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month During Distance Learning in 3-5th Grades During the month of April, I love sharing poetry with students! We study figurative language and write and read engaging poems to learn more about this mode of
Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month with Second Graders During Distance Learning April is National Poetry month! Chances are, you had all sorts of fun activities planned for your primary classroom. Even though you may be participating in distance learning