Fingerprint classification is a great science project for kids. Follow these instructions for a great lesson on fingerprinting and the scientific method. This project is great for gifted or older elementary students or for middle school students. ...
10 Tips for Teachers for the First Week of School Starting the new school year is a time that is both exciting and nerve-wracking. Although kids don't realize it, the first week of school is as thrilling and overwhelming for teachers as it is...
Information on Andy Warhol and the pop art movement that started in the mid-1950s. Also includes step by step instructions for a project in which children can create their own piece of pop art.
There are many free quality resources to help you study for your GED tests. Several of them are described here.
Do your children need a better homework routine? Do you need help keeping track of all the school forms and deadlines? Follow my easy plan to create a special homework center that will help you and your children be more organized.
I’ve found numerous ways, some my own and others learned, that help me get in the mood for study and working and that are effective ways of learning.
A complete list of Newbery Award winners by grade level from 1922 to the present.
Reviews of 12 of the best websites to help students with science fair project ideas, experiments and displays.
None of us is getting any younger, of course. As we age we tend to become a little nostalgic. We long for "the good old days." We notice how things have changed. Here I muse about a few changes.
9 ways to make invisible ink with lemon juice, milk, baking soda, cornstarch, iodine, and white crayon. Make vanishing ink, glowing ink and writing on a banana.