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.
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.
A lot of teachers and other school staff have this simple question. They see that there are some bad things that students can do with it. That's why most schools banned it anyway. Right?
Reviews of 12 of the best websites to help students with science fair project ideas, experiments and displays.
Classroom management ideas and classroom management strategies, offered by a retired high school teacher.
Everything you need to make a fun and realistic erupting volcano...
You can easily build an milk jug igloo in your classroom with some planning, lots of milk jugs, and plenty of hot glue. Instructions plus ideas for integrating math, science, and history.
These websites offer free kid-friendly tools for researching and writing term papers, themes, research papers, and essays.
Tips to help children study for spelling tests.
Although all children develop in their own unique fashion, as a direct result of both hereditary and environmental influences, there is a certain pattern of development that applies to nearly all children. It is crucial for today’s educators to...