Make a lapbook about ancient Egypt with these book ideas, links to free printables, and activity suggestions.
Keeping a reading journal is a fantastic way to encourage a child to think deeply about whatever he his reading. It works especially well with fiction novels, but can be used with non-fiction as well.
Homeschooling is popular, but how much of it does the public really know about it? Here is an article to examine the myths and realities surrounding it.
If you're new to notebooking, you'll discover that science is a great topic to begin with. Because science is so broad and lends itself to a variety of methods of expression such as charts, diagrams, paragraphs, and photos, it's perfect for...
What better way to learn about the United States of America than to create a notebook filled with facts about each state? Here you will find printables, books, ideas, and supplementary activities.
The young don’t know it yet but “old age ain’t for sissies.” – Bette Davis. I’ve discovered a marvelous way to fight agism and disrespect – with the powerful weapons of humor and laughter.
How to introduce Shakespeare's plays to young readers.
What to do if a library loses a book you returned and how to prevent a loss from occurring.
The 5 senses and lesson plan ideas for teaching them.
Alligators are learning to read and write down in the swamp. Post the Alligator Pie Poem and let the kids sing along. Lots more alligator themed hands-on activities help kids read, write and cipher...