Educational games can appeal to students of all ages and are a fun way to review for a test or reinforce prior knowledge. The "Who Am I?" game is great for social studies, literature, and art.
Sensory bins, tubs, and tables are a great way to give preschool and kindergarten age children more tactile experiences both at school and at home. Use them for holidays, seasons, books, and more!
Capsim Simulation: The Finance Module
An explanation of the Human Resources Module in the Capsim Simulation.
You can learn a lot about children and their behaviors by observing them in a planned way. Children are very interesting, if you are a teacher, day care worker, or a parent you can definitely gain knowledge about...
A simple explanation about Selling Capacity in the Capsim Simulation.
Capsim Simulation: A description of the Broad Differentiation Strategy.
In the Capsim Simulation, an explanation of the Marketing Module's Promotion and Sales Budgets.
Terrariums are easy for students to set up in the classroom and make an excellent tool for observing the water cycle. Create these mini ecosystems with your class and have your students investigate this most important...
The best social studies projects available online for free for students in grades k-12, including videos and links to project-based learning resources.