Diversity in the Classroom

In today’s increasingly diverse society, there is no room for ignorance in the classroom. It is very important that our students learn at a very early age that not everyone is the same, and that is ok! Diversity should not only be taught in the classroom; diversity should be celebrated! When people are different from […]

Creating Holiday Traditions

The holiday season is really the most wonderful time of the year. Who doesn’t love gathering close with friends and family they haven’t seen in so long? For many, this will be the first time they’ve seen the ones they care about since the last holiday season, so these moments should be cherished. When you […]

Encouraging Healthy Lifestyles

As instructors, it is our job to educate. In the standard school system, this includes the obvious subjects such as math, science, history, and language arts. One thing that is usually not in our curriculums however, is health education. We teach our students how to grow up to be wise so they can function in […]

School Spirit

We’ve got spirit, yes we do! We’ve got spirit, how about you? There are few things in school that really can excite and join together the student body like spirit week. Something special happens when students can unify and rally around one cause at their school. There are lots of different ways to increase school […]

Explore Storytelling

What do Charlotte’s Web, Beauty and the Best, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and Mr. Popper’s Penguins have in common? They are all incredible stories we read when we were children! Even more, they are stories that we still remember, in vivid detail, to this day. Their stories and messages have stood against the test […]

Holiday Shopping Planning

The holiday season is a wonderful time of the year. It is the perfect time to get together with friends for hot chocolate and pumpkin pie, our families come from all over to be with those they love, and shopping becomes a weekly occurrence. It truly is a time to be cherished. Amidst all the […]