eDo you struggle to get art done each week? I don’t know about you but it doesn’t carry the same urgency as phonics, math, or writing. It’s too easy to let it slip week after week after week. If you’re anything like me, then you could use a few tips to ensure art happens.<br
Finding writing topics for kids can be difficult. They’re tired of writing about history, uninspired about science, and wanting something different. Here are 32 ideas to get your kids’ creative juices flowing!
Writing Topics for Young Elementary Kids
1. Describe the best way to splash in a puddle. 2. What is your
Latin is a dead language, as dead as dead can be.
It killed the Romans, now it’s killing me!
This is an old schoolyard chant which begs us to discuss why in the world should we study a dead language like Latin! Unless you go to the Vatican, no one speaks it these days.
Latin has gone
The Story of the World series is a set of history books written by Susan Wise Bauer. Children can use volume one as young as kindergarten or first grade. Volume four can be adapted for children as old as 8th grade making it a wonderful series to use, especially with a large family.
However trying to
Have you ever wondered how to discuss high school literature without a literature curriculum what questions to ask, what terms to review, and what themes to look for? I know I have.
There are times I don’t want to be tied to specific list of books. Sometimes the books are dull, other times my