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Using Bloom’s Verbs, Wikipedia, and Bartleby, you can help develop a student's higher-order thinking!

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January 15, 2019
Rachael Tom

Make Learning Fun: Brainteasers

Brainteasers

Hello puzzle lovers!

This week we're thrilled to bring you three more brainteasers, along with the answers (see below) to last week's brainteasers! 

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January 10, 2019
Ray FitzGerald

5 Ways to Get Students Moving to Retain Information

Learning Through Play, Learning at Home

If you’re like me, your life tends to be filled with a sort of controlled chaos. Throughout my teaching career, my classroom always seemed like it teetered on the brink of falling apart. My life as a parent usually feels the same — and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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January 08, 2019
Rachael Tom

Make Learning Fun: Brainteasers

Brainteasers

Hello puzzle lovers!

This week we're thrilled to bring you three more brainteasers, along with the answers (see below) to last week's brainteasers! 

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January 03, 2019
Dimitra Neonakis

Cool Classroom Activity: Ice Core Mini Lesson

STEM, STEAM, Learning Through Play, Learning at Home, STEM Education / Play

Looking to make climate change and proxy data hands on and accessible to students? Then this is the lesson for you!

In this mini-lesson, students will use simulated ice cores to make hands-on measurements and observations to help them construct an understanding of how scientists use proxy data as evidence of climate change.

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January 01, 2019
Rachael Tom

Make Learning Fun: Brainteasers

Brainteasers

Hello puzzle lovers!

This week we're thrilled to bring you three more brainteasers, along with the answers (see below) to last week's brainteasers! 

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December 27, 2018
Annabelle Short

Health Benefits of Arts and Crafts for Kids

Learning Through Play, Learning at Home, STEAM, Creativity, Kids And Creativity

Most children are happy to sit down to create arts and crafts. Whether they’re just finger painting or making something personalized and intricate, it seems to keep their attention. 

This activity is more than just a bit of fun, though. Arts and crafts can also be beneficial to a child's health. Mainly, it helps to promote their development and mental health. Here, we are going to take a look at exactly how arts and crafts can be great for your child.

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