We are getting closer to the end of the school year, but opportunities to continue to build strong school community are still in abundance. “Around the Subjects” in 90 minutes is a fun and engaging way for parent participation in child’s learning process. Teachers will love meeting parents, children will be excited to share their experiences and parents will have a lot of fun exploring all the subjects their child is learning. Win-win all around 🙂
What better way is there to encourage parent involvement and support than through celebrating parents themselves? Mother’s Day is a great opportunity to tell mothers and mother figures that they are appreciated, and in a way that is fun and engaging for studentsContinue reading
We all know the importance of parent involvement in schools. We also know that many times it is not easy to get parents to attend various events that we are organizing. So, we went out and asked parents what are some of their favorite events that the school or class has organized. And it turns out, movie night is high on the list. Continue reading
Whether you regularly recognize Earth Day, this teachable moment is an opportunity for hands-on learning about our world. Get students and parents involved and aware about our tiny planet, from local communities all the way to China. Continue reading
According to a study conducted at Harvard’s Neuroscience institute, the contagious nature of humor builds a sense of community. April Fool’s Day is a great opportunity to create some fun and think outside the box! Educational research shows that correctly-used humor can be an effective intervention to improve retention in students from kindergarten through college. Choose to combine those witty Fool’s Day pranks with powerful teachable moments and guarantee that your students will not only learn but will also retain the information. Where to get started you ask? Follow our guide to April Fool’s Day fun and find the combo of fun and learning that best fits your class!