4 strategies to help students enjoy the Christmas season: be realistic, be conflict-free, be mindful, and be boundary-oriented.
5 strategies for teaching gratitude to students: love nature, gratitude challenge, gratitude book, thankful activity, and be supportive.
Four activities for teenagers to do this summer: 1. photography play; 2. fantastic festivals; 3. beach bum; 4. daring dancer.
Four activities you can do to with your kids outside this summer: 1. mini challenge; 2. the hunt; 3. go camping; 4. bubble pop.
Three activities you can do to engage your children in reading: , movie night, and get groovy: 1. listen up; 2. movie night; 3. get groovy.
Three fun engaging ways to your children this summer in writing: 1. graphic novel; 2. family postcards; 3. summer scrapbook.
2 simple and fun student voice ideas and activities without having them actively vocalize: 1. interest with Instagram; 2. Post-It Note play.
A challenge for teachers and homeschooling parents to develop healthy relationships: in their class, with their family and within themselves.
Find your passion in life with five simple steps: Find the love, Christmas tree lights, knock the door, shake up, and imagine the mountains.
To truly embrace multiculturalism and understand cultural diversity, it’s essential to teach our children how to openly accept one another and themselves.