Blog

In this project, students will be working in pairs to create their own country from scratch. They will also choose a type of government government system....
Read More →
As the school year winds down, it is sometimes difficult to keep teaching to the last minute so here are 13 fun things to do on the last day of...
Read More →
I once had a challenging experience running a book club with low-level English students in Vietnam. I wanted something that will challenge them so I chose a book that wasn’t...
Read More →
Here's an absolutely free classroom tools for teachers that I've been using called Super Teacher Tools which provides classroom management materials!...
Read More →
There are many types of vocabulary puzzles for all ages including adults! Students can create the puzzles for their classmates to solve!...
Read More →
Let me start by saying I am a believer of intrinsic motivation. I always dream of students working for knowledge’s sake. However, after many experiments year after year, I found...
Read More →
Introduction Welcome to Forms of Government Systems Web Quest! During this web quest, you will be able to: complete a worksheet as you learn about different types government around the world...
Read More →
Cool down or post-reading activities are important as they provide opportunity for students to make connection with the text. ...
Read More →
Use these engaging while-reading activities: suggestopedic reading-aloud, vocabulary notebook and word wall, think-pair-share and more!...
Read More →
Pre-poetry reading activities can help the learner to be more prepared for what they are about to read and get ready for more complex tasks....
Read More →
This game is based off of the game BOGGLE in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. The purpose of the game is to discover as...
Read More →
Here are some fun Christmas classroom activity ideas that you can use to add a bit of holiday cheer and excitement before that much awaited winter break!...
Read More →
Can students find the safe zone before it’s too late? Or will zombies take over the world? Download this super engaging and fun conversation game now! File type: pptx ALSO...
Read More →
Check out these Halloween classroom activities as well as some games which will really get your students jumping up and down!...
Read More →
Here are some end of lesson activities and ideas that can be used for the remaining three to five minutes of you class time....
Read More →
In this writing activity, I prepare 10 of each of the following elements of a story: character, time, place and situation. I have my students select 4 numbers (from 1...
Read More →
Here’s a quick Halloween activity based off a Mexican holiday called Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. I know these are two different holidays but this activity...
Read More →
Here's a list of better Microsoft powerpoint alternatives for presentations that every teacher can try for FREE in their next lessons!...
Read More →
Formative assessment tools are a great way to measure a student’s performance before, during, and throughout the instruction process....
Read More →
This deserted island survival activity is based off the Lost at Sea team building game in relation to the book Robinson Crusoe in my literature class....
Read More →