It’s time to appreciate the father’s in our lives, and I’ve got just the activity for you. It’s simple and sweet, which is just what a busy mom needs. Try out my Father’s Day Coupon Booklets! These are perfect to print last minute if you haven’t yet had time to purchase a gift. (Don’t have a teachers pay teachers account? You can find the booklets here) This year we’ll be pairing our coupon books with a hand-painted mug (courtesy of Michaels Canada). Check out the two designs you’ll get: What will you be doing for Father’s Day this year?
*This post contains affiliate links for convenient viewing* Our students are young and are still discovering how they fit in to the world around them. Whether your students are in grade 1 or grade 9, you will need self esteem activities to help build their confidence. Our students live between two worlds, their home life and their social life. As teachers, we have a unique window into their social life and it is our responsibility to teach our students how to navigate themselves while feeling proud, strong and encouraged with who they are. Here are some wonderful self esteem activities and books for you to explore: Get students to acknowledge their strengths: Allow students an opportunityContinue reading
There is no feeling in the world like knowing you’ve inspired real change in your students. These ideas will give you just that feeling. Encouraging your students to give back to their peers, families and greater community is a lesson that will leave a lasting impact. You’ll feel proud knowing you’ve pointed your students towards community service and your students will feel spirited and encouraged seeing the difference they’ve made. You cant go wrong with this type of project. Here are 6 community service ideas for students that will make a difference and inspire! 1. Start small: Starting a community service project doesn’t have to be a daunting endeavor. It can be as simple asContinue reading