Trick or treat! The spooky season is upon us and while we’re all for a good sugar rush, we also know that as an educator, teaching a classroom full of students who’ve eaten too much candy isn’t easy. While Halloween candy is a huge part of traditional trick-or-treating excitement, some students may have allergies or…
Blog | Holidays
Pride Month is a great time to teach your students about the LGBTQ+ community and their long-standing struggle for social justice.
Educate your class about important terms, definitions, the Pride Movement, and LGBTQ+ stories!
As the name suggests, Juneteenth is celebrated annually on June 19th.
This historic holiday has been around for more than a century but it’s often omitted or dismissed in American textbooks.
Start learning about Juneteenth and its significance to honor it in your classroom.
November is a perfect time to focus on being thankful!
Encourage gratitude and Thanksgiving celebrations with these crafts ideas to get your students in the holiday spirit!
Face masks and social distancing are still the norms, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate Halloween with your children!
Get into the festive mood with Halloween themed face masks while still staying safe for the holidays.