How do sand and salt make icy roads safer? Your students will be able to answer this question after they conduct this easy hands-on science experiment using simple materials such as ice, salt, and sand. Digital and printable resources included! Read more here!
A few years ago I posted a question on Facebook asking teachers to tell me their favorite book to read aloud for Earth Day, and Just a Dream by Chris Van Allsburg was the top recommendation. I had not read it before, soRead more
If you’re looking for a fun and educational math game for your students to play on St. Patrick’s Day, Leprechaun Luck might be exactly what you need! But then again, it might not, and that’s where the challenge comes in!Read more
This week I’m collaborating with 30 other math educators to bring you three HUGE bundles of ready-to-use math resources at a fraction of their normal cost! Each Spring Math Bundle has over 50 resources and is worth hundreds of dollars, but todayRead more
February is packed with fun holidays, making it a great time to integrate seasonal activities into your lessons. This month’s special events include Valentine’s Day, Presidents’ Day, and Black History Month. But I’ll bet you didn’t know that it’s International Friendship Month, too!Read more
Laura is the owner of Teaching Resources and a former 5th grade teacher from Fayetteville, North Carolina. Laura was a classroom teacher for 30 years, and she now spends her time creating books and resources for elementary educators. While Laura was teaching, she was the recipient of the prestigious Milken Family Foundation Educator Award, and she received National Board Certification as a Middle Childhood Generalist. She has presented educational workshops online and around the country for over 20 years She’s the author of 10 books for teachers as well as over 100 digital resources.