writing in math class

Writing in Math Class?

Minds in Bloom is happy to present this guest post by Kim of Teaching Math by Hart. We just know you’re going to love this post

Character education is an increasingly essential aspect of curricula everywhere. The characters in The Wizard of Oz provide the perfect basis for teaching character education, and our guest blogger describes why in this post. She also shares a Character Rap that she wrote for 5th and 6th grade students. Click through to read her post and get her rap!

Follow the Character Road

  Hello from Barbara Gruener, author of The Corner on Character blog and What’s Under Your Cape? SUPERHEROES of the Character Kind.  I am somewhere over the rainbow

Brain breaks are great to incorporate into your day in the classroom, but they should be focused on more than just movement. This Roll a Brain Break activity will have your students working on things like coordination and spatial awareness, too!

Brain Breaks Freebie!

Brain Breaks are fun, of course, but I take them very seriously (in a good way!). Research has shown that kids need to move in

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