Month: March 2021

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Akata Witch: Young and Magical in Nigeria

A MiddleWeb Blog It’s hard to know where to begin with a review of a book where so much is going on

Celebrating Heroic Women Breaking Glass and Winning Gold

Women have made history, shattered glass ceilings, and forged paths in an array of fields spanning fr

Bridge Learning Gaps During SEL Month and Beyond

You can inspire your class to continue building SEL skills together as a team in ANY learning e

7 Ways to Make the Most Impact with Your Giving

Every day, DonorsChoose makes it possible for you to look inside a classroom and give a teacher what

How To Talk — And Listen — To A Teen With Mental Health Struggles

Nebolsine, the therapist in Falls Church, Va., adds that depression manifests itself in talk that is

What’s Inside a Squid? Try This Dissection Lab Activity To Find Out

For a science lesson your students will never forget, you have to go with a dissection. And it’s ea

Financial Literacy Challenge from Jackson Charitable Foundation and Discovery Education Inspires Community Collaboration to Win $10,000

The Cha-ChingTM Money Smart Kids Contest enables communities to vote for their to win

Your Students Will Love Practicing Reading Skills With This Fun Board Game

In order to learn how to read, most kids need great teaching in phonological awareness, phonics, comp

14 Essential Tips for Teaching Theme in Language Arts

When students in Becca Morris’s class start listening to R.J. Palacio’s Wonder, she looks for

4 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History With Your Students Every Month

Each March, and organizations across the country celebrate women’s contributions t