According to US Census records, Sarah E. Goode was born in Ohio. However, other details of her early life are hazy, and reports are conflicting. One thing is for sure: Goode made history in 1885 by being the first (or possibly second) African-American woman to receive a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark […]
Presidential families are just like us—they love their pets! Most of our presidents have had pets living with them at the White House. Their pets have included all kinds of animals! From President Benjamin Harrison’s pet goat named Whiskers, to Theodore Roosevelt’s pet pony named Algonquin, all were beloved pets! For this informational research activity, […]
The winter season is upon us, and you’ve probably already started shopping for your children’s outdoor winter wear. Nowadays, cold-weather attire can be fashionable, but functionality is a must, especially in those colder climates! Check out these tips on what to look for when buying winter wear for your children. Let’s start with boots. Finding a […]
Snow is starting to fall in Northeast Ohio, and to celebrate we’ve created a “Flurry of Math” to keep your students’ math skills sharp. The worksheet for each grade is coded with the Common Core State Standard that it reinforces. If you’re looking for more ideas to address the CCSS in Math, be […]
Valentine’s Day is next week. I am sure your students want to get past all of the “mushy” stuff and get to what is important, the candy! We want to fill them with something just as sweet, but better for their health: MATH. Besides, who doesn’t love math?! These Valentine math worksheets are sure to keep your students loving math.
Attached are some pages that can be used in your classroom to balance out all of the sweets. They can be used for in-class instruction, bell work, or for homework. Show your students you really love them and math at the same time.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., pointed out the need for people to speak out against injustice. His words are still true today. Many schools, for example, find bullying an issue in their walls. “Bullying is aggressive behavior that is intentional and that involves an imbalance of power. Most often, it is […]