Not every part of the country gets to celebrate snow with sledding, snowman building, and other outdoor activities, but everyone can catch the winter spirit with stories, lessons, and crafts. The possibilities are endless. Here, if you will, is the tip of the, uh-hem, iceberg. SNOW GLOBE CRAFT You may not know just how affordable […]
Happy New Year! Along with all of the celebration, many of us are thinking about our resolutions and the goals we have for the upcoming year. For many people and families, eating a healthy diet is a top priority. Check out these six tips to make packing your own and your child’s lunches both easy […]
2017 will be here before you know it, and the tradition every New Year’s Eve is to pick a few resolutions to start the year off right! Well, this year why not pick a few resolutions you can do as a family? Here are a few family-friendly New Year’s resolutions for 2017: Volunteer: Each month, […]
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 […]
Celebrate Chinese New Year!
Chinese New Year provides many cross-curricular opportunities for students to learn about Chinese culture. Below, you’ll find links to crafts and lesson plans to help you celebrate. We have also included a printable color-by-number Chinese lantern. Instruct students to solve the subtraction equations near the bottom of the page and color the drawing by using the difference that corresponds with each color. (For example, 9 – 8 = 1 , and 1 is black, so all the spaces with a 1 should be colored black.) Once students have completed the math and done the coloring, use the lanterns to decorate for your celebration!
- National Geographic Kids: Chinese Horoscopes: Find Your Birth Year Animal!
- One World Nations Online: Chinese New Year Celebrations
- Ancient China Lessons Plans and Activities
- Scholastic: Chinese New Year Activity Ideas
- 10 Ideas for Chinese New Year
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 […]
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 […]