From the TCT archives: what older students can learn from nursery rhymes.
A teacher shares insights into the minds of young writers.
Three ways to facilitate successful group assignments.
Here’s a saint study about St. Anthony of Padua, complete with lesson ideas and activities.
Here are three ways teachers can educate for reading proficiency using Common Core standards without robbing students of the full experience of reading.
Use this read-aloud to teach your students (and yourself!) about a Polish title of Mary, Our Lady of Czestochowa.
These 10 authors are faithfully Catholic and doing writing worth sharing.
With “Christmas Around the World,” you’ll find it easy to have fun, educational projects that cross your curriculum and meet many needs.
Students improve their language arts skills in a fun way with this creative activity.
All children can learn to be creative thinkers. Creativity is a skill that can be developed. It is the ability to make connections between things and make something new. Inventors make such connections all the time.
by H.F. Poehlmann, M.Ed. and Virginia D. Wiedenfeld, M.Ed.
Integrate the Catholic faith into your language arts lessons with these creative ideas.
Reading enables an individual to learn for a lifetime. Every teacher must consider the question “How can I help this student to love reading?” The more one reads, the more one learns. Therefore, every effort must be made to ensure students read as much as possible. Students must be able to enjoy reading for both information and pleasure. Read more…