Perfect for a Child Development or Parenting class to review of the basic growth and development of an infant. Students will answer basic questions, list or illustrate the progression of how babies will learn new motor development skills including
POP-UP Chef is a fun way for students to research individual chefs and to share their information with the rest of their classmates. This project is great for a gallery walk upon completion or could even be put in a school display case for all to
Plan a Party is a great activity to get your Parenting Class or Child Development class thinking about age-appropriate foods and age-appropriate activities for younger children. Depending on your goals, you can make this activity as specific or
Take your students on a trip around the world! Help students discover the world around us by giving them a chance to sample cuisine from around the world and learn about different global cultures. Students will research a country, create a trifold
This is the perfect resource to keep students engaged during a video documentary without being so distracted that they miss the next question's answer. Included in the document are three days worth of notes and reflections and a summary page at the
Entice your students to read more!
Create a space for them to find books in your room, especially for those early finishers. Use this decor to highlight what you are reading and what you have previously read.
Included in this file are all of
Perfect for reminding students that we are all worth celebrating! Use these bookmarks year round in your classroom. Print on Astrobrights paper, laminate and cut out. For added flare hole punch the top and thread a ribbon through.
Students will be engaged in the chapter information by creating their own grocery bag summary. In addition to decorating and summarizing the outside of the bag, students will also be prompted to include 5 show-and-tell items in the bag to discuss
A suitable companion for any gallery walk, this guided note sheet will encourage critical thinking among your students. Students will take notes as they explore other students' works. A gallery walk is a great way to get students engaged in their