This is going to be an awesome year! My six year old is set into starting her second grade year and her four year old sister is officially starting some Junior Kindergarten materials.
How do you teach geography? Do you spend hours creating a map, labeling, cutting and pasting? It’s so fun imagining all the ways this Mona MELisa reusable US Map can be used in the classroom or at home. All the states, capitols, and geographic information is ready for you to stick on to the map!
Greetings all! Can you believe that it is a new month?! I’m excited for what we’re going to accomplish in school. I’m anticipating what activities and decorations we might make for the fall season the holidays to come after that! We’re immersed in books on apples and harvest festivals and I could not be more pleased with the progress I’m making on my blog. Hmm… that brings me to think, are you following me? Obviously you got here somehow, but I want to make sure you know where I am so that you can follow me in your favorite manner. Well there is the soon-to-be newsletter with the subscription box at the end of the post. If you’re reading in a feed, you may need to click through to see it. So make sure to use your favorite subscription options (and feel free to comment and tell me your favorite!). . .
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It’s that time of year again when the kids head back to school! Check out Little Passports’ most recent blog, Back to school around the World. This back to school round-up of popular posts will help you ease your way out of summer and into the school year.
Kids love seeing what other kids around the world eat for lunch and how they celebrate the first day of school. Plus, learn about a fun school activity that will inspire kids to learn new languages!