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Test your Christmas movie smarts with these trivia cards and quotes!
Over the years, I've read many good books. The best ones engaged me from the time I started it to the very end. Here are my favorite books for grades 4-6!
Historical movies for older children are pretty easy to find, but more often than not they contain things that are not appropriate for young children. Check out this list from Learn in Color for some great titles that are great for kids.
Poetry is a way to be expressive in creative ways. Here are a variety of the best poetry books for kids from Learn in Color. These ideas are sure to inspire creativity with your students.
Adding more opportunities for movement into your day can be as simple as reading the following list from Learn in Color. We all know that kids today don’t move as much as they should, especially during the school day. Adding in more physical activity can help children remember more of what they learn and can dramatically improve academic performance. We know it’s important so what can we do? Turns out, quite a bit.
Explore going green, sustainability, and eco-friendly habits with these picture books for elementary students. Going Green: Eco-Friendly Picture Books Over the years, I’ve worked on cutting a lot of waste and saved a lot of money in the process. With a small handful of rare exceptions, I no longer use plastic sandwich bags, paper towels etc!
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin is a fun story about dragon-loving tacos! Use this Dragons Love Tacos lapbook for comprehension and fun!
Learn US Geography with this US States printable game you can complete at home or in the classroom. This is a great game to get the student involved in learning! Learn in Color really knows how to create great printables to help the student!
Brighten up your bath time with these DIY lavender and rose mermaid bath bomb fizzies! These mermaid bath bombs explode in the order, creating a fun splash of color to your bath!
Do you have an art-loving kid? Learn in Color has 25 art projects for kids inspired by famous artists from the post-Impressionism time period. Topics include Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cézanne
Do you have students who struggle with math? No worries, The Ultimate Math Cheat Sheets is here! Filled with fractions, decimals, geometry, trig and more!
From ants to ladybugs, add these insect picture books to an insect unit study or bug theme.