Engaging students in learning is a can be a daunting task. Knowing what to teach is only half the battle. The real work comes with keeping the learning fun and helping students to WANT to learn. Sometimes the difference between doing the work and not doing it is simply in the materials you use. Tapping into your students' interests can help. A great example of this is when you can incorporate learning with cars. What was once only a toy, has become a learning tool that is used every day in ... VIEW POST
Learning With Cars
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I've been spending entirely way too much time with my little boys these last couple of weeks which is both a blessing and a curse. I love summers when we have picnics in our playset, beach days, marble races and muffin tin meals, because I have so much more time than when I'm teaching everyday. Very little real work tends to get done when you have to stop for, impromptu water fights, super hero races, obstacle course building and car races and car races and more car races. More and more car ... VIEW POST