Monday, March 15, 2021

Women's History Month

Eleanor Roosevelt, Oprah Winfrey, Amelia Earhart, Sojourner Truth, Greta Thunberg, Mala Yousafzai, and most recently Kamala Harris are just a few among many women celebrated for their dedication to making a change in society for the betterment of everyone. To learn of Kamala Harris’ journey of making many significant contributions throughout her life in public service and now become the first woman Vice President of the United States, it is merely impossible to not be inspired. 

Teaching of the accomplishments of women despite their many adversities opens the eyes of young generations of girls to possibilities, ideas, and new expectations. We can and should use our histories to inspire children to make changes to fight for a better world.

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

March Reads!

“Top O’ The Morning to Ya”!It’s definitely a month to celebrate!  In March, we get to learn about Irish traditions with St. Patrick’s Day and celebrate the history of amazing women who have changed the world for the better with Women’s History month. The books this month will teach of these histories to promote learning, growth, and fun. These books are appropriate for K-2nd readers but, we all know, books are loved across all ages.  

Monday, March 1, 2021

2021 March Resources

Can you believe the madness of March is already here? It’s the season for  fun and fast craziness in the classroom with so many themes of teaching - Women's History Month, Dr. Seuss's birthday, Youth Art Month, St. Patrick's Day, National Nutrition Month and so much more! Teaching during this time of year can be busy, stressful,  and very exhausting so I have several  fun and engaging products that  can get you through this hectic teaching time!  Check out this month's resources for getting through March Madness! All resources can be found in my store!