Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore these ideas and much more!

CLEP tests allow young students to pile up college credits

from Minds in Bloom

72 Creative Ways for Students to Show What They Know

As we all know, students already get plenty of tests, so why not let your students show what they learned creatively? Whether your students are reading independent books or your class has just fini…

from Second Story Window

Brain Breaks

Brain Breaks and why your students really need them! (+ many free printable brain breaks)

The end of the school year doesn't mean the end of writing! Here are writing prompts for every day of May!

from PragmaticMom

Best Science Apps for Kids (ages 4-21)


from Teachers Pay Teachers

End of the Year Awards

30 Student Awards for the end of the year! I created 30 so hopefully each student can be awarded one in your class! Enjoy! :) Contains: Classroom Comedian Award Amazing Artist Award Most Organized Award Little Miss Fashionista Award Good Friend Award Hardest Worker Award.....

Planning a Unit Study. This homeschooler is a Charlotte Mason-ite-ish person, and she's got some great ideas on how to break it down step-by-step to generate great unit studies.

Kahn Academy - saw a story on this on 60 Minutes this week. The site is FREE and has thousands of tutorial videos and practice lessons for nearly every subject. Teachers (and homeschool parents) can track their students' progress. Go at your own pace. Did I say it was FREE??? Check out creating spout bot here....

CNN Student News is a great source for a daily discussion of current events, complete with bite-sized broadcasts, quizzes, and questions. You can even get the transcripts to use for writing practice or to compare what your own newspaper said about it.