In the spirit of the New Year, today's infographic takes a look into the celebration of the Chinese New Year and the Zodiac calendar. With the holiday season officially over, it's time to begin looking to the next months' festivities and celebrations
If you are looking for a free calendar for your classroom or home then I have one for you! It comes with a calendar template and all the pieces needed (months, days of the week, years, seasons, days, and holidays) to assemble a cute and colorful calendar to enjoy all school year! Calendar has been …
Updated for 2014-2015. This is a calendar journal that I use in my self-contained classroom. It contains minimal writing; my students use a highlighter or crayon to color in the correct answer. This is great for students with limited handwriting skills. It is beneficial for students that are learning days of the week, months of the year, the year, the date, the weather, and days in school with place value.
We’ve all felt it. The freshness of the new school year has faded. We go to bed bone-weary, frustrated, wondering if we’re doing everything all wrong. We wake up tired, put one foot in front of the other, and dread the task of getting everyone moving in the morning. This is the beginning of burnout. We can’t ignore the warning signs. We can’t push through it. We can’t homeschool well in burnout mode. | The Secret of Year-Round Homeschooling » Simply Convivial
Ring in 2017 With Goal Setting (recently updated to include 2017 worksheets)
This has been recently updated to include the year 2016. If you purchased my 2015 version, don't pay for it again...just download it again. The beginning of a new calendar year is a great time to teach students how to set and achieve goals. This activity packet will surely help your students begin thinking about some of their goals for the upcoming year and give them a set of tools to help them successfully reach their goals.