Check out this list and discover new strategies to create a positive classroom environment, and build up your student’s social and emotional skills. Do you have any anti-bullying tactics that have worked in the past? Please share them with us in the ‘comments’ section below!
Finding exciting and effective tech projects for the classroom can be difficult, so take a look at this list of free tech tools that students can use to create awesome projects both independently and in groups. Check it out!
A Missouri man gets pulled over by a police officer while driving his 5-year-old niece home from chemotherapy, what happens next will inspire you. Click here for the full story, and share with a friend in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Go back to school with new and exciting handwriting activities for kids! This list includes suggestions from OTs, parents, and teachers. Enjoy!
Help your students appreciate generosity, humility, compassion and kindness with a little help from these 10 picture books. How can you incorporate these stories into your next lesson plan? Discover more here.
Disney Pixar’s Inside Out was a major hit in the box office, and continues to thrive in the education community. Check out these clips and discover how you can incorporate them into your next lesson plan or therapy session. Click here for more info!
Are you ready to refresh your classroom with a new ‘back to school’ look? Let these creative and interactive bulletin boards inspire you! Take a look.
Started by public libraries and schools across the U.S, “Books on Bikes” delivers books to community centers and areas where public libraries are scarce. What a great way to promote literacy! Click here to learn more.
Discover new games and activities for grammar and language, articulation, social skills, and more. This is also an excellent resource for motivational tools, classroom management, and bulletin boards. Take a look!
This list provides easy games and activities to fall back on when your therapy sessions don’t go as planned. These resources are perfect for PTs, OTs, and SLPs. Take a look!