Threatening or Leading?
In his classic memoir of school teaching, The Thread That Runs So True, Jesse Stuart tells this little story: “At the noon hour of my first day at Landsburgh High…
A Prayer for Tired Teachers
Father, We are weary. We admit that sometimes the task before us seems too great to accomplish. We are daunted by our never-ending to-do lists. We are overwhelmed by…
Keeping Students Organized
Being organized is often an indicator of a student’s success in school, and it certainly does help a student function better. When everything is in its right place, all assignments…
Read-Aloud? But My Students Are Too Old For That!
This scene is familiar in the lower elementary classroom: students gather around their teacher or the librarian on a carpet, looking at the pictures, and listening to the story. Or…
In a Winter Slump? Try Themed Days
Over the years, teachers have become very creative with helping students get through the winter slump–those months between Christmas and Easter when the only hint of vacation or respite…
Sample Classroom Procedures
Old Testament Studies: Early History and Law
Recommended Book Series for Elementary
2018 Survey Results: How Do They Do It?
Countries around the World Theme Projects
The Swedish Method: One Way to Study the Bible with Your Students
Art Lesson Plan 05: Texture
Student Behavior Self-Evaluation Form and Cover Letter
35 Books for Lower Elementary
How to Take Good Notes
Field trip to Washington DC
Spring Flowers: Doodling Art Lesson
Help for Beginners and the Experienced
Impressionistic Water Lilies
New Testament Studies: The Epistles and Revelation
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