Freedom in Christ: Two Object Lessons

Contributor: Lucinda J Miller | File type : Blog Post

Why Did Jesus Have to Die? Who hasn’t asked this question at some point? A simple object lesson involving bleach, food coloring, and water visually illustrates how Jesus took upon him the si... Read More

A Ticket to Math: Flashcard Practice Certificates

Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Teaching Material

Click for full-resolution images. Karen used tickets and certificates to keep her students on a path of math skill improvement. The letter to parents explains the process. The second page of the ... Read More

Candyland Land Game Door Décor

Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Curricular

Decorate your classroom door with a Candy Land theme! Scroll down for a description of how Karen used this to motivate academic achievement. Karen incorporated the theme into classroom management... Read More

Bookworm Reading Tracker Theme

Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Curricular

With this classroom theme, students write a bit about books they have read on a worm segment. Karen has each student tell the class about the book before adding their segment to the bookworm. A pat... Read More

5th and 6th Grade Written Book Report Instructions

Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Teaching Material

Student instructions for writing a book report in fifth and sixth grade. Includes the number of paragraphs in the report and three or four things to include in each paragraph. Download this workshe... Read More

Punctuation Posters

Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Teaching Material

These images show the laminated posters where students write rules about apostrophes, underlining, capitalization, and commas.

Visualizing Writing: How Graphic Organizers and Prewriting Make a Hard Process Easier

Contributor: Hannah Yoder | Length : 7 | File type : Video

To teach children to write: a process as difficult as it is important. How can you empower your students to push past blank page syndrome? Prewriting is important, says Hannah, and it is made easier w... Read More

Hands, Eyes, Feet: Good Posture and High Expectations

Contributor: Rhoda Weber | Length : 5 | File type : Video

If you expect your students to learn, you'll need to enlist their hands, eyes, and feet. Rhoda demonstrates how she uses proper posture to keep her students' attention, and calls each student to give ... Read More

Care for the Teacher Is Care for the Student: Healthy Routines that Support Your Work

Contributor: Paul Harrison | Length : 5 | File type : Video

You take your calling seriously, so you give your time and energy to serving the people under your care. But what if you run out of time and energy? What if you're not properly caring for yourself? Pa... Read More

Amazing Animals

Contributor: Seth Kropf | Length : 33 | File type : Audio

Each speaker gives a short profile of a fascinating animal: octopus, kiwi, bugs, and dragonflies.