Do All Students Have the Same Advantage in Your Classroom?

Contributor: Kendra Martin | File type : Blog Post

Can we predict if students will succeed or struggle before they begin their school journey? Over the past several years, I have had the privilege of screening students before they come into kinderg... Read More

Idea: Social Studies Bulletin Board

Contributor: | File type : Document

This educational bulletin board from Josiah Zimmerman reinforces the lessons learned in social studies and geography class and encourages students to think globally. ... Read More

Ideas: Elementary Devotions

Contributor: LaFaye Weaver | File type : Document

This document lists and outlines some ideas for morning devotions in elementary classrooms. Download this document or read it below. ... Read More

Bible Memory Scope & Sequence (K-12)

Contributor: Chris Sensenig | File type : Curricular

A comprehensive Bible memory plan with schedule of passages for each grade level, from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Includes assessment guidelines for Grades 7-12. Download this document or read ... Read More

Preschool Preview

Contributor: Shari Zook | File type : Blog Post

When four- and five-year-old children think about school, what do they imagine? Do the smatterings they hear from older siblings, cousins, and friends give them a fun picture or a bleak one? I was... Read More

Addition and Subtraction Flashcards

Contributor: Hans Neufeld | File type : Teaching Material

Download and print this document to create 202 flashcards drilling basic addition and subtraction facts. Download the flashcards or preview them below. ... Read More

Laying a Solid Preschool Foundation

Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 73 | File type : Audio

Because of current parenting trends, fresh attention is needed to encourage parents to ensure their children are getting the solid social, emotional, physical, intellectual, and spiritual foundation t... Read More

June, July, August, and the Student

Contributor: Carolyn Martin | File type : Blog Post

School is out. The students have closed their books and taken the last tests. The books have all been sent back to the school house. It’s time to forget math and language and reading for a few m... Read More

Avoiding the Summer Slump: Staying Connected with Your Scholars

Contributor: Kendra Martin | File type : Blog Post

Due to COVID-19, many of us are experiencing a longer summer vacation than normal. And even if your summer vacation has not come early this year, many of us have not been able to have a normal cla... Read More

Technology Detox

Contributor: Shari Zook | File type : Blog Post

As a foster parent, I regularly come into contact with children who have been raised with technology as their wet nurse. They may have been born on a screen, for all I know—certainly under the s... Read More