Be Sensational: Engaging the Senses to Stimulate Learning

Contributor: Ruth Anna Kuhns | Length : 13 | File type : Video

When students come to your classroom, you teach them to sit quietly and listen to the teacher. But how well can they absorb what they are being taught? Glenda leads a mini-class in which she demonstra... Read More

Anatomy of a Research Project

Contributor: Jason Beachy | File type : Curricular

These guidelines describe an annual science or history fair for Grades 4-12. Each grade has a general topic (science, history, Bible, etc). Projects include a research report, an oral report (typica... Read More

Research Fair Grading Form

Contributor: Jason Beachy | File type : Curricular

Use this rubric to grade students' oral reports and exhibits at science or history fairs.Download this document or read it below.... Read More

Tools For Your Toolbox

Contributor: Arlene Birt | File type : Blog Post

In this long stretch from beginning of the school year to Thanksgiving, the “honeymoon” is over. Here are some tools or ideas that can equip you to keep going. It’s not fair! “That’s n... Read More


Contributor: Susanna Nolt | File type : Teaching Material

Grades 2-8 learn about Pointillism, a form of painting that uses dots instead of smooth brush strokes. Students make their own pointillistic picture using markers. Lesson PlanPowerPointRu... Read More

Teach Your Students to Weave

Contributor: Twila Groff | Length : 3 | File type : Video

Weaving: an ancient art, and still beautiful. In this brief video, Twila Groff demonstrates a simple loom your students can create from inexpensive materials. The weavings they produce can become ha... Read More

Japanese Block Painting Art Lesson

Contributor: Susanna Nolt | File type : Teaching Material

Grades 2-8 learn about Ukiyo-e (Japanese block-print making) and the famous Ukiyo-e painting The Great Wave by Hokusai. Students then make their own block-print of waves using styrofoam, "inking" i... Read More

Cubism Star (Texture) Art Lesson

Contributor: Susanna Nolt | File type : Teaching Material

Grades 2-4 learn about Cubism, an influential art form in the twentieth century. Cubism is a style of art where "objects are broken up and reassembled in abstract form." Students create a cubistic... Read More

You Can Build an Electrophorus: A Simple Apparatus for Experimenting with Electricity

Contributor: John Goering | Length : 9 | File type : Video

In this demonstration, science teacher John Goering explains how you can build and use a classic device to demonstrate basics of voltage, positive and negative charges, and resistance. To reproduce ... Read More

Spelling Word Tables for CLE Grade 4 Language Arts


These spelling tables correspond to Christian Light Education's Grade 4 Language Arts. Blocks help students spell by providing the shapes of the words.... Read More