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8 Earth Day Activities and Games for Elementary Students
It’s never too early to get your students thinking about the various ways they can do good for their communities and the environment. Celebrate Earth Day in your in-person or remote classroom with these activities and games.
Alicia Ivory
Shaped Editor
Shaped Staff
March 05, 2021
Making PD Decisions: The Professional Learning Partner Guide
The PLPG is a list of organizations that provide the best curriculum-aligned professional learning services in the country; educators can find and connect with professional learning providers who can meet their curriculum learning needs.
Shaped Staff
February 24, 2021
St. Patrick's Day Classroom Activities: 5 Fun Ways to Celebrate
Honor St. Patrick's Day with these fun activities for elementary and middle school—from teaching students how to count in the Irish language to holding a classroom celebration!
Jordan Friedman
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Richard Blankman
Shaped Editor
February 24, 2021
Embracing Inclusivity with Culturally Responsive Books for All Students
Teachers should read or assign culturally responsive books with characters of different cultures, races, religions, genders, and other identities to help them understand themselves and each other.
Jaleel R. Howard, MEd
Educator and UCLA Doctoral Student
Sam Blanchard
UCLA Doctoral Student and Former Teacher
February 23, 2021
Podcast: Shaking Up the Kindergarten Curriculum Feat. LaNesha Tabb
Meet LaNesha Tabb, a kindergarten teacher at the Metropolitan School District in Lawrence Township in Indianapolis, Indiana. After starting a blog called Education with an Apron, LaNesha turned her sights on writing a book about the importance of teaching social studies.
Ali Habashi
Shaped Editor
February 23, 2021
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