Happy New Year!
Welcome to 2020! We hope you had a wonderful winter break and are ready to take on the new year with all the fun and excitement 2020 has to offer.
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Weekly Lesson Prompts
New weekly lesson prompts are available each Monday throughout the school year, with the exception of the winter and spring holidays. Enhance your core curriculum using the eEdition. Visit the page here.
January Lesson Resources…
Help your students decipher between fake news and real news with our special 4-week lesson series. This curriculum is designed to help you teach your students about media literacy.
National Mentoring Month. Mentors encourage students to reach their goals based on developing a vision for the future, as well as being a positive role model and source of inspiration for teens. View the Mentoring Course Student Supplement from The National Mentoring Partnership to teach students all about mentoring, how to find a mentor, develop a great relationship, ask good questions and open up with good dialogue, find activities to do with their mentor, and much more.
January special days include…
Kid Inventors’ Day – January 17
Celebrate the creative minds of kids! Read about it. Write about it. Host an Invention Convention. Start a Young Inventors’ Club. Enter a contest. Keep an invention journal. Or, better yet: design your own invention! Get the resources from kidinventorsday.com.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – January 20
National Puzzle Day – January 29
Take a break from your normal classroom activities and have your students exercise their brains by doing a puzzle. Find some fun and educational lesson resources, plans and puzzles from Education World and Scholastic. And find out about the history of National Puzzle Day here.
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