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January 2023 - Issue #60
January is not just a fresh start. It’s also the time to think about how you can make a difference in your life.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the most influential civil rights leaders of all time. Explore his words & actions and get involved in today’s social justice movement use these Martin Luther King, Jr. activities for kids in grades pre-K to 12.
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When it comes to reducing stress and anxiety, everyone from the very old to the very young can benefit from another tool in their belt. Experts recommend meditation, yoga, deep breathing, and calming music as good ways to illicit a calming response.
Check out the University of Iowa for some January celebrations you may not know about.
A cool "Do Now" for all students. These phrases can be really confusing.those learning English as a second language. Use “Idiom of the Day” lessons with your class to help them learn these expressions and get comfortable using them.
There has been a big focus on social and emotional learning in recent years, and we think that music can help your students feel connected and understood. And songs about friendship can definitely foster a sense of community in the classroom.
If living through a global pandemic has taught us anything, it's that we shouldn't take health and wellness for granted. In 2023, zeroing in on your body, mind and soul is a great way to organize your long-term goals for the new year.
Don’t set yourself up for failure this year by vowing to make huge changes that will be hard to keep. Instead follow these seven steps for successfully making a new year’s resolution you can stick to for the long term.
Black history is American history, so it should be recognized every day. That being said, every February, we have an opportunity to educate our students about the important events and figures that shaped this nation. Preview before presenting please
Learning to live with your emotions takes a lot of practice.Controlling emotion can be automatic, or it can require conscious effort. As we become more skilled at emotional regulation, our automatic responses are more likely to kick in.
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Learn a new word everyday. Impress your friends, family & teachers. Improve your vocabulary and SAT/ACT scores.
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Winter excitement and chaos is what our students are about! Calm the excitement with some belly laughs and some of our favorite winter jokes for kids.
Some of the best advice given through the ages is actually the simplest that kids can grasp and hopefully become just a bit wiser by knowing.
These activity pages are amusing and entertaining, they help hone skills like paying attention to details, using visual memory, and practicing hand-eye coordination as they color in the shapes they find hidden in the fun artwork
Create something beautiful with some of these free coloring pages for kids and adults. On this page you'll find a massive collection of seasonal coloring pages for occasions throughout the year.
I love this site you nhave to check it out. Storyline Online receives over 140 million views annually from children all over the world.