Welcome! I'm excited you dropped in. I look forward to sending you free resources to help you save time with your planning and spark excitement for learning in your students! This blog will be sharing social emotional tips and resources because I believe this is the foundation for all other learning that takes place! This is a love of mine along with Project-Based Learning. I believe providing engaging, hands on Project Based Learning and a little mystery across all subjects from time to time can help children look forward to learning each day! Learning should be FUN! They should be the researchers, thinkers, and Little Detectives discovering their strengths on topics of interest. Believe it or not PBL can be done even with all those standards!! If you ... Read More about About Little Detective’s Discovery School
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What is Project Based Learning? 7 Steps to Begin PBL!
How can we bring joy, curiosity, and excitement for learning into our classrooms while adhering to IEP goals and content standards? If you’ve ever wondered what you can do to increase engagement and help students be excited about learning, then Project Based learning can be the key. Students can attain high levels of engagement and behaviors can decrease in the…
9 Fall Halloween Activities to ENGAGE Students during small group time.
Fall Halloween Activities include patterns, measurement, counting, addition, sensory fun and literacy, and more.
How to Use the Alphabet Treasure Hunt for Phonemic Awareness Teaching
Have you been looking for new ways to keep students engaged while learning the Alphabet letters and sounds? Our earliest learners can benefit from Alphabet activities that are hands on and interactive because the Alphabet can be more abstract to learn in early Elementary. If you are trying to reach those students who just can’t seem to remember the…
FREE Summer Question of the Day Fun
Summer Question of the Day helps bring community to morning meetings with children in year around programs, special needs students, preschool and elementary age students. Bring the joy, communication, and some laughter as you listen to your students and they learn about you and their peers.