elementary

7 Tips to Help You Earn Rave Reviews at Your Elementary School Movie Night

A Family Movie Night is a great way to keep students and parents engaged in your elementary school, as well as an easy way to fundraise for your school. Here are 7 fun and easy tips for a five-star Movie Night event: 1) Make it Convenient Choose a day and time that works for both  Continue Reading »

5 Easy Ways to Recognize Elementary Student Council Members

Being part of an elementary Student Council is a great way for kids to learn important life skills, like leadership, citizenship, cooperation, and responsibility. These leaders are the voice of your student body and serve an important role in your school. Here are 5 easy ways to recognize your Student Council members for all the  Continue Reading »

5 Benefits to Rewarding Your Student Leaders

They say that elementary student leaders are made, not born. A little encouragement can go a long way in building elementary student confidence and important leadership skills. Kids of all age groups can benefit from some kind of recognition, whether verbal praise or a small tangible token. Acknowledging academic, social, and behavioral achievements will set  Continue Reading »

Read All About It: 5 ways to get your students excited about reading

Getting students excited about reading can be a challenge, sometimes, especially in this electronic age when kids would rather text, chat and listen to music than pick up a book. So, how do you promote reading in your school in ways that kids can relate to? Here are 5 easy ideas to try. 1. Reading  Continue Reading »

5 Ways to Keep Kids Healthy and Fit During School

Keeping kids fit and healthy in school can be challenging. You know it’s important, but you also have other things you need to get through each school day. Is there a way to keep health and fitness in mind and still focus on teaching your kids every day? No worries. You can do both. Try  Continue Reading »