Jackie Robinson was born in 1919 and grew up in Pasadena, California. As a young man, he excelled in different sports: basketball, tennis, t...
Learning how to code helps students develop critical thinking and problem solving skills and prepares them for a successful future. Computer...
Make-a-Movie is a flexible tool that is usable by students at all grade levels and across the curriculum--from science and math to social st...
This Teachley blog post offers extension activities for your students to do after they play Teachley Add and Subtract on GameUp....
A rekenrek is a set of 20 beads organized in two rows of ten. Read Teachley's blog to find out how your students can use this simple manip...
Use these questions to help students reflect on their learning around art and music topics (both during and after the Time Zone X game) and ...
Use these questions to help students reflect on their learning related to health topics (both during and after Time Zone X game play) and ex...
Use these questions to help students reflect on their learning related to social studies topics (both during and after Time Zone X game play...
Use these questions to help students reflect on their learning around science topics (both during and after the Time Zone X game) and expand...
Challenge students to create their own version of the game with a partner! Have students write (or copy) their own stories or paragraphs and...
Help students think critically and distinguish between photosynthesis fact and fiction in this free activity. Students become editors at NoW...
Students benefit most from Game Over Gopher game play when they are provided multiple opportunities to explore the game. Try to provide at l...