April in my classrooms meant celebrating Earth Day and National Poetry Month. But it also meant the wiggles were setting in. If the spring weather and the end-of-the-year anticipation are making it harder to keep your kiddos in their seats, try this resource on using brain breaks to re-focus your classroom. Read on for more amazing April printables and have a great month.
“This pack is a great integrated resource that hits many major learning goals. Having taught at a project-based school, I would definitely use this with my students!”—Joy Darden, Teacher, Spring Hope, NC
“This is an amazing pack of resources all about baby animals! I love that it includes a play and several mini-books that are perfect for spring. The research project provides lots of support and choice for the students to get them engaged in writing.”—Corinne Jansen, Teacher, Kirkland, WA
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