Printable Elementary Grade Shape and Pattern Lesson Plan [PDF Included]

shapes and pattern lesson plan

Can you notice at least five shapes or patterns in your immediate surroundings? We believe you can, and that too, very easily. After all, we are surrounded by various shapes and patterns that form the basis of our surroundings. From the device you are reading this article to the room you are probably sitting in, … Read more

Printable Time-telling Lesson Plan [PDF Included]

time telling lesson plan

Time-telling is a significant skill that everyone must be aware of. Understanding time is necessary to organize daily-life activities, whether for personal or professional use. It is hard to allocate time to daily activities without knowing telling time, resulting in a haphazard schedule.  Time-telling can be taught to children as young as 4 -5 years. … Read more

10 Real-Life Examples of Relational Play Observed In Kids

examples of rational play

A child goes through rapid physical, motor, and brain development during certain initial years of life. The development during this period impacts the whole life of the developing kid, hence, it is necessary to ensure that a child is developing healthily.  One significant parameter that ensures and facilitates the healthy development of a child is … Read more

Integration in Special Education: How it’s different from inclusion?

Integration in special education

The education for children with special needs has developed gradually over time and is still in the process of transformation. Before the Civil Rights Movement, children with special needs were denied education and ill-treated in society. After the formulation and implementation of various acts that protected the rights of people with special needs, children with … Read more

Printable Fraction Lesson Plan [PDF Included]

fraction lesson plan

Fractions are a way of life! The mathematical concept we all studied as a child has major implications in practical life. Remember the last time you cooked, and the recipe book said to use 3/4th of the ingredient? Yes, that’s a fraction in real life. Knowingly or unknowingly, fractions impact our daily activities, making fractions … Read more

12 Constructive Play Examples Observed in Kids 

examples of constructive play

Toddlers are full of imagination and innovation. Provide the children with waste cardboard, and they will make a castle with it.  Constructive or construction play, a significant part of development, helps children bring their imagination to life. All they need is the right tools, and they will shape, manipulate, or construct something unique with those … Read more

10 Real-life Examples Of Functional Play In Kids

Real life example of functional play

Play is a significant part of a child’s developing years. A child goes through multiple stages of play during the developing years. According to Mildred Parten Newhall, play is divided into six stages: unoccupied play, solitary play, onlooker play, parallel play, associative play, and cooperative play.  Additionally, Jean Piaget divided play into four broad categories, … Read more

Role Of Principal In Inclusive Education

Role of Principal in inclusive education

Inclusion is not simply about physical proximity. It is about intentionally planning for the success of all students – Unknown  That rightly said, the Principal is the main figure that can intentionally plan and facilitate the success of all students in the schools without making any student feel excluded. Among the various important factors that … Read more

12 Pretend Play Examples Observed During Child’s Development

Examples of Pretend Play

A child’s Imagination knows no bounds. In an imagination, a child can be anything, from a cook to a teacher or an astronaut, and interestingly, a child will not only imagine being a cook, astronaut, or teacher, but a child will also pretend to be one by acting similarly. In other words, children pretend and … Read more