13 Social Committee Ideas for Teachers

Social committe ideas for teachers

Whether it is a school or a workplace, a social committee ensures that every individual feels socially accepted and involved. Promoting the social well-being of individuals leads to improved relationships and enhanced communication. A social committee in school is responsible for creating a socially positive environment for the teaching staff by engaging them in activities … Read more

10 Effective Growth Mindset Activities for College Students

Growth mindset

“I haven’t failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” – Thomas Edison The power to see positives and embrace failures is what fuels a mindset that can never stop growing and exploring possibilities. Just as the famous quote by Edison reflects the behavior of never giving up, it is vital for college students … Read more

8 Peer Pressure Games & Activities For High School Students 

Peer pressuer games and activities for high school

Do your friends often insist on joining them for late-night parties? It is common to come across such instances where students are influenced by the behavior, attitudes, thoughts, and actions of their fellow mates. While certain actions could help students advance academically, others might put undue pressure on them. Some high school students could feel … Read more

8 Fun Energy Activities for Elementary Students 

Energy activities

Ever thought why the paper plane flies only a little distance when thrown with hands as compared to when elastics are used to propel its speed? It’s the elastic energy that boosts up the speed of our regular paper planes and provides them a burst of speed.  Similarly, students can find the applications of different … Read more

8 Fun Games & Activities For Learning Gerunds And Infinitives

Gerund and Infinitive Games and Activities 

Grammar lessons can be daunting as each concept has too many rules and techniques to follow. When it comes to the concept of gerunds and infinitives, it often creates confusion about how to identify them along with their correct usage. Gerunds are identified by the letters ‘-ing’ following the root verb, such as dancing, singing, … Read more

15 Effective Pre, While, and Post-Reading Activities

Pre, while, and post reading activities

Take a look at the fundamentals of reading, and you will soon realize that reading is an enormously active skill. When a person reads a text, they are actively involved in decoding the words, understanding their meaning, looking at the images, making connections, and thinking critically. But many times, plain reading is not sufficient for … Read more

High Scope vs. Creative Curriculum: What’s the difference?

highscope vs. creative curriculum

If you are finding yourself lost in the world of preschool curriculums, worry not! Most parents face this dilemma about which curriculum they should choose for their ‘ready-for-preschool’ child. This confusion is quite obvious as you hear names like Reggio Emilia, Montessori, Waldorf, HighScope, Creative Curriculum, and many more! Each of these uniquely designed curriculums … Read more