Holidays Education Articles for Teachers
Remember decorating a shoe box with glitter glue and hearts cut from lacey paper doilies? Can you still recall the smell of sugar as you opened the lid and found it stuffed with treats and miniature cards claiming, “You’re sweet, Valentine”? Can you still feel the rush of warmth you had when you ...
May Day is not celebrated in the United States with the same zest that it is in other countries. So take the opportunity to incorporate May Day into your classroom, providing some fun, while sneaking in learning at the same time. Celebrate International Workers' Day Locally May 1st is known as ...
St. Patrick's Day happens to fall on a Sunday this year. However, this doesn't mean that teachers can't still celebrate this fun holiday. After all, there's always the Friday before. In any case, be sure to check with your school's policies regarding holiday celebrations before partaking in these...
The Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival, is an interesting subject for students of all ages to explore. Celebrations centering around this holiday are based on a rich and interesting cultural tradition. Chinese New Year is about rebirth and liberation, which is symbolized through th...
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