Mastery for Monsters

Mastery for Monsters

Kids need a variety of practice when learning skills. It may take multiple months for kids to become secure in their understanding of a new skill. By using seasonal resources we can keep the lessons exciting and engaging. Although the skills remain the same, by using seasonal themes the lessons feel different.

For the Love of Fran├žais: Languages of the Americas

Prior to Boom Learning, students were merely just going to through the motions of learning another language.

Surviving and Thriving at the End of the School Year

I was volunteering in an elementary class Friday and the end of year phenomena was in full swing. The weather was warm and so were their tempers. If you covered all your mandatory topics for the year and the kids are on track, this is a good time to mix it up and encourage curiosity …

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Teaching Time: First through Fourth Grade Materials

Review or teach time for first, second, third, and fourth grades with just right learning bites for 1:1 or interactive whiteboard. Want something more challenging? Try teaching it in Spanish, Italian or French.

Engage Students with Visual Resources for World Language Mastery

Prior to Boom Learning, students were merely just going to through the motions of learning another language.

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