Games That Teach
Summer Fun Task Cards!
Don’t let your kids spend their summer in front of a screen. These fun activities will not only get them outside, but will also get their brains working and their bodies moving.
Incorporate Quick Exercise Breaks for Classroom Focus & Well-being
Boost your students' focus, concentration, and overall well-being by incorporating quick exercise breaks throughout the day! This post will share my students' favorite routine! #MindsInBloom #ClassroomFitness #ActiveLearning. #ClassroomWorkout #EnergizingBreaks
Multiplication Board Games with Video Directions - Great for at home play!
Happy Wednesday! After learning on Monday the wonderful tips to help students who are struggling in math, I wanted to share one of my personal favorite products in our store! 🤩 Click the link to download one of the games for free in the product description! 🤩
Would You Rather FREEBIE - Fun Questions for Discussion, Writing Prompts, & More
Would you rather have to plan a morning activity every day, or have it all planned out in minutes before the start of the school year? Okay, that’s an easy question, and most of us would say the same thing. That’s why teachers LOVE our Would You Rather questions!! This freebie includes 20 of our 200 questions to share with your students. You can try it out but be warned, your students will beg for more. Check the freebie out with the link!!
How to Play Would You Rather Using Kahoot | Open-Ended Questions on Kahoot
If you've been a follower of Minds in Bloom for the past several years, then you already know that we're big fans of Would You Rather games. They can be used for class discussions and journal prompts, so they're versatile, and they even make fun games for class parties! Here's a new idea, though, for making Would You Rather work with distance learning: using it with Kahoot! Kids love playing Kahoot, and it can be played with no right or wrong answer, too! Click through to learn more about it.
Summer Projects for Teachers and Their Kids | Summer Break Projects
This list of summer projects for teachers and their kids will help your family have lots of time doing fun activities this summer and bonding together. Not only will they be great for days when you don't have much on your schedule and need things to keep your kids occupied, but they'll also be helpful for keeping them learning and practicing skills throughout the summer! There are a few different projects shared inside the blog post. Click through now to read it and learn what you need!