Have your students learn about African Americans’ significant contributions to our country and world. Celebrate Black History Month with our engaging lesson plan resources. Sign up today and find out what makes AO so special. We cannot wait to celebrate with you!
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Back-to-School seems to be starting earlier and earlier. It’s not your imagination – mid-August is the most popular time for students to return to school in the U.S. The Pew Research Center collected data on when elementary and secondary students return to school from late July to after Labor Day (early September).
As you set up your classroom or school hallway bulletin boards, consider using our inspiring and positive “road signs” to guide students to experience their best school year. What bulleting board title would you use? Here are a few suggestions from our readers:
The Road to Success is Always Under Construction ~ S. Gregory.
Building Toward Success ~ B. Johanna.
All Signs Point to Success ~ J. Calderin.
The signs remind students to practice healthy habits, maintain a growth mindset, and focus on the excitement of learning new things this school year. Enjoy a complimentary sample set of five signs here, and let us know what title you use.
Analytic Orange’s signs are perfect for the beginning of the school year to help students “drive” toward success. The complete PDF set includes 16 different signs and is available for purchase onTeachersPayTeachers.
We celebrate our country’s independence from Great Britain every year on the 4th of July. Many families will spend time at public parks, beaches, and other community spaces. Being a good citizen means respecting each other, obeying the rules and laws posted, and caring for the animals and environment.
Access our summertime citizenship activity PDF (below) and answer key by clicking here.