Do you get the moans and groans from your students when you assign that timeless essay at the beginning of each school year on how each student spent their summer vacation? Are you dreading the possibility of reading 20 essays describing how they spend endless hours playing video games or the evading excuse of “I didn’t really do anything”?
Spring is here! Time for one of the most popular school holidays: spring break. Make this year’s trip memorable by having fun and helping yourself, your friends, and others stay healthy and out of harm’s way. The CDC gives several tips about spring break safety:
- Limit alcohol
- Be active
- Be prepared for your trip
- Protect yourself
- Think twice before putting yourself at risk
- Protect your eyes
- Know the ropes of swimming and boating
- Protect yourself from the sun
- Eat healthy
- Be smoke free
- Get help when necessary
National Random Acts of Kindness Day is observed in the United States on February 17th. The day originated in New Zealand where it is celebrated on September 1st and is recognized by others on various days throughout the year.
The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is a non-profit organization that believes in spreading kindness throughout schools,
Whether your kids are restless waiting for the holidays to arrive or after the thrill of opening presents is over, remedy the boredom with this list of activities for at home and away.
Movies – Just because it’s a kid’s movie doesn’t mean it won’t be appreciated by the entire family. The children will be entertained,