Fresh is Best
Fresh bread, right out of the oven, can’t be beat. As Rachel Ray says, “Yum-o!” The same bread, a week later, uh, not so yummy. Do you need some ideas to keep your teaching fresh? Here are a few, some of which I’ve never heard of, in alphabetical order:
From Teaching, No Greater Call:
Paper Stand-Up Figures
There are some there that I am going to have to give a try!
Here are my additions to the list:
Unit studies, living books, lapbooks, notebooks, scrapbooks, recipe books, personal-size whiteboards, paper dolls, puppets, timelines, poetry, special personalized correspondence courses, journals, sketchpads, and toys!
(Do you have any teaching methods to share that you especially love? I’d love it if you left a comment!)
David O. McKay once said, “No greater responsibility can rest upon any man [or woman], than to be a teacher of God’s children.”
It isn’t a burden, it’s a blessing.