Here are the best articles from this week. Have a happy weekend!
Smaller Class Sizes Lead To Better Outcomes from Science Daily
“Students who were in a small class in grades 4 to 6 had better school achievement and higher wages as adults than those who were in large classes. This is shown in research done at IFAU, the Institute for Evaluation of Labor Market and Education Policy, in Sweden. Smaller classes are also found to be profitable to society.”
Scanned Drawing Prompts from Pickle Bums
Easter Egg Garland from Crafty Endeavor
Haiku Signs in NYC from NPR
I would love to be surrounded by poetry on street signs, wouldn’t you?
Pink Slime for Lunch? from Class Notes
pretty gross stuff for school lunch — and come to find out it’s in most of our ground beef, too! Yuck.
The Magic of Reading Aloud from Class Notes
My favorite read alouds here – leave a comment if you have more to add to the list.
Six Cool Coffee Shop Crafts from What I Made
Smithsonian Annual Photo Contest from The Atlantic
gorgeous doesn’t adequately describe these photographs . . . not to miss.
1,000 Education Apps Organized by Subject and Cost from Edudemic
I haven’t searched this yet but it looks interesting.
Free Educational Videos from WatchKnowLearn
Have you seen this? What do you think?
I will leave it at that, and see you next week.