Each February, we observe Black History Month to remember important people and events in black history. Black history relates to all citizens and our shared backgrounds as Americans. Use these Flocabulary resources to honor black history in your curriculum—not just for the month, but all year long. To ensure these stories are widely available, we've made these units free for the month of February.
Did you know that hip-hop has the most unique wordage than any other genre of music? It’s okay if you didn’t, because truthfully, I didn’t either. That is, until I dived into Flocabulary three years ago. I realized that not only did this program have catchy tunes and rhythm, but it incorporated so many different words and ideas in each and lesson. It completely changed my instructional pedagogy…for the better!
Natalie: I have always loved working with kids and I have a passion for learning and continuing to grow (as a person) and teaching allows me to infuse those two things!
Get ready for your classroom to be swamped with goblins and ghouls this Halloween! It’s about a week away, but there are plenty of ways to plan for a classroom Halloween celebration. We’ve compiled a list of resources to help you organize lesson plans and ghost-ify your classroom this year. But wait - don't forget about your costume! Luckily we've got that covered too. We've created a quiz for you (and your students!) to determine what you should be for Halloween this year.