Bottom line: The newest offering from our friends at Dr. Panda Ltd is Dr. Panda Racers. Your little ones can race with Dr. Panda and his friends around tracks of their own design in cars they built themselves. Who’s the fastest in the Pandaverse?
It is pretty standard. A new iOS update comes out, and we just update. If not, we are prompted multiple times, until we finally give in. Conventional wisdom tells us to back up and everything will be fine. However, if you own a 9.7-inch iPad Pro, you may want to hold off on the latest Apple update, iOS 9.3.2. There are reports of some 9.7-inch iPad Pro tablets being rendered useless, or being "bricked" after updating to 9.3.2. This does not apply to all 9.7-inch iPad Pro devices, of course.
Teachers have had our kids in class all year. They have helped helped our kids grow, when they were motivated, bored, happy, annoyed, or even a touch annoying. At the end of the year, I am always scrambling for last-minute ideas for teacher thank you gifts. Not this year, though. This post has loads of easy and fun gift ideas for teachers, and 23 of them are devoted completely the end of the year.
With so many inspiring ideas ideas to choose from, the hardest part will be deciding on one. A few of the ideas in this post include fun ways to package Burt's Bees products, a mason jar gift, a DIY manicure set, a neat idea for a candy gram, and many more. The ideas are plentiful, and they include instructions. Most also have printable gift tags. As a bonus, the article also has other teacher gift ideas, not specific to the end of the year, which may be helpful as well. There are even ideas for the bus driver. So, why wait? Take a look, and get started now!
As teachers know, the summer slide is a very real phenomena, and unless kids are actively reading over the summer, math is not the only subject that will fall victim to it. This free comprehension and fluency bundle from Education to the Core is perfect to keep children working on skills that they have started during the school year.
This free bundle is quite a find! With 10 stories, designed for primary readers, as well as comprehension questions, you cannot go wrong with this free bundle. The comprehension questions follow each story, and when printed out, there are lined spaces for the child to answer each question. This is a great way to help keep young learners' skills sharp over the summer. Plus, it is a freebie!