Monthly Resources

January teAchnology
January Teacher Resource Guide - The coldest month of the year in the northern hemisphere, is a time when many people usually stay indoors as much as they can and try to stay warm.



Valentine’s Day activities like creating a bookmark will help students fall in love with reading all over again. Though students’ heads may be in the clouds or more focused on candy at this time of the year, you can still work on expanding vocabularies, as well as writing and reading skills, with great memory games and other Valentine’s Day reading activities.
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People around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day! It’s a holiday that inspires our learners to let friends, family members, and loved ones know how much they care about them by sending cute cards and sweets. However, you can also inspire students to learn grammar, math, geography, science, and more with the 14 Valentine’s Day inspired activities.
February Teacher Resource Guide - The shortest month of the year at 28 days, is also the only month whose length sometimes changes from one year to the next.
March teAchnology
March Teacher Resource Guide - March is the month when the first whiffs of Spring start to be in the air in the northern hemisphere, a time of fresh breezes, opening buds, the last snow thawing, and the first migrating birds coming back from the south in many areas of the world.
April teAchnology 
April Teacher Resource Guide - Famed for its showers, which are said in the common English proverb to "bring May flowers," April is one of the warm, pleasant months of Spring in the northern hemisphere - a time when blossoms are opening, birds are singing, the grass is turning green, and the winter's snow already seems like a distant memory.
May teAchnology 
May Teacher Resource Guide - May is a late Spring month in the northern hemisphere when the fields are aglow with flowers, the skies are blue, and the temperatures are warm without summer heat - a month that has inspired poets and has been enjoyed by nearly everyone throughout history.
June teAchnology
June Teacher Resource Guide - June is a warm, lush month in the northern hemisphere, a time when crops and gardens are growing, trees are in their full summer foliage, and there is still enough rain so that the grass has not yet been "summer-killed" by the heat of late July and August.
July teAchnology
July Teacher Resource Guide - Symbolized by a smoldering red ruby as its birthstone, July is the peak of summer in the northern hemisphere - the time of the highest average temperatures, when the sun glares from the sky with white heat, people flock to beaches and go on vacation, and mighty thunderstorms sweep across the landscape like black-hulled ships rowed by oars of lightning.
August teAchnology 
August Teacher Resource Guide - August north of the equator has the reputation of being one of the year's hottest months - if not the hottest.
September teAchnology 
September Teacher Resource Guide - The ninth month of the modern calendar - still called the 'seventh month' as a holdover from the days when the Roman year started in March - September is the end of summer and the start of autumn in most of the northern half of the globe (while Spring is just starting in Australia and South America).
October teAchnology 
October Teacher Resource Guide - Garlanded in spectacular red and yellow leaves, noted for its mild days and crisp, frosty nights, October is the month of Halloween, jack-o'-lanterns, and migrating birds heading southward for warmer climates.
November teAchnology 
November Teacher Resource Guide - Along with March, November is one of the two windiest months in the northern hemisphere.
December teAchnology 
December Teacher Resource Guide - December, the last month of the year, is also the month with the shortest days in the northern hemisphere - and the longest ones south of the equator.

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