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4 Ways To Make Learning Math Fun

Math can be difficult for students of all ages. Fortunately, there are many ways to make math lesson plans more enjoyable and engaging for learners.  At Young Minds Inspired (YMI), we provide lesson plans for teachers and free teaching resources to help young minds learn math in a fun and interactive way. Here are four…

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Classroom Activities for Fuel Up to Play 60

Launched by NDC and the NFL in cooperation with the USDA, Fuel Up to Play 60 empowers youth to take action to improve nutrition and physical activity at their school and for their own health. We have a great new program for teachers in Indiana who are interested in Fuel Up To Play 60! This…

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Holiday Cookie Exchange Puzzler

The Holiday Cookie Exchange Puzzler December 22nd is Cookie Exchange Day! 🍪 We put together a printable cookie puzzle as an easy and fun activity for your students to enjoy. Check it out: It’s time for a cookie exchange! This fun group of friends got together to swap cookies. They each baked a different cookie….

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Tips For Encouraging Your Students To Read

Classroom teachers and homeschool teachers alike know the challenges of encouraging students to read! Here at Young Minds Inspired, we provide free educational outreach programs for learners of all ages, including Language Arts lessons. In today’s blog post, we’re sharing a few tips for encouraging your students to read. We hope you find them useful!…

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Fun Holiday-Themed Lesson Ideas

Here at Young Minds Inspired, we’re always looking for fun lessons to engage and excite students of all ages! Our comprehensive curriculum includes a variety of educational games, teaching resources, and interactive activities to make learning engaging and fun. Whether your child is interested in science, math, literature, or the arts, we’ve got them covered…

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How To Tailor Your Lessons to All Learning Styles

  When it comes to education, one size does not fit all. Just as each student is unique, so too is their learning style. Therefore, what works for one child might not work for another. This is why it’s essential for educators to be aware of the different types of learners and how to best…

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Teacher talking with her class on their first day of school

5 Ice Breaker Activities That Teachers Can Use at the Start of the New School Year

  If you’re searching for an intriguing way to capture your students’ attention at the start of the school year, look no further! YMI Classroom has compiled a list of innovative ideas to help you start the year on the right foot. While some may require more prep time than others, they’re all guaranteed to…

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