Springtime is here, and so is the fun that comes with this time of year. The warmer weather and fun activities mean you might need help keeping students motivated. Students with varying needs may even need extra support in staying motivated to succeed in the classroom Luckily, our Healthy Relationships Curriculum provides many fun learning outcomes to help engage your students during the home stretch of the school year.
Part of what helps keep students motivated during the final months of the school year is helping them remember that learning can be fun. Our Healthy Relationships Curriculum provides fun opportunities for our students to learn. Instead of using the same repetitive teaching methods, Healthy Relationships provides students with a variety of fun ways to learn. These ways to learn include:
- Role Plays, Demonstrations, and Life-Skills Activities: The best way to teach life skills is by having students use them. Our role-playing demonstrations allow students to practice the skills they learned during their lessons.
- Over 60 Scenario Cards: These scenario cards turn the lessons into real-life situations to help them better understand the lessons.
- Lesson Activities & Games: Our games are designed to actively teach lessons in a fun, active way to help keep students motivated. These pre-made games were by our team of educators & counselors.
- Fun activities and videos for parents to help students with various needs practice the skills they learned out of the classroom settings
- And much more!
However, students aren’t the only ones who need to find ways to stay motivated; teachers do as well. Sometimes, planning lessons that are fun for students can be time-consuming. We understand this and offer consultations and development opportunities for our teachers so they can help students thrive in and out of the classroom.
I believe our Healthy Relationships Curriculum features the perfect blend of fun activities and support mechanisms to help students succeed in and out of the classroom, especially during the final weeks of the school year. But don’t just take my word for it. If you want to help your students stay motivated to succeed, I encourage you to watch this informational video about our Healthy Relationships Curriculum. After that, request a free demo of our curriculum so you can get started teaching it!
Author: Melissa Ringold, MEd — Curriculum/Instruction Coach