Welcome to our Teacher’s Encyclopedia, an excellent educational resource for teachers, homeschooling parents, and even curious kids. We comb over professional journals looking for all the latest discoveries and most interesting facts on every subject that kids are certain to enjoy. We then assemble and write up this information in an easy-to-digest, kid-friendly format. Whenever possible, we include teaching tips and additional activities that will help you bring the information in your curriculum to life. These pages are sure to peak your little one’s curiosity, help kids develop a love for science, and even foster a fondness for education itself. It’s never been so easy to make learning fun for your kids!
To get started, select from the list of subjects linked below. We’re constantly expanding the information herein, so be sure to check back often for new discoveries!
Using this educational resource to teach your kids
Here are some suggestions that will help you get the most out of this area:
Use this information as a reference for class discussions. Simply print out a page or bring it up on your smart phone or iPad. The information is written so that you can read it like a book directly to kids, then guide them on a discussion of the topic. Don’t forget to show the pictures!
Browse these pages directly with your kids or let them explore on their own.
These pages contain additional activities not included in our other curriculum areas, so use this area to expand upon your lesson plan!
Teaching Kids About Different Subjects
You need to become a member of our site in order to access the complete encyclopedia. But here are some free pages available to the public that will give you an idea about some of what you’re missing:
- Learning about Africa
- Teaching kids about animals
- Teaching kids about bugs & insects
- Teaching kids about dinosaurs
- Teaching kids about the ocean
- Learning about space