We know it’s not always easy to gather daily prompts, math problems, quotes, and historical details for your morning meetings. We also know that sometimes you need to break up the day with a prompt, question, or dance video to get the wiggles out. That’s why we created the Daily Classroom Resources hub. Bookmark it and visit daily or as needed to find unique content, perfect for students in grades 3-5 (we will be adding younger grade resources soon!). It lives on our kid-friendly template which is free of ads, so you can feel safe letting your students explore the links as well.
Each day we will feature four prompts, to be rotated throughout the week:
- Today’s Events & Happenings in History
- Today’s Awesome Person in History
- Wonderful Word of the Day
- Would You Rather?
- Joke of the Day
- Writing Prompt of the Day
- Quote of the Day
- Math Problem of the Day
- Brainteaser of the Day
- Brain Break of the Day
Tips for Using the Daily Classroom Resources!
Each category comes with benefits and ways to further the education.
Today’s Events & Happenings in History
Students can review what happened on today’s date, in years gone past. Have them extend the learning by exploring our links to relevant videos, questions, or prompts about these historical events.
Today’s Awesome Person in History
Students will learn about famous people from past and present. Invite them to learn more by exploring our links to relevant videos, questions, or prompts about these figures.
Wonderful Word of the Day
Challenge students to use the word in a sentence or even create a vocabulary wall!
Would You Rather?
Have students share their answers aloud or document their responses. Extend the learning by having a debate or creating a graphic response to show the results!
Joke of the Day
Need a good laugh? Look no further than our jokes of the day! Want more jokes? We’ve got them for each grade level: Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade.
Writing Prompt of the Day
Looking for fun prompts for your budding authors to use in their writing? Check out our favorites. Have them keep a journal or share their writing with other students. Looking for more prompts? We’ve got them for each grade level: Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade.
Quote of the Day
Quotes are a great way to explore topics and encourage thoughtfulness. Use our quote as its own prompt or to lead a class discussion.
Math Problem of the Day
Have students solve the math challenge and explain their answers.
Brain Break of the Day
Sometimes you need to get the wiggles out! Throw on one of our brain breaks for a few minutes of fun. Need even more? Check out our lists for each grade level: Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade.