Welcome to Maggie's Earth Adventures

For Maggie Partners and busy educators, Tuesday is NO longer the most boring day of the week!

Important benefits of becoming a Maggie Partner:

  • Maggie’s Earth Adventures and the weekly program are free…and we’re not kidding
  • T.G.I.T. – Maggie Partners receive an inbox every Tuesday morning with timely and engaging  material ready to download and share with students
  • The program and ancillary materials are developed by a top shelf team of educators who know what they are doing

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Latest news

End of Year Fun

Posted on: May 26th, 2018 by Jessica

As the year ends asking your students to write letters to your new class is always a fun and helpful activity. This can serve as a walk down memory lane, but it can also be a helpful evaluation for you. Reading your students’ thoughts and remembrances will tell you what was important this year. These are activities you can build on and further develop in future years.

It’s Pi Day

Posted on: March 14th, 2018 by Jessica

Looking for a special Pi Day activity?  Purchase entry into our bookstore and you’ll find the following in Maggie’s Treasure Trove.

“What Makes 3/14 Special?” – Students will read factual sentences about Pi Day. Follow-up activities are designed to help children consider how mathematicians celebrate this special day. Students write their own true/false sentences, compose a Tweet, and may participate in other activities such as identifying meaningful number combination in Pi. This activity is available on the primary and intermediate levels and is aligned with the “Connections” strand of NCTM’s Process Standards.

Parkland School

Posted on: February 27th, 2018 by Jessica

As we continue to mourn the Parkland school shooting tragedy, Maggie’s Earth Adventures salutes the groundswell of brave students who have risen up to fight for much needed change in our country.  www.missmaggie.org was founded on the principle that it WILL be our children who determine our future, and we are incredibly inspired by our fearless young people.