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7 St. Patrick’s Day Crafts and Activities for Kids

February 24, 2017

Crafts, science fun, and class rewards with a St. Patrick’s Day theme are a great way to work the holiday into your lesson plans.  The seven ideas below are fun . . . read more

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Behavior Management

Taming Spring Fever in the Classroom

How to Tame Spring Fever in the Classroom

February 17, 2017

Spring is in the air! For many schools, March and April bring higher stress levels, increased behavior concerns, and rigorous academic assessments. School staff and students are expected to manage

Bulletin Boards

Math Bulletin Board Ideas

Math Bulletin Board Ideas

December 12, 2016

With standardized testing coming up in the Spring, now is the perfect time to start thinking about bulletin board ideas that will reinforce some of the basic math concepts that

Career Path

10 Places to Get Professional Development Hours

10 Places to Get Professional Development Hours

December 9, 2016

It may only be December, but now is the perfect time to start scoping out those available continuing education classes for the summer. While the traditional big university classes are

Classroom Management

3 Must-Have Classroom Morning Routines

3 Must-Have Classroom Morning Routines

February 20, 2017

Start off the school day with routines and expectations that make students successful.  Whether this is your first class or you have been teaching for years, finding the right routine

Holidays & Celebrations

20 Dr. Seuss Stories Every Child Must Read

20 Dr. Seuss Stories Every Child Must Read

February 22, 2017

Dr. Seuss, born Theodor Geisel on March 2, 1904, is one of the most revered children’s authors of all time.  His books are engaging, imaginative, colorful, and easy for young

Home Life

New Year's Focus: Organization and Clutter

New Year’s Focus: Organization and Clutter

December 19, 2016

Organizing your life in the new year begins with taking stock of what brings you happiness and joy.  If it doesn’t bring you joy and peace, it is clutter.  Clutter

Lessons & Activities

The Common Core Classroom: Why Art and Crafts Are Integral to Student Success

The Common Core Classroom: Why Art and Crafts Are Integral to Student Success

February 15, 2017

Every teacher has at least one in their classroom.  That one student who struggles with traditional work, but thrives when presented with creative assignments.  He is the one who keeps

Organization & Decor

Organizing Your Teaching Supplies

Organizing Your Teaching Supplies

January 2, 2017

When it comes to organizing, some teachers are pros! They can find the perfect spot for every poster, every manipulative and every paper. For those of us who have more

Parents & Volunteers

5 Ways Parents Can Volunteer Their Time

5 Ways Parents Can Volunteer Their Time

November 4, 2016

Teachers and parents are a collaborative team. From the start, teachers should build a strong communication and rapport with parents. One way to get parents involved and build this relationship

Special Populations

Needs Based Differentiation - Tips and Tricks for Management

Needs-Based Differentiation

October 17, 2016

Differentiation isn’t easy! Teachers often spend valuable non-school hours attempting to come up with strategies that will meet the needs of all students.  This is truly not a profession for

Technology

Six Super Educational Websites for Kids

Six Super Educational Websites for Kids

August 23, 2016

Having a reference sheet of fun, educational websites is always great to have on hand. Whether you use it in class to supplement instructions or hand it out at the

The School Year

Scrape Your Cares Away - How to Clean Messy Desks

How to Clean Messy Desks Without Breaking a Nail

December 15, 2016

Maureen, a 1st Grade Teacher from Alpine, Utah, knows all about keeping her classroom clean.  She shares with us her personal experience trying to remove tape and debris from desks

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