Kick off the New Year with New School Furniture!

December 24, 2015

Safe and reliable classroom furniture is a necessity for students of all grade levels alike. From kindergarten all the way up through college, your students deserve only the best classroom seating and storage solutions to help them learn and grow to the best of their ability in an academic setting. The quality and stability of… Read More.

Top 5 Items For Your School Furniture Wishlist

December 22, 2015

We’re in the home stretch and holiday break is only a few days away. While your students are all busy writing out and sending off their wishlist to santa this week, you should take the time to create a wishlist of your own! Surprise your students with a late holiday gift when they return from… Read More.

3 Teaching Tips to Survive the Week Before Winter Break

December 18, 2015

Surviving the week before holiday break is as difficult for teachers as it is for students. With all the commotion and excitement in the air, it’s easy to lose focus and control. To help, here are three simple tips we’ve found can work wonders to help you keep your cool and keep your classroom calm… Read More.

3 Ways to Keep Students Stimulated Over the Holidays

December 14, 2015

When it comes to winter break, most students and teachers alike look forward to a hiatus from all things academic. However, it’s important to encourage your students to stay sharp over the holidays by reading regularly and exercising their problem solving and critical thinking skills. While some educators might resort to sending students off with… Read More.

Easy Classroom Snow Globe Craft for the Holidays

December 11, 2015

Looking for a great way to incorporate your reading and writing lessons with a simple craft for the holidays? Have your students brainstorm and design their own custom snow globe to bring home to their families! What you’ll need: Class set of small glass jars with matching lids Large container of glitter in whatever color(s)… Read More.

Everything You Need for a Successful Holiday Concert

December 8, 2015

With the holiday break almost here, we’re sure you’ve been diligently working to prepare your auditorium for a great show before the students take off for a few weeks of family fun. But, aside from the necessary instruments and well-rehearsed students, there are certain key factors to secure in order to have a successful and… Read More.

The Benefits of Technology-Ready Furniture

December 4, 2015

When it comes to incorporating technology in the classroom, choosing computer-specific furniture is key, and here’s why: Sleek appearance. Say goodbye to that unsightly tangled knot of wires taking up valuable work space. With technology-ready furniture, all of your plugs and wires will be streamlined and redirected out of sight. Made for comfort. Unlike standard… Read More.

Celebrate Special Education Day: 3 Tips to Make Your Classroom More Inclusive

December 2, 2015

First celebrated in 2005, National Special Education Day marks the anniversary of the first ever federal law regarding special education — December 2, 1975. Each year on December 2nd, we take this day to reflect on past progress, generate ideas for reform and celebrate the strides that the world of education has made, and will… Read More.