3 Tips for Spring Cleaning the Classroom

May 23, 2017

Spring is here, and teachers and students everywhere are starting to countdown the final days of school. As the race to summer begins, it’s time to prepare your classroom for its last days. Spring cleaning the classroom is a great activity that you and your students can enjoy. If you’re not sure where to start,… Read More.

Teaching Tips For The Holidays

December 10, 2016

  This time of year can be extra challenging for teachers, since students tend to lose focus, counting down the days until their holiday break. If you’re looking for ways to keep your class in order until the  weeks leading up to winter vacation, here are some teaching tips that will be sure to help:… Read More.

Holiday Classroom Crafts

December 10, 2016

  It can often be hard to keep student’s attention in the weeks leading up to the holiday break. If your students are having a hard time focusing this holiday season, try incorporating these crafts into the classroom. Bookmark: Are your students required to read a book over their holiday break?  Encourage them to have… Read More.

Creative Ways To Energize Your Classroom

December 2, 2016

It’s probably inevitable that your students are counting down the days until their holiday break is here, which can result in a lack of morale and low energy around the classroom. To put an extra pep in their steps, consider using these creative ways to add a burst of energy back into the class: Hand… Read More.

Tips For Keeping Your Classroom Tidy

December 1, 2016

As busy teachers, we get that sometimes things can get hectic and your classroom can get messy. But  with the new year approaching, it’s a good idea to set your resolution to be cleaner and tidier in 2017! Here are some ways to keep your room tidy to avoid chaos in the classroom: Color-code everything–… Read More.

New Holiday Furniture For The Classroom

November 22, 2016

  The holiday season is upon us which means that your holiday shopping is probably well underway. While you’re making your gift-giving list, why not give the gift that keeps on giving–and present your students with the gift of new, comfortable and flexible furniture options. Here are some of the top renovation and replacement projects… Read More.

Encourage Your Students To Be Thankful

November 21, 2016

  Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and while your students are probably anticipating their break, it’s important to encourage them to reflect on what they are thankful for. Here are some ways to incorporate Thanksgiving and being thankful into your lesson plans this week: “I’m Thankful For” Essay: Start by asking students to… Read More.

America Recycles Day!

November 15, 2016

Today is America Recycles Day and we couldn’t be more excited about it! Recycling is something that should be promoted and encouraged in your classroom all year round! As a teacher, we accumulate tons of papers, projects and things over our course of teaching. Not only should you develop a good way to recycle and… Read More.

Thanksgiving Projects For The Classroom

November 14, 2016

Thanksgiving is next week, so if you’re looking to incorporate Thanksgiving crafts and lessons into your daily plans, give these a try: Show An Attitude of Gratitude Tap into the true meaning of Thanksgiving and help your students recognize what they’re grateful for, by writing a poem about it!  For younger kids, assign one letter… Read More.

How To Prepare For Your Winter Concert

November 9, 2016

Now is the time where schools are preparing for their winter concert–a time where students can show off their skills and put on a night of entertainment for their friends and families to enjoy. While students may be spending time practicing their instruments or learning to sing songs, administrators are devoting their days to finding… Read More.