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Tips For Starting School For The First Time

September 2, 2016

As a teacher of students who are coming to school for the first time, it’s important for you to establish a rapport with their parents as they begin their transition into the education system. Many parents might be apprehensive about how their child will perform and how they will react to this new routine. Here…

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Could Yoga Be The Next Big Thing in Education?

February 18, 2016

Recent studies have shown that students who participate in yoga in the classroom have shown a significant improvement in focus, academic performance, overall creativity and self-esteem. Taking all of these factors and the stress-free mantra that yoga promotes into account, we’re not all that surprised! For many years, practicing yoga has been recommended to help…

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Why Now is The Best Time to Plan School Renovations

January 27, 2016

For most schools, large renovation projects are usually carried out during the summer months when students and faculty are on vacation. This makes it easier for work to be completed more quickly and efficiently, as the school does not have to worry about maintaining building functionality during construction. So, now that you know when your…

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Motivate Your Students to Get Fit in 2016

January 5, 2016

As each new year begins many find themselves creating lavish fitness goals and resolutions with only the best intentions, but then not being able to follow through with them. While you may have found yourself in a similar scenario before, remember that it’s likely your students have as well! Besides academics, one of the most…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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3 Reasons Now is the Perfect Time to Renovate Your Auditorium

September 25, 2015

Let’s face it, your once beautiful auditorium has been losing it’s luster as the years go on. That’s normal, especially considering the countless numbers of students that have probably sat in those seats. For most schools, the auditorium is a place used for multiple different purposes: Seasonal school concerts, student-produced plays, mid-year award ceremonies and…

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Classroom Activities to Help You “Fall” into Photosynthesis This Season!

September 23, 2015

Happy Autumnal Equinox! Along with shorter days and cooler nights come beautifully colored foliage, a staple of the fall season. Welcome fall into your classroom this month with these great classroom activities to get your student’s thinking about photosynthesis and plant life cycles while enjoying the color changing leaves. Name that tree. Have your students…

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Helpful Tips for First-Year Teachers

September 15, 2015

The school year is finally here and we’d like to congratulate you on making it through the first few days! Whether you’re teaching in a new school, at a new grade level, or are new to the profession altogether, there are bound to be a few bumps in the road ahead. Luckily, we’ve compiled a…

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