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Tips To Stay Healthy At School

November 1, 2016

We are approaching cold and flu season, so it’s more important than ever to teach your students ways to stay healthy. According to the CDC, nearly 60 million school days are lost each year due to colds or the influenza virus. Infections spread in schools so easily because students are in close contact and share…

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Nickerson Corporation: Let Us Help You

October 24, 2016

Nickerson Corporation has been supplying educational furniture and equipment to schools in New York and New Jersey for over 60 years.  We believe that in order for a student to get the most out of their education, they need to have a reliable, comfortable and flexible classroom to learn and play in.  That’s why we…

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Classroom Must-Haves

October 20, 2016

In order to create a successful and fun learning environment for students, there are several items that every classroom must possess. Depending on the grade or subject that you teach, these items may vary–but there are a few basic essentials that all classroom needs. Help aide your student’s education and make your room a productive…

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Repair Your Room With Nickerson Corporation

October 17, 2016

Did you know that Nickerson Corporation doesn’t just supply classroom furniture and equipment to schools in need, but that we also repair them? That’s right– we perform repairs, routine maintenance checks and inspections on the furniture and equipment schools might already have! Maintenance of equipment is integral for student, teacher, and custodial safety; as well…

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Tips for Parent Teacher Conferences

September 27, 2016

For most elementary school teachers, parent-teacher conferences are scheduled for late fall to discuss the progress of students since the beginning of the school year. While these conferences can be routine behavior for experienced teachers, for new teachers who are just entering the classroom, they can be intimidating. The following tips will help you prepare…

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Benefits of Using Social Media In the Classroom

August 25, 2016

Social media is becoming part of our daily lives and has even made it’s way into the workforce and classrooms. Teachers have decided to incorporate social media into the classroom because it has been known to enrich the learning experience by approaching learning in a different and interactive way. If you’re considering taking your classroom…

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Back To School Tips For Teachers

August 18, 2016

Back to school  is right around the corner! Now is the time where teachers are finalizing all of their lesson plans and making sure that their classrooms and in tip-top shape for the start of the new school year. While it might seem overwhelming getting back in the swing of things, here are some tips…

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Happy Get Ready For Kindergarten Month!

August 9, 2016

August is Get Ready For Kindergarten Month! And while parents and their children are busy preparing at home, teachers are hard at work making sure their  lesson plans are all set and their classroom is in tip top shape. If you’re an early education teacher, you know how important functional, yet fashionable furniture is in your…

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Ways To Incorporate Interactive Whiteboards In The Classroom

August 7, 2016

Interactive Whiteboards (IWB) have grown increasingly popular in schools all across the country. While some teachers have embraced them, others are opting to stick to their traditional chalkboards–that is, until now. As technology is increasing, schools are seeing the benefits of keeping up with the ever changing technological times. Whether you’re completely new at using…

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Activities For The First Day Of School

August 3, 2016

We’re quickly approaching the first day of school, so it’s time to start planning your first day activities. While students often know each other from years past, it’s still important to plan a group activity to break the ice and make your kids feel welcome. Here are some ways to get your students excited about…

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