Classroom Management Tips For Teachers

November 2, 2016

As a teacher, it can often be difficult to  take control and implement effective classroom management strategies if you have an unruly class. Whether you’re an experienced teacher or just began your career in this field, it’s likely that you’ll experience a handful of disruptions throughout the year. These can easily be handled and prevented… Read More.

How To Plan A Back To School Night

August 31, 2016

The new school year is almost here and that means not only meeting new students, but meeting their families as well. Planning a back to school night doesn’t have to be boring. It sets the tone for the entire year with the parents of your new students, and opens the door for trust and communication…. Read More.

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… Read More.

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… Read More.

Keep Your Classroom Clean For the Upcoming School Year

July 13, 2016

Even though school is out for the summer, it seems like a teacher’s job is never fully done. Since you will probably be making some trips into your classroom over the summer, whether it be to drop off items or attend some meetings, it might be a good idea to get a head start on… Read More.

How To Set Up An Ideal Classroom

June 30, 2016

Times are a-changin’! Gone are the days where heavy wooden desks and chairs are the norm in the classroom. There are tons of new options when selecting classroom furniture–and it’s important to keep your space up-to-date to maximize your student’s comfort and productivity at school. Top educators came together to plan an ideal place for… Read More.

5 Tips For Packing Up Your Classroom

June 9, 2016

The final school bell is just about to ring, but not before you complete one last project — packing up your classroom! While the thought of organizing a whole school year’s worth of things can seem overwhelming, it doesn’t have to be! These five tips will ensure a stress free classroom cleanup! Pre-Pack: As you… Read More.

How to Prepare Your Testing Site for Finals

May 10, 2016

Finals week is creeping up on us faster than you think! If you still haven’t worked out the details of your testing space setup, these simple tips should help set your plan in motion. Select your spaces. How many different finals do you need to account for, and how many students will you need to… Read More.

3 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month in the Classroom

April 6, 2016

It’s that time of the year once again — the time to set aside some lesson plans to focus on poetry for National Poetry Month! If you’re looking for ways to celebrate poets and their craft in your classroom, we’ve got you covered. Read: There are so many iconic poetry books out there for you… Read More.

5 School Fundraiser Ideas For Success

March 31, 2016

Forget those tired old bake sales and car wash fundraisers! While they may be tried and true, there are plenty more ways to help your school raise money, all while allowing your students and their families to have a little fun. Trivia Night – Your brainy guests will have to pay to play, but it’s… Read More.