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.

Nickerson Corporation: What We Offer

July 14, 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… 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.

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.

Virtual Field Trips For Everyone!

April 1, 2016

With the warm weather starting, we know that it’s prime time for school field trips. In a recent blog, we pointed out some of the best field trip ideas for schools in the tri-state area, but we realize that there are some school districts that are unable to travel with students for a variety of… 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.

5 Great NYC Field Trip Ideas for Spring

March 24, 2016

Spring has sprung, which means your students are bound to start getting the warm weather bug. Instead of trying to overcome their excitement, embrace it with some educational experiences outside the classroom. We’re talking about field trips of course!  And, what better place to start than right in New York City — home to a… Read More.

5 Tips to Get Spring Cleaning Underway in the Classroom

March 11, 2016

Spring is right around the corner and the warmer weather has started to arrive. Chase away those lingering winter germs around the classroom with a detailed spring cleaning regimen. Here’s how you can get going in just 5 simple steps. Enlist some help. Cleaning an entire classroom is a big job, which is why you’ll… Read More.

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss & Happy Read Across America Day!

March 2, 2016

Today marks a special day in history — the birth of the ever-so enthralling writer, poet and cartoonist, Dr. Seuss! Known to his friends and family as Theodor Seuss Geisel, this renowned children’s author published a total of 46 children’s books in the 87 years he was alive. To celebrate the impact that Dr. Seuss… Read More.

Lack of Internet Access Creates an Educational Speed Bump

February 23, 2016

While most schools have adapted their curriculum and resource funding to help keep up with the latest technology trends, the availability of such resources at home is not always there. A recent article published by Education World asserts that studies done by “the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and Rutgers University [indicate] that… Read More.