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3 Key Things to Have a Successful Holiday Concert

December 1, 2017

The holiday season is rapidly approaching, and we’re sure you’ve been diligently working to prepare your auditorium for the winter concerts and festivities ahead. But, aside from the necessary instruments and well-rehearsed students, here are three key factors that you’ll need to ensure that your holiday concert is one to remember. 1. Adequate Audio Visual…

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Help Keep Your Desks Stain Free

November 7, 2016

  It’s only natural that over the years of having the same classroom furniture, that stains and marks will accumulate on your student’s desks. Thankfully, the following tips are great ways to help keep your classroom looking clean and your desks looking shiny and new: Pencil & Marker Scribbles :While there typically are lots of…

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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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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….

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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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Top 5 Tips For Teachers During the Summer

July 21, 2016

A great benefit of being a teacher is having the time in the summer to do whatever you please. After all of your travel plans and home renovation projects are complete, you may want to take the time to work on your biggest project yet–yourself! Taking some time to focus your attention on your plans…

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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…

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3 Mobile Apps That Make Classroom Organization a Breeze

May 31, 2016

Getting your classroom under control can be hard, especially when it comes to organizing your personal files and keeping the lines of communication open with parents. Just like sturdy bookshelves, cubbies and desks offer great opportunities for organizing physical items, these three mobile apps can help you organize the not-so-tangible items as well — thoughts,…

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Encourage Summer Reading Starting Now!

May 27, 2016

Most schools employ some sort of summer reading program, but it’s not always so easy to get students to comply. And really, who can blame them? After ten months in the classroom, we understand why they’d rather run wild in the sun than sit down and read a book. That’s why as educators, it’s important…

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