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Month: March 2018

How to Keep Your Classroom Clean

March 28, 2018

Education is not only about learning, but learning in an environment that is clean and comfortable for the students. This is especially important for when spring rolls around, and allergies are in the air. Some of these cleaning tips can help out the classroom a lot: Get Rid of Stuff Getting rid of the clutter…

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How Organizing Your Home Office Can Increase Productivity

March 22, 2018

Working in a distracting, messy, or cluttered environment can negatively affect your work. It is essential that you maintain a well-organized home office at all times to ensure optimal productivity. Not only will you get a job done efficiently, but it will also give you a feeling of competence and control. This ultimately will lead…

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Bringing The First Day of Spring Into The Classroom

March 19, 2018

March 20 is the official day when the spring season begins. This is a time of year when the snow goes away, the days get longer, plant life starts to bloom, and school children start to get ready for summer vacation. Spring is a great season for doing projects and for teaching children about weather,…

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Celebrating Science Education Day in The Classroom

March 14, 2018

Science has always been a part of the basic subjects in the educational system. Its importance is vital to stimulate young minds to think outside of the box. When we think of science we think of numbers, the earth, the sky, and the human body. Nowadays science encompasses so much more, we need to motivate…

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How to Celebrate Plant A Flower Day in The Classroom

March 12, 2018

Flowers are not only pretty to look at, they are also a wonderful teaching tool. From the initial seed to the first flower bud, planting a flower can really get kids interested in learning. So why not do it today? Not only is an affordable lesson plan that can provide education for weeks to come,…

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St. Patricks Day

Celebrating St. Paddy’s Day in the Classroom

March 12, 2018

Throw on a green t-shirt, grab your four-leaf clovers and get ready to search for the end of the rainbow, because it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day! Though the celebration originated in Ireland some 2,000 years ago, it has become a beloved and anticipated day here in the States as well. If you’re looking to bring…

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How to Survive The Monday After Daylights Savings

March 11, 2018

Daylight savings time forces us to lose an hour of sleep. It also affects our work habits and our day in the office. However, it is possible to cope with the time change. It just takes time and effort to adjust at home, school, or at work behind our desks. However, there is hope on…

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Daylight savings

Top Ways to Spring Ahead With Ease

March 10, 2018

Did you know that more than a century before Daylight Savings Time (DST) was adopted by a significant country, Benjamin Franklin proposed the idea in a book he published in 1784. At the time, he argued in favor of DST because it would save people candle wax and therefore money. Though he, unfortunately, wasn’t around…

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