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Teacher Burnout? Time to Practice Self-Care

Teacher Burnout? Time to Practice Self-Care

Posted by Leigh Ann Pernell on Feb 22nd 2022

Teacher care! You care about creating an atmosphere of quality learning. You care about meeting the individual needs of your students. You care about following through on all of your instructiona … read more
Holiday Gift Ideas

Holiday Gift Ideas

Posted by by Tommy Switzgable on Feb 22nd 2022

’Tis the season (and festive feeling) of gift giving. Whether you’re a parent buying a gift for your child’s teachers (or your kiddos), an educator buying for a coworker or students, a friend, or … read more
A Sweet 2022 Valentine’s Day Celebration

A Sweet 2022 Valentine’s Day Celebration

Posted by By Stephanie Schultz on Feb 22nd 2022

Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate kindness and spread love in the classroom! Use these learning resources, classrooms decorations, and activities to create a loving learn … read more
Write-Along With J.P. Miller

Write-Along With J.P. Miller

Feb 22nd 2022

You’ve done a read-along, now how about a write-along? This season, join award-winning author J.P. Miller as she creates her latest Leaders Like Us title featuring a Black leader who YOU help … read more
5 Ways to Give Back During the Holidays

5 Ways to Give Back During the Holidays

Posted by By Allison Moore on Dec 2nd 2020

The holidays are a great time to model kindness to our children by giving back to our community. There are many ways to get kids interested in helping others while also teaching the value of empa … read more
How To Safely Spend Time Together

How To Safely Spend Time Together

Posted by By Marisa Rubin on Nov 19th 2020

It’s that time of year—winter. While the strain of staying indoors can become quite stressful during the dark, cold months, the added factor of COVID-19 makes it even more difficult to stay soci … read more
Giving Thanks: More than instant gratification

Giving Thanks: More than instant gratification

Posted by Allison Moore on Nov 17th 2020

It may seem that as the generations progress, people are becoming less and less thankful for what they have. If you were to take into account the many distractions that are available at a person … read more
A COVID-Creative Classroom—Top 10 Creative Ideas

A COVID-Creative Classroom—Top 10 Creative Ideas

Posted by By Marisa Rubin on Oct 7th 2020

Are you ready for the 2022–23 school year? We know there’s a lot to think about with the new (ever-changing) regulations, and that’s where creativity comes in. Yes, the new school year will … read more
Learn at Home: 10 Ways to Prep Your Learning Space

Learn at Home: 10 Ways to Prep Your Learning Space

Posted by By Cari George on Sep 17th 2020

Now more than ever, I am so glad that we made the decision to homeschool our children. With the current atmosphere, many parents are just now making that decision (or setting up a virtual classr … read more