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Book & Binder Holders, Oh My! – Weekly Giveaway

Storage is always an issue when it comes to organizing the classroom.  Finding the right containers to fit the supplies that you have makes all the difference.  This week we are excited to feature the durable and versatile Book & Binder Holders as our weekly giveaway prize!  This 4-pack of colorful book holders is perfect
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Book & Binder Holders, Oh My! – Weekly Giveaway


Book & Binder Holders, Oh My! – Weekly Giveaway

Storage is always an issue when it comes to organizing the classroom.  Finding the right containers to fit the supplies that you have makes all the difference.  This week we are excited to feature the durable and versatile Book & Binder Holders as our weekly giveaway prize!  This 4-pack of colorful book holders is perfect
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Parent Teacher Conferences or Family Teacher Conferences


Parent Teacher Conferences or Family Teacher Conferences

by Diana Remick, Monthly Columnist Parent Teacher Conferences should be renamed Family Teacher Conferences since more and more students are being raised by grandparents, aunts, uncles, and older siblings. Regardless of the name, conferences are an important component of the school to home connection. The family and the teacher can sit down and truly discuss
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11 Free Reading Websites for Kids


11 Free Reading Websites for Kids

At Really Good Stuff, we know that teachers and parents have limited time when it comes to finding free, high-quality online resources for their children.  When we first published the 11 Free Reading Websites for Kids article, we had no idea the response it would have.  In fact, the cry for more resources encouraged us to
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Easing Test-Taking Anxiety in the Elementary Grades


Easing Test-Taking Anxiety in the Elementary Grades

  For the youngest test-takers, anxiety about the unknown can be overwhelming. In fact, test anxiety can start as early as Kindergarten! Thankfully, some Really Good Teachers are filled with ideas to ease the minds of the youngest students.



Partner Them Up for Summer Learning Fun


Partner Them Up for Summer Learning Fun

  Let’s face it, your students are going to be spending time online this summer.  For some, it’s going to be a lot of time!  Instead of lamenting that they’ll be wasting time or not getting the skill reinforcement that they need, put that online time to good use.  Sandy, a 3rd-5th Grade Teacher from
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Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity


Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity

Infusing seasonal items into the classroom is an easy way to relate learning to everyday life.  With Easter on the horizon, plastic eggs are everywhere.  With a Sharpie marker in hand, you can quickly and easily turn them into fun math manipulatives for centers.  This is one center that can be completed in about 15
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Book & Binder Holders, Oh My! – Weekly Giveaway
Book & Binder Holders, Oh My! – Weekly Giveaway

Storage is always an issue when it comes to organizing the classroom.  Finding the right containers to fit the supplies that you have makes all the difference.  This week we are excited to feature the durable and versatile Book & Binder Holders as our weekly giveaway prize!  This 4-pack of colorful book holders is perfect
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First Day of School Traditions
First Day of School Traditions

The first day of school is always filled with equal parts excitement and anxiety.  We asked our Really Good Teachers on Twitter what their favorite first day of school traditions were during #TeachChat on July 23rd, 2014.  They were filled with great ideas that can be found in the transcript below. After reading the chat,
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Half-Inch Graph Paper for Planning Your Classroom
Half-Inch Graph Paper for Planning Your Classroom

During the Really Good Stuff webinar on July 16th, we talked about using graph paper to plan out the classroom space. Half-inch graph paper tends to be a lot easier to use just because there is more room with the larger squares. When planning out the space, try taping together a few sheets of paper
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