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Astute Hoot Steals the Show

Astute Hoot Steals the Show

In between producing amazing products that help both struggling and non-struggling readers and young mathematicians, Jennifer Zoglman, Jessica Murphy, and Tina Rataj-Berard of Astute Hoot have also started to spread the word about their full line of products with the Arizona community where they’re based.  On a recent episode of Arizona Midday, Zoglman and Murphy
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Tell Us to Win!

Tell Us to Win!

  THE CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Leave a comment on this blog post telling us how you use or would use any of our Really Good Stuff Chair Pockets, Dry Erase Boards, Journals, Book Pouches, or Foot Covers and be entered to win a set of the product, as well as have the chance to
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5 February Bulletin Board Ideas

5 February Bulletin Board Ideas

  February is mostly known as the month for love, as Valentine’s Day is widespread popular holiday. However, there are other celebrations and traditions that take place during this second month of the year. Here is a list of five bulletin board ideas to display in the preschool classroom during the month of February.


20 Unusual Teaching Interview Questions

20 Unusual Teaching Interview Questions

Applying for a teaching position can be intimidating.  After spending a college career focusing on methodology and best practices, teaching applicants may think they are prepared for any question thrown at them during a job interview.  What may be surprising is that, according to teachers who have been through the interview process, there are always
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Middle School Math Game: Toss It Tuesday

Middle School Math Game: Toss It Tuesday

  Getting middle school students invested in math can be a challenging task. This great math idea was submitted to us by Maribeth, a 4th and 5th Grade Teacher, in Baltimore, MD. “To drill my students on multiplication facts, we play Toss it Tuesday!” she explained.  While it can be easily adapted for elementary grades,
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Advertising Student Experts

Advertising Student Experts

  Finding out what you’re good at is difficult for adults, let alone children. However, this idea by Meghan, a Kindergarten Teacher, from Cantonsville, MD, focuses on the strengths of each student. Instead of asking a child to explain his strengths, Meghan observes students to discover talents that they might not even know they have.
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Overcoming Classroom Challenges

Overcoming Classroom Challenges

What are some of your biggest challenges this school year? Chances are that other teachers may be facing similar issues. During the December 2015 #TeachChat on Twitter, Really Good Teachers from around the world commented on what’s challenging them this year and gave tips for helping others. While not all classrooms or children are the
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5 Ways to Decorate the Classroom for Winter

5 Ways to Decorate the Classroom for Winter

  Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but the classroom decorations are so delightful… That’s the way the song goes, right? Well, for teachers all across the country who are looking for ways to jazz up their classroom’s decor and add a bit of wintry pizzazz, these ways to decorate the classroom for winter are
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Winter Themed Learning Centers

Winter Themed Learning Centers

Getting students (and yourself!) back on track after the winter holidays can be a daunting task. The hype of the holidays is over only to be replaced with a seemingly endless winter stretching out ahead. But you can easily heat up center learning in your classroom with some cool, winter themed learning centers. Re-focus young
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#TeachChat : Math Madness

#TeachChat : Math Madness

  Take your students’ love for math to the next level with fun game ideas, helpful resources, and teacher-tested math strategies from Really Good Teachers around the world. During the November 11th, #TeachChat on Twitter, new and experienced teachers shared their words of wisdom about math instruction and engagement.  Read through the transcript below to
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