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Solving Word Problem Woes

Solving Word Problem Woes

Word problems are often the cause of math class woes.  Understanding how to solve them, what they are asking for, and which operations are needed are not easy tasks.  Thankfully, the Math Folders featured in this week’s Really Good Giveaway give students instant access to reminders and clues that will make solving math word problems
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Easy Transitions and a Really Good Giveaway

Easy Transitions and a Really Good Giveaway

Transitions are an essential part of writing, but teaching students how to use them effectively can be challenging.  That is where Really Good Stuff comes in to help.


Classroom Projects Made Easy (and a Giveaway!)

Classroom Projects Made Easy (and a Giveaway!)

Bye-bye, book reports!  See you later, standardized forms!  Say “Hello!” to a fun new way of showcasing what you know with the Ready-to-Decorate Student Project Boxes.  From book studies, to history projects, to science experiments in a box, these customizable boxes are perfect for assignments that want to capture students’ creativity and check comprehension.  How
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It’s a Magical Giveaway!

It’s a Magical Giveaway!

It’s a magical giveaway this week on The Teachers’ Lounge, a Really Good Stuff blog!  Enter below for a chance to win The Magic e Wand and Card Set.  Your students will have fun while learning how “e” can change the vowel sound in a letter and you will enjoy having a pre-made center ready
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Writing Center Posters Giveaway

Writing Center Posters Giveaway

Once upon a time, there were Really Good Teachers all over the country who were setting up their classrooms for the new school year.  They focused on their centers, decorated their walls, and were anxiously awaiting the arrival of their new students.  Then, with a gasp of dismay, they realized that they had forgotten to
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I Have a Giveaway, Who Has an Entry? Literacy Center Contest

I Have a Giveaway, Who Has an Entry? Literacy Center Contest

Setting up classroom literacy centers can be both time consuming and costly.  Printing, laminating, assembling…they all take their toll on your energy and your classroom budget.  Thankfully, Really Good Stuff has introduced a new series of Literacy Centers designed with your students’ comprehension in mind.  As with all Really Good Stuff Literacy Centers, the new
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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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Classroom Community Begins on Day 1 – Weekly Giveaway

Classroom Community Begins on Day 1 – Weekly Giveaway

The formation of a strong classroom community begins the moment students enter your classroom door.  Nurturing that spirit of camaraderie is especially important during the first week of school.  The Ready-to-Decorate All About Me 3-D Balloons help take classroom community to new heights and they are this week’s Really Good Giveaway item!


More Effective Classroom Management Giveaway

More Effective Classroom Management Giveaway

Effective classroom management is the key to a successful school year.  Managing everything from small groups to centers is not always easy, but with the right tools and routines it can become much more effective.  This week we are excited to feature the Programmable Clip ‘N’ Track Pocket Chart as the Really Good Giveaway!


Really Good Giveaway – Classroom Light Filters

Really Good Giveaway – Classroom Light Filters

Many of the Really Good Teachers on our Facebook page swear by light filters in their classrooms.  From reducing headaches and glare to providing an environment that is more conducive to learning, the classroom light filters get high marks.  Since we know that resources can be tight when planning for the new school year, we are
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