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Articles | December 11, 2017

Really Good Teachers around the world are gearing up for the week before Winter break. If you’re stuck for ideas, check out what the teachers below do to bring a

Articles | November 13, 2017

Your little learners are on overload during the fall and winter holiday months.  So many decorations, so much anticipation, and so many restrictions on you about what you can and

Articles | January 20, 2017

The big holidays get all of the attention, but those little obscure holidays can provide great teachable moments too.  We have gathered some of Spring’s most unusual celebrations and listed

Articles | November 28, 2016

The holidays are here! Do you know what you’re buying everyone? Chances are, if you are like most of us, you still some shopping to do! If you’re stuck for

Articles | December 11, 2015

  Throughout the year, there are a number of traditional holidays across the calendar that are celebrated by many people. Here’s a look into the not to so common celebrations

Articles | November 27, 2013

by Diana Remick, Monthly Columnist The holidays come with mixed emotions for many. I know for me personally, I enjoy the time with my family. I long for sleeping in,

Articles | October 26, 2013

Figuring out what to get your child’s teacher for the holidays, Teacher Appreciation Week, or “just because” can be challenging.  Not only do you want the gift to be something

Articles | April 11, 2012

What is Cinco de Mayo? Do your students know what the day commemorates? If not, a good starting point for the activities below would be a brief history of the

Articles | December 10, 2011

Saving money and holiday shopping rarely go together, but this year you can make some simple changes to save some cash.  From party planning to gift giving, there are ways

Articles | December 2, 2011

The family that plays together stays together, so here are some festive frolics that we’ve tried to team build with, bond, and gel our faculty family.

Articles | October 30, 2010

Make Thanksgiving a classroom holiday this year, by having your students participate in a special celebration.  Encourage them to be thankful during this holiday season with the ideas below.  Be

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