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Articles | October 16, 2017

Talking politics isn’t easy, but discussing the election process is important. Steer clear of the drama and approach elections with some of the terrific ideas found below. They’re teacher-tested and

Articles | August 30, 2017

Social studies can feel like the lost subject with the push toward STEAM and Language Arts. Despite not getting the limelight, teaching students about history, culture, and traditions is vitally

Articles | October 25, 2016

One of the many opportunities for growth students face as they transition into the classroom includes the exposure to new social paradigms. To take full advantage of these growth opportunities,

Articles | October 20, 2016

Sneak social studies and geography into your daily classroom routine with some of these teacher-tested ideas.  Whether you teach elementary or middle school, there are some great ways to make

Articles | October 7, 2016

What thoughts come to mind as you think about social studies? I think about history and geography. But social studies also encompasses economics, government, culture, and living in society. Can

Articles | August 9, 2016

Have you ever discovered a website that you just cannot wait to share with others?  This week’s free find is Google Lit Trips.  Imagine for a moment that you are

Articles | June 28, 2016

The Olympics are almost here and there’s no better time to teach students about geography, social studies, and sportsmanship! While your students may not be in the classroom during the

Articles | December 31, 2013

In the early years of education, the focus is on reading, writing, and math. Much of the school day is spent teaching the art of reading. Students also learn to

Articles | February 26, 2013

With field trip budgets becoming a thing of the past, teachers are looking for creative ways to share the outside world with their students now more than ever.  One of

Articles | June 1, 2012

You know your students will be online this summer, so why not help parents by giving them a list of websites that are “Teacher-Approved” for summer fun.  The 10 sites

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

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