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Articles | March 24, 2017

Spring has sprung and those winter-themed bulletin boards are a thing of the past!  Make April’s bulletin boards a testament to bright colors and engaged learning with the ideas below. 

Articles | March 10, 2017

Before you know it Easter will be here. Stop the last minute dash for craft ideas with one of the four fun ideas below. They can be easily adapted for

Articles | March 1, 2017

Break free of the dust and stale air of winter by giving your classroom a good old spring cleaning.  The tips and tricks below will make your classroom shine and

Articles | February 17, 2017

Spring is in the air! For many schools, March and April bring higher stress levels, increased behavior concerns, and rigorous academic assessments. School staff and students are expected to manage

Articles | March 24, 2016

Looking for some fun, easy, and inexpensive craft ideas for your kids this spring?  The three activities below are sure to keep them engaged without having to spend a lot

Articles | March 15, 2016

  Spring is the perfect time of year to explore and discover nature first hand. Everything from the weather changing to the plants starting to bloom can be helpful in

Articles | March 7, 2016

  With Spring right around the corner, preschoolers will have fun creating a variety of colorful crafts fit for the season. Whether painting a masterpiece on the easel or designing

Articles | April 27, 2013

While spring is making a late start in many parts of the country, places like Florida are already seeing weather in the 90s.  If you are looking for some fun

Articles | March 2, 2013

Ah, March….the promise of Spring is in the air and it’s the perfect time to start thinking about all of those seasonal rituals that fill the weekends.  Rituals like, well,

Articles | March 7, 2012

10 Ideas, 1 Product:  Idea 2 – Create a… *  Spring Flower Pointer *  Line leader stick *  “I need help with my lesson” signal stick Materials needed: Poppin’ Patterns

Articles | March 7, 2012

  Adjective Flower Craft for Kids Students write a noun in the center of the flower and use the petals to write adjectives that describe it.  Use the idea in

Articles | March 7, 2012

Grow a Word Family Flower Activity In the center of the flower, write a word family.  Tape a strip of green construction paper to the back of a Poppin’ Patterns

Articles | March 26, 2011

Ah, the fresh smell of spring air.  It is a sure sign that not only is warmer weather on the horizon, but so too is that inevitable need to spring

Articles | March 23, 2010

It is never too early to start thinking about starting a classroom garden. Two of our favorite ideas come from Really Good Stuff teachers whose out-of-the-box thinking inspires their students

Articles | March 19, 2010

As most teachers know, March Madness is not just a basketball tournament. It’s also what happens in classrooms across the country as the weather warms up and students start thinking

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