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  • Four Simple Winter Holiday Classroom Crafts

    With the winter break fast approaching, a lot of us teachers will be scrounging the internet looking for fun, simple, and thematic crafts to do with their students to help break up the days. Considering the fact that most of our schools try to honor all the holidays that...
  • Top 7 Super Fun DIY Holiday Door Decorating Ideas – (May the Best Class Win!)

    The holiday season can be both really fantastic and really stressful for teachers especially. Having an extended break for the holidays is wonderful, but dealing with the overly excited and hyper students, as well as class parties can be rather exhausting. Figuring out how to decorate your classroom may...
  • Five Spooky, Fun and Easy Halloween Crafts

    Hard to believe, but it’s October 1st and  Halloween is right around the corner. October 31st is normally a day reserved for parties, parades, and of course, candy. Teachers may worry about the student sugar rush coming their way, but listed below are some really creepy and creative Halloween...
  • Free Trees for Arbor Day!

    Even with snow still on the ground, Spring officially sprung on March 20th. Soon, temperatures will rise, bulbs will pop through the earth, and buds will burst into Spring blossoms. As teachers, this is an opportunity to invite our students to observe the awakening of all that is green...
  • The Best Movies to Show Your Students About U.S. Presidents

    During the month of February, most teachers look forward to President’s Day because it’s a day off on the academic calendar! However, that doesn’t mean you can’t tie in some sort of academic content in reference to that specific day leading up to it. Social Studies lessons and reading...
  • Valentines Day Craft

    Five Easy Valentine’s Day Art Projects Your Students Will Love

    Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. For many classrooms, that means a party where too much sugar is digested, and little paper cards get traded in abundance. Some brave educators also like to try to make crafts during the course of the day, and those items may even be turned...
  • Five Festive Craft Ideas for Christmas

    Christmas is nearly here, and with that, your class will be anticipating a long break, presents, and treats! However, before the doors open wide to let school out for the holiday, you’ve got to get through your final week of this year! You may have the students watch movie,...
  • Hanukkah Crafts

    Six Great Hanukkah Crafts For Your Class

    The Hannukah holiday is already in full swing, but since it’s 8 days, you have plenty of time to bust out some craftin’ with your kids! It’s important to make your students aware that not everyone celebrates Christmas, and you can follow up that information with a cool craft...
  • Five Festive Thanksgiving Craft Projects for the Classroom

    Thanksgiving is nearly here! While the work week leading up to turkey day is a short one, it still requires two and a half days (or maybe three full, who knows) of planning for your classroom. The best way to fill in the time is with some fun, enjoyable,...
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