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Coronavirus – Important Information

The letter below was sent by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to public school families in New York. It has useful information, so we decided to share it here. A copy of the letter is… Continue Reading →

How to Add Formatting to your Teachers Pay Teachers Product Descriptions

We recently posted about how to add bullets to your Teachers Pay Teachers product descriptions. Today we will show you how to add some simple formatting elements (bold, italics, underline, center and hyperlinks). It’s easy and will add some much-needed… Continue Reading →

Talking to Kids About Tragedy

Today, Wednesday, March 14, 2018, at 10:00 am, across the country there was an #ENOUGH National School Walkout, held for 17 minutes commemorate the 17 victims in Parkland, Florida who lost their lives. The resources will aid you in leading… Continue Reading →

World Music for Your Classroom

World music is basically popular non-Western music – in other words, fabulous and interesting music that your kiddos may not be so familiar with. Check out our list below. You can pick music to pair up with the country or… Continue Reading →

20 Questions to Consider When Choosing a Preschool

One of the hardest decisions you will make as a parent is selecting the best and most appropriate preschool for your child. There are so many factors to consider and so much information out there that is can be overwhelming,… Continue Reading →

Recommended Reading – Professional Development Books for Teachers

In alphabetical order, listed below are the professional development books that are highly recommended and that teachers have reported most useful and enriching, together with a brief description of each book. Reading these books can help teachers meet professional development… Continue Reading →

All About Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT)

What is the ICT? The Integrated Co-Teaching Classroom is a class that is made up of students with disabilities and students without disabilities. Who teaches the class? The class has two teachers: one general education teacher and one special education… Continue Reading →

Celebrate Black History Month with Song

In this post, we listed books by African-American authors and illustrators that you and your class could study and read together to celebrate Black History Month. Here we go beyond books, to the inspiring music of African-American singers and songwriters…. Continue Reading →

The Magic Ratio of Positive and Negative Moments

As parents and educators, we always want to help our sons and daughters improve by giving help and advice. However, the way we give feedback can actually have the opposite effect. According to Nobel Prize-winning scientist Daniel Kahneman, humans experience… Continue Reading →

How Can You Battle the Flu? Free Handwashing and Cover Your Cough Posters

How can you and your family stay healthy in this extended flu season? And it’s not just the flu – the fall and winter seasons generally bring with them an increase in the viruses that can cause fever, vomiting, diarrhea,… Continue Reading →

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