Kindergarten is a magical world all of its own. It is the foundation upon which students develop as students and as individuals, socially, emotionally, and academically. Students in Kindergarten will grow as thinkers before your very eyes. ... Read More about 12 Tips for New Kindergarten Teachers
To say that this school year has ended unlike any of us planned is a small understatement. Between schools closing early all over the country to learning how to teach virtually, educators everywhere certainly deserve to take a moment to ... Read More about Summer Bucket List for Teachers
Ever had a morning like this? You are one tired teacher, so you slept through your alarm. You forgot to switch the load of laundry with all your "good clothes" from the washer to the dryer last night. Then you realize you left your teacher ... Read More about Healthy Lunch Ideas for Teachers
As the end of the school year approaches, it’s easy to get caught up in the crazy to-do lists of all the tasks that need to be accomplished. While there’s no doubt that the logistical details are important, equally important is the need to ... Read More about 6 Ways to Savor the End of the School Year
The ideal situation for teachers at the end of the school year is to be able to get organized, lock up their room and head out for summer break. Unfortunately, many teachers don't have that option. So you may find yourself packing up your ... Read More about Packing Your Classroom…Like a Boss!
Dear Teachers, As the end of the school year approaches I know many of you are feeling weary. Even though spring break may have provided a brief respite, there is so much to be done between now and summer. If only there were magical tricks ... Read More about Pep Talk for Tired Teachers