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  • By Brandy Metzger, Guest AuthorEarth Day is an annual event that celebrates the environment. On April 22 of each year, countries around the world host events to remind citizens of the importance of protecting our planet.For teachers, Earth Day offers a great opportunity to remind students about their personal impact on the environment and to instill in them the importance of embracing and protecti...

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  • By Brandy Metzger, Guest AuthorSummer is a time for kids to take a break from school and participate in fun, enriching activities. For many, camps offer a way to learn new skills, meet new friends, and make memories that will last a lifetime. With this in mind, it is important for parents to select the right camp for their child. Here are some questions to ask when you are choosing a summer camp.I...

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  • By Brandy Metzger, Guest AuthorTesting season is upon us and the stakes are high, as state-mandated testing often determines whether students are promoted to the next grade. By understanding the purpose of the test and employing helpful tips on testing success, parents can do their part in preparing their children for these assessments.Standardized tests are designed to measure student performance...

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  • By Tina Jennings, Guest AuthorA strong behavior management plan is essential to running your classroom smoothly. When outlining and implementing your plan, it’s essential to spend time thinking through the details and teaching it to your students. Every child comes to your class with a different understanding of appropriate and inappropriate behavioral choices for school. Instead of assuming that ...

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  • By Brandy Metzger, Guest AuthorFamily game night has is a beloved tradition in many American households. As a teacher you can use classic games that children play at home in your classroom as learning activities.By bringing games into the classroom, you’ll review skills that need to be taught in an engaging way. Here are some ideas for turning classic games into learning activities for each major ...

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  • The Number Gators are hungry! This twangy, toe-tapping math song for kids helps explain the concept of the greater than and less than symbols when comparing numbers. To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com There was an alligator in the swamp, Who'd sneak up on numbers and start to chomp, Whenever two numbers sat on the ground, She'd face the bigger ...

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  • Muggo (and some cloned friends!) are parachuting with their favorite first grade sight words. Watch this fun video with your six- or seven-year-old, and some fun sight word practice in! To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Brainzy Games: http://www.brainzy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Education.comFanPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/ed...

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  • Uh-oh! A line of ants is carrying away a pattern of picnic food. This feel-good pattern song will have you looking at ants at a picnic in a totally different light! To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Sitting in the shade, Sipping lemonade, My picnic turned into a pattern parade. Imagine my surprise, When right before my eyes, I lost my toast, m...

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  • Get some practice comparing numbers with this educational song for kids! Young mathematicians will see if each number is greater than, less than, or equal to another number. To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Brainzy Games: http://www.brainzy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Education.comFanPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/education_com ...

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  • Learn how to count to ten with this catchy song, full of a few friendly monsters! Kids will count from zero all the way up to ten in this sing-along video. To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Brainzy Games: http://www.brainzy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Education.comFanPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/education_com Pinterest: http://...

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  • By April Brown, Guest AuthorStepping into my very first classroom just months after graduating from college, I was overwhelmed by mounds of old posters, textbooks, worksheets, and holiday decorations. Do teachers really need all this stuff to teach kids?According to the Association for Psychological Science, the answer is a resounding no. In fact, their study found that having highly decorated wal...

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  • By April Brown, Guest AuthorThe most difficult student in your classroom may struggle to complete academic work on time, stay organized, listen to directives, or find a way to get other students distracted and off-task.As a Special Education teacher, remembering that behaviors have an underlying cause and are used to communicate something helps me not to take anything personally. Just as you teach...

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  • By April Brown, Guest AuthorAsk your friends and family to share their favorite subject from school. Most likely, only a few of them will say math class. As an educator, you can almost feel the fear when you ask students to break open their math books. Why do so many of us experience anxiety and negative emotions when thinking about math?Jo Boaler, professor of mathematics education at Stanford Gr...

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  • By April Brown, Guest AuthorIt’s no secret that when searching for jobs, educators hope to find opportunities at schools that boast a friendly, open, and positive climate. Parents follow the same process as they check the area’s school system before deciding to rent or buy a house. Teachers and students spend more than eight hours a day at school and a school’s environment greatly impacts the educ...

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  • By Melissa Schwartz, Guest Author“I can no longer imagine teaching math without making writing an integral aspect of students’ learning,” states Marilyn Burns in her article, “Writing in Math.” Next-generation math learning requires writing out the problem-solving process. Writing in math allows students to reflect, organize their ideas, and open up their problem-solving methodology to others. In ...

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  • Maybe your child knows how to count to 10, but does he know what happens after that? Help your preschooler learn to count all the way to 20 with this catchy sing-along song. To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Brainzy Games: http://www.brainzy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Education.comFanPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/education_com ...

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  • Grandma wears her bright blue sweater everyday, but the buttons are always different! Count the blue, white, pink, and green buttons in this composing numbers math song. To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Brainzy Games: http://www.brainzy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Education.comFanPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/education_com Pint...

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  • Teaching your child how to add 6 + 6? This math song helps early learners practice adding doubles, all while snapping along to a catchy beat. To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Brainzy Games: http://www.brainzy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Education.comFanPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/education_com Pinterest: http://www.pinterest....

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  • The Wrist Band is here to teach your child how to tell time! Help your child learn how to read a clock with this fun and funny math song. To find more songs, games, and stories, check out Brainzy games: http://www.brainzy.com Brainzy Games: http://www.brainzy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Education.comFanPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/education_com Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/...

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