Blog

Swing for the Fences

It's baseball season! For student athletes and sports fans, schedules are starting to fill up. There are practices to work through, games to play, games to watch, stats to analyze, and snacks to…

Read More

Happy Spring!

The calendar and weather are finally beginning to agree that it's spring! As the daylight grows longer, we've been hearing from many of you that you're stretching your creative and planning minds…

Read More

Curricular Spotlight: Biographies

Biographies are a great way to dig deep into your curriculum. Often, we study biographies as part of our Social Studies or Language Arts curricula - but they're great in science and math classes,…

Read More

Women's History Month 2019

Since 1987, we celebrate Women's History Month in March. Each year, the celebration feels especially important, given the social climate. This year is no exception. On the heels of 2018, which many

Read More

Case Study: Robison Middle School

As the hashtag goes, sharing is caring! We care about all our subscribers and love that you are always coming up with fun new ways to engage students. So occasionally, we like to highlight your…

Read More

The Joy of Listening

Mr. Groundhog's prediction of a speedy spring has us feeling all the fresh, clean, reviving vibes. Could be the weather, or maybe it's because tidying has been trending for weeks, but we're seeing…

Read More

Curricular Spotlight: World War II

Planning a unit on World War II? We have titles on appeasement policies, non-aggression pacts, invasions, and blitzes. This post contains title and activity suggestions to engage your students on…

Read More

Black History Month 2019

Do you know why we celebrate Black History Month in February? It's because Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln were both born in the second month of the year. In the 1920s, Carter G. Woodson,…

Read More

Sharing Shakespeare

Helping 21st century students appreciate Shakespeare requires relationships and relevance. It can be hard for students to relate to the characters in Shakespeare's plays because the Elizabethan…

Read More

Curricular Spotlight: The American Revolution

As part of our ongoing effort to help you incorporate audiobooks to your daily practice, this post kicks off our new "Curricular Spotlight" series. In these posts, we'll feature titles from our…

Read More

Subscribe to our blog