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Need a Getaway?

The days are still short, the weather isn’t great, and we’re all starting to get a little restless. Sounds dour, but we think it’s actually the perfect time for a little mindset recharge and…

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Snow Daze

Here on the East Coast, we're getting our first taste of winter weather and that has us all excited for a Snow Day! We've got our pjs on back to front (because that helps encourage the clouds to…

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Celebrate the Season

Now that it's officially December, we're dreaming up ways to celebrate the season. Our celebrations are likely to look a little different this year (so goes the story of 2020), but that doesn't…

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Native American Heritage Month

How do you incorporate Native American history into your curriculum? A history of the United States is certainly incomplete without discussion of the peoples who lived with, cultivated, and cared…

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JB's Favorite Chillers

Our top ops guy, John, is a connoisseur of spooky stories. This week he's sharing his favorites in this special edition virtual bookshelf! So if you're looking for something to put you in the mood…

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A New Kind of Homeroom

We had such a good response to our last post sharing ideas for remote and hybrid learning! This week we have some new ideas from parents. Learning at home can be a big adjustment, but we hope…

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Learn at Home Toolkit

This school year, it feels like we're learning to teach all over again. Whether you're a seasoned educator or a parent who never thought you'd be a classroom teacher, we can all use a little…

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Go With the Flow

We've all experienced it - being so engrossed in a project that time whizzes by. Many researchers have studied this phenomenon called flow. This week, we'd like to make a case for finding your…

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Families Who Read Together, Thrive Together

Family literacy programs are an important part of every school's literacy curriculum. Research articles have shown that everyone benefits from such programs. 

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Never Too Young (or Old) for Audio Book Time

** This is a guest post from contributor Jenny Holt**

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