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Coronavirus School Closing: 17 Free Online Teacher Resources

Teachers around the U.S. are scrambling to come up with lesson plans and resources for students as many school districts are making the decision to shutter schools for the next two to three weeks (or even more) to help slow […]

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Why I Review with Students and How You Can Too

It’s the beginning of a new school year and you’re anxious to jump into the new curriculum. However, as many veteran teachers will tell you, before you jump headfirst into the new curriculum, it may be helpful to take some […]

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Top EDU Blog Posts of the Decade

It’s hard to believe Help Teaching has been providing teacher worksheets for tutors, homeschool parents, and teachers for over a decade. As we enter the new year, take some time to review some of our the top tips and resources […]

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Winter Holidays Reading List for Kids

The holidays are the perfect time to curl up with the kids or gather all of your students on the rug and read a good book. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa, or just want a nice winter read, […]

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How to Refocus a Difficult Class

Even the most seasoned teachers have encountered a class they just can’t reign in. If you’re currently facing a troublesome group of students, don’t give up hope. Here are five simple methods for taking back control of your classroom, while […]

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6 Activities to Promote Computer Science Education

Did you know that experts estimate there will be 1.4 million computing jobs open in 2020 and only 400,000 students to fill them? Since 2013, Computer Science Education Week has been held during the second week of December. This week […]

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4 Ways to Make Your Classroom Holiday-Inclusive

Every teacher wants their classroom to be a place of joy, harmony and inclusion, particularly during the winter holiday season. But with students of many faiths and cultures represented in today’s classrooms, it can sometimes be tricky to stay sensitive […]

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9 Benefits of Traveling with Children

When it comes to traveling with children, sometimes it feels like the parenting world is split in two: those who absolutely believe in traveling with their children and those who absolutely don’t. If you find yourself in the latter group […]

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Ultimate Guide to Educational Toys for Kids

Did you know it’s possible to have fun and learn at the same time? While it’s great for kids to play with toys, their young minds are at the prime stage for taking in information and learning new skills. The […]

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15 Ways to Raise Funds for Your Classroom Needs

Teachers truly are miracle workers. Not only do they work hard to turn around struggling students and help exceptional students succeed, but they often do it with a limited budget and a lack of quality materials. That’s why sites like Pinterest are […]

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