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30 Things I Wish I Learned in High School

In 2001, I graduated from Eastmoor Academy High School in Columbus, Ohio as the sole valedictorian of my high school class. At the time, I thought I knew it all. I had taken intense AP courses and soaked up all […]

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How to Create Online Lessons with Help Teaching

Create Your Own Lessons

In addition to the online lessons already available on Help Teaching, Pro and Group Pro subscribers have the ability to create their own lessons and assign them to students using our online lesson creator. Below we’ll share some tags you’ll […]

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100 Fitness Activities for Families

Physical fitness is essential to our health. Yet, with full work schedules and equally busy children, fitting in the time for exercise too often falls to the bottom of the list. May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. That […]

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How to Teach Kids to Be Kind

Every day, stories about bad guys fill the news, but it’s the stories of kindness that really stand out. Whether it’s a fast food employee helping a customer or a group of students checking on a Grandma in the Window, […]

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Offline Ways to Help Kids Build Online Skills

In a world that is increasingly reliant on technology, it feels like kids are always in front of screens. While you want them to learn how to thrive in a technologically-centered world, you also don’t want them to spend their […]

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Benefits of Music and Movement to Children’s Development

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links, but all reviews and opinions are our own. Dancing along to a song or singing a tune sounds like a simple activity to pass the time, but for children, it’s so much more. Numerous […]

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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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