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Tips4Subs, Lessons & Classroom Activities

Fun Facts about U.S. Presidents in Honor of Presidents' Day

The United States observes Presidents' Day on the third Monday of February each year (which means many teachers have a day off this coming Monday). This tradition dates all the way back to 1885, originally established in recognition of George Washington's birthday (Feb. 22nd). The day is now most popularly viewed as a time to celebrate all of our country's presidents and their accomplishments. 

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Tips4Subs, Lessons & Classroom Activities

Promoting Kindness in the Classroom

Did you know that we're in the midst of National Random Acts of Kindness Week? Kindness is a simple yet impactful quality that sometimes gets overlooked. This week is the perfect opportunity to make a kindness push in your classroom. 

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Activities to Celebrate Black History Month

As February is Black History Month, this is an excellent time of year to celebrate the culture, heritage, and achievements of African Americans – throughout history and in modern times!

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12 Creative Super Bowl Lesson Plans

This weekend marks the biggest Sunday in Football – the Super Bowl! Many creative teachers extract teachable moments from popular events like the Super Bowl to incorporate into their lessons.

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Tips4Subs, Teacher Humor

Wardrobe Essentials for Teachers

WeAreTeachers.com recently posted 24 Teacher Wardrobe Essentials From Modcloth, and we definitely think it's worth checking out for some festive gear!

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The Teacher's Voice is a Powerful Instrument

The teacher's tone of voice is a powerful instrument. It sets the tone and environment for the entire classroom in terms of engagement, behavior, and rapport with students. 

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Safety Tips for Inclement Weather

Winter is here - bringing snow, sleet, school closings, car accidents, and slip‐and‐falls! While we hope for a mild winter, we want to make sure you are prepared for whatever the season may bring. Before you head out in the cold, here are some helpful tips to get you safely to your destination: 

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Martin Luther King Jr. Lessons

With Martin Luther King Jr. Day right around the corner, we wanted to share this article we found on Education World's website: Martin Luther King, Jr. Teaches Many Lessons

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Back to School After Winter Break

Going back to school after winter break can feel like a let-down to some teachers. The merriment that came with holiday anticipation has evaporated, the days are short, and the weather is cold. You may find yourself pining for the days of sleeping in and binge-watching the latest TV craze.

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How to Rejuvenate During Winter Break

It's important for teachers to take some time to recharge their battery while schools are closed this week. We found a helpful blog post from The Institute for Excellence in Education entitled: Four Tips to Help Teachers Rejuvenate During the Holiday Break

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