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  • Social Studies

Real World Learning: Kid Bookmark Business

By Erin Bittman
  • Teacher Helpline

Best of Teacher HELPLINE: How Can I Turn My Reluctant Readers Into Literature Lovers?

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • Laughs & Inspiration

The Lesson of Every Conversation: Encouraging Teens to Have Meaningful Interactions

By Chase Mielke
  • Pick of the Week

We Review Gravity Maze, the A-maze-ing Marble Run Brainteaser

By Jessica McFadden
  • Laughs & Inspiration

Defeating Debbie-Downerism: 7 Tips for a More Positive Mind-Set

By Chase Mielke
  • Teacher Helpline

Best of Teacher Helpline: The Essay-Free Weekend

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • STEM

Learning About Seeds in Third Grade (With Free Printables!)

By Erin Bittman
  • Laughs & Inspiration

Meal Planning for Teachers: Using Pinterest to Save Time and Money

By Rachel Randolph
  • Reading & Writing

11 Vocab Review Games to Make the Learning Stick

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • Laughs & Inspiration

7 Habits of Amazing Student Teachers

By Love Teach
  • Pick of the Week

Fabulous Free Flyer Templates: Smore

By Jessica McFadden
  • Reading & Writing

8 Creative Ways to Help Kids "Find the Evidence" in Nonfiction

By Samantha Cleaver
  • Reading & Writing

The Text Says What? Intro to Text-Dependent Questions

By Samantha Cleaver
  • Teacher Helpline

Beginning to Think She May Need to Be Held Back? Here's Help Deciding

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • Laughs & Inspiration

5 Life Hacks for Getting Organized in the New Year

By Cami Eastman
  • Reading & Writing

Going Beyond PIE: 5 Ways to Teach Students How to Find the Author's Purpose

By Samantha Cleaver
  • Classroom Management

Lions, Tigers and Frozen Frogs: Using Video to Spark Classroom Conversation

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • Reading & Writing

How to Conquer the Timed Essay Test—5 Dos and Don'ts

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week: Classroom Jeopardy!

By Jessica McFadden
  • Teacher Helpline

Best of Teacher Helpline: When God Shows Up in Science Class

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • Laughs & Inspiration

What to Do With All Those Leftover Lucky Black-Eyed Peas After New Years?

By Rachel Randolph
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