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  • Laughs & Inspiration

18 GIFs That Perfectly Sum Up Our Love of School Supplies

By Hannah Hudson
  • Laughs & Inspiration

13 Non-Professional Books That Have Made Us Better Teachers

By Love Teach
  • Laughs & Inspiration

A Teacher's Guide to Surviving Preplanning

By Captain Awesome
  • Laughs & Inspiration

Dear Incoming Seventh Graders: A Letter to My New Students

By Captain Awesome
  • Laughs & Inspiration

How to Learn All Your Students’ Names the First Day of School (Without Requiring a Brain Transplant)

By Love Teach
  • STEM

24 Creative Ways to Use Math Manipulatives in Your Classroom

By Stacy Tornio
  • STEM

11 Creative Ways to Use GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Titles to Teach Math

By Stacy Tornio
  • Professional Development

6 Gratitude-Growers for Your Class

By Chase Mielke
  • Laughs & Inspiration

My Secret Mission as a Seventh-Grade Teacher

By Captain Awesome
  • Art & Creativity

14 Fabulous Classroom Themes

By Elizabeth Mulvahill
  • Classroom Management

13 Fun Ways to Organize Your Classroom Reading Nook

By Stacy Tornio
  • Classroom Management

50 Tips, Tricks and Ideas for Classroom Supplies

By Elizabeth Mulvahill
  • Professional Development

10 Things I Wish I’d Known as a New Math Teacher

By Elizabeth Mulvahill
  • Professional Development
  • STEM

11 Teacher-Tested Ways to Make Your Classroom Parents Adore You

By Karen Nelson
  • Laughs & Inspiration

Classroom Time Capsules for the First Week of School

By Emily Hopkins
  • Professional Development

Stop the Blame Game: Teaching Students to Take Ownership and Responsibility

By Chase Mielke
  • Art & Creativity

5 Back-to-School Learning Activities

By Erin Bittman
  • Laughs & Inspiration

How I Really Spend My Teacher Summer

By Captain Awesome
  • Classroom Management

15 Marvelous Classroom Organization Tips for Back-to-School

By WeAreTeachers Staff
  • Art & Creativity

This Year, Have Your Students Make Their Own Globes for Only $1

By Stacy Tornio
  • Classroom Management
  • Professional Development

11 Dos and Don’ts for Making Inclusion Work

By WeAreTeachers Staff
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