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Art It Up!
Kids learn so much more when lessons interconnect. This month, we're taking cross-curricular learning to the next level with a series of beautiful art projects that teach more than just art concepts.

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Spooky STEM
From counting pumpkin seeds to conducting gross-out science experiments, Halloween offers loads of spooktacular ways to connect with science, math and other STEM curriculum. Here we’ve gathered the very best to engage your spooky scientists.

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Get Out and Teach
From the confines of your classroom, your students have explored ancient Rome and distant planets. But have you considered taking them to that old oak tree in the middle of the school yard?

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Writing All Year Long
Getting tired of reading the same yawn-inducing sentences time and time again in your students' essays? Make your students' writing sing this year with creative tips and epiphany-worthy ideas from professional writers, bestselling authors and teachers.

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Hats Off to the Graduates
Celebrate the end of a great school year and springboard your students into summer with projects and activities that commemorate the year while helping them to look forward to the future.

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Earth Action Expo
It takes more than knowledge to make a change. It also takes action. So in honor of Earth Day, we're bringing you hands-on project ideas, lessons and activities that will motivate your students to do good things for our planet.

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Spring Clean Your Classroom
About this time of year, we get DIY fever. And while we work hard to scrub clean our website (and take care of those pesky home-improvement projects), we're going to give you a hand with spring cleaning, too. Below you'll find dozens of creative ideas for classroom organization, as well as lessons and tools to help teach your students how to stay organized, too.

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We Are the Change
History is more than a story about the past—it also gives us a glance at the future, where old lessons become a catalyst for change. In honor of African-American History Month, we're bringing you lesson ideas, projects, books and more that will help your students be the change to make our world a better place.

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Ice, Ice Maybe
Whether you've been snowed in since September or you live in one of those places where 60 degrees feels chilly, January is the perfect time to teach your students about winter weather patterns around the globe. Join us and get all the tools and ideas you need to bring the ice indoors this season.

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Winterbreak Countdown
The holidays can be pretty stressful—especially for teachers who are trying to manage their own stress along with the excitement of twenty-plus students who still need to learn something in December. That's why we've compiled twelve day's worth of fun classroom activities, stress-relievers and mini-breaks to help you count down the days until winter break.

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Thanksgiving Crafts & Fun
As much as we love a good old-fashioned handprint turkey, doing the same old, same old crafts every year can quickly get stale. Reinvent your Thanksgiving lessons this year with these fun crafts, printable activities, books and more.

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Election Teaching Resources
The beauty of American democracy is that we all have a part to play. And this month, we want to help you equip your students to not only understand the ins and outs of this election, but also to understand the ins and outs what it means to be an American. Click below to explore some of our favorite ways to teach students about the political process.

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Your Back-to-School Survival Guide
Ready or not, here comes the new school year! And with it comes new kids, new classes, new experiences and—best of all—new ideas. We’re here to help you get started with teacher-approved tips, lesson plans and classroom management tricks that you need to survive and thrive as you get back into the school routine.

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Summer Olympics
The Olympics are more than a competition—they're also a venue where kids can learn about teamwork, perseverance, courage, patriotism and more. Here are some ways you can use the 2012 Summer Olympic fever to bridge learning in your classroom this fall.

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Learning that Sizzles All Summer Long
Your students have worked hard this school year—and there is no reason to let their hard-earned progress melt away in the hot summer sun. So we’ve put together a whole page of sizzling summer learning ideas to keep your kids learning and growing all summer long.

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