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Are you ready for teaching at home?

Are you ready for teaching at home?

Classrooms are empty, but teachers and parents are using distance learning to engage students! In the wake of a global pandemic, teachers everywhere are mourning as their classrooms sit empty and quiet. Within the last couple of weeks, school districts made quick...

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Get Back to Teaching

Get Back to Teaching

Have Fun Teaching offers the absolute BEST membership for teachers anywhere online! Do you feel like you spend too much time planning...and not enough time teaching? Your kids deserve more than that! It's time to get back to teaching! When I first started teaching,...

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Fidget Spinner: A Stress-Reliever, Or a Mere Toy?

Fidget Spinner: A Stress-Reliever, Or a Mere Toy?

Some kids just need to fidget...but don't let it negatively affect their learning! A new trend has made its way into the classroom: the fidget spinner. The long hours in a school day tend to make it difficult for children to focus. Many fidget devices have been...

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8 Tips for New Teachers

8 Tips for New Teachers

Stay healthy, be professional, honor your students, and establish good classroom management! As the 2016-2017 school year comes to an end, many new teachers begin to plan for the next steps of their lives. While in college, these new teachers have taken hundreds of...

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17 Summer Activities to Prevent Summer Learning Loss

17 Summer Activities to Prevent Summer Learning Loss

In fact, you may already be doing many of these things and just don't realize it! Children begin to empty classrooms as the final bell has rung. The hallways once filled with hurried feet have become vacant. Summer vacation is here. We once had the responsibility to...

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How to Create a Lightbulb Moment in the Classroom

How to Create a Lightbulb Moment in the Classroom

I love watching students have that lightbulb moment when they understand something and know that hard work pays off. When asked what the most rewarding part about being a teacher is, many answer that it is when a student has a "lightbulb" moment. Watching as a child...

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How Parental Involvement Impacts Your Classroom

How Parental Involvement Impacts Your Classroom

At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child's success is the involvement of parents. When seeking ways to improve performance and morale in the classroom, very rarely does a teacher lean toward parental involvement as a solution. There are many reasons...

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