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By: Patty Murray
To kick off this holiday weekend, we want to spread a little patriotic pride with awesome 4th of July jokes, fun facts and games for all ages.
Back to School Teacher Quiz
As the sun begins to set on summer break, teachers and students need to get back into the school year swing.  It can be a rough transition from summer to a full-time school schedule if you don’t...
By: Shelly Terrell
Halloween is one of the most fun holidays. Kids love the spooky monsters, sounds, music, dances, treats, traditions, haunted houses, and costumes that surround the holiday. As an educator or parent...
When Life Gets Busy, Just Remember the Mason Jar
In this education news article, we share an inspirational story that reminds us about life's priorities.
Taylor Mali Interview
By: TeachHUB Interview
Taylor Mali is a poet and former teacher that went viral when his poetry performance defending teachers went viral on YouTube, getting millions of hits worldwide. In March 2012, Mali will release a...
By: Dana Richliew
If you feel like your juggling skills are worthy of a Ringling Brothers Circus Act, you are not alone. I've been struggling to balance my life as a teacher with all my school, home, and family...
Student Teacher Interview
By: TeachHUB Interview
After over 25 years in the high-tech field, Dave, aka Mr. Math Teacher, left his long term engineering profession to begin his new career as a teacher.Dave shares with us his decision to embark on a...
Shakespeare for Kids
By: TeachHUB Interview
Brendan Kelso is the mastermind behind the Shakespeare for Kids collection, the book series of Shakespeare plays adapted for children that are creating a young fan base for the Bard. Learn how...
Bullying Prevention Books
By: TeachHUB Interview
The era of the geeks is at hand, according to Alexandra Robbins and her "quirk" theory.Find out what Robbins learned from shadowing 7 students from different cliches around the country, what her "...
Hunger Games Book Recommendations
By: Meghan Mathis
If your students are anything like mine, they devoured The Hunger Games unlike any book we've read before.To capitalize on this newfound love of reading, here are my top book picks for students (and...


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