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Serving Every Teacher, Every Day

January 31, 2023

At Kids In Need Foundation, we’ve been honored to share stories of inspiration, perseverance, and joy through our #EveryTeacherEveryDay movement on our social media channels. But we want to hear more from you! Your voices deserve to be heard all year round. Whether you’re at the top of your game or facing challenges in the…

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Teacher Supports 101

January 24, 2023

No matter where you are along your teacher journey, you’ll need help from time to time. Maybe you’re a brand-new teacher struggling with classroom organization or a seasoned veteran who is looking to revamp your classroom management style (I mean – the kids are different these days!). Teacher needs seem to never end, but if…

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Community Engagement

Community Engagement for Teacher Support

January 17, 2023

It takes a village.   You’ve heard this countless times in who knows how many different contexts. The concept applies to the schools we work in as well. A teacher should not be an island. He or she should be surrounded by a supportive group of friends, colleagues, administration, and parents. Community engagement for teachers…

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True Stories from #EveryTeacherEveryDay

January 10, 2023

In December, we reached out to our teachers to ask them what inspires them in the classroom. We have received numerous heartfelt responses from teachers all over the country just like you. Some are thriving, some are struggling, many are somewhere in between. As teachers, we know these feelings can change from day to day…

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Exercise Your Body, Exercise Your Mind

January 3, 2023

Disclaimer, please consult a doctor/health professional before starting any exercise program. This article is for entertainment purposes only.    If you ask around, chances are most people have added a resolution somehow relating to exercise for 2023.    And with good reason; the science is hard to ignore. Exercise is proven to significantly decrease the…

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New Year, New Mindset

December 27, 2022

Classroom teaching is, in a word, overwhelming. There’s just nothing else like it out there. You are constantly inundated with individual and class-wide needs, administrative demands, parent concerns, and daily to-do lists that grow and grow. The plans you so carefully craft are more often than not adjusted, amended, or even tossed aside to make…

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Last-Minute Gifts for a Teacher out of Time

December 20, 2022

Classroom life leading up to winter break always feels a little out of control. Kids are beyond excited for a break. It requires more of your energy to keep them focused and productive. Maybe you’re too exhausted to get some shopping done in the evenings. Or your calendar has filled up with other obligations, keeping…

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Recharge Your Batteries this Holiday Season

December 13, 2022

Ready or not, the holidays are upon us. December calendars fill up quickly with events and to-do lists. It’s a fun time, but it is unquestionably exhausting. And you’re still working through all of it. It is time to recharge your batteries this holiday season. No doubt, teachers tend to be workaholics. You probably find…

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December Holiday Lesson Roundup

December 8, 2022

December is full of eagerness and anticipation. Your students seem about to burst, filled to the brim with pent-up energy. They may be easily distractible; no matter which holiday(s) they may celebrate, it is impossible to ignore the uptick in excitement levels. And the prospect of a winter break looms large ahead of them. As…

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Combat Bullying by Spreading Positivity

November 18, 2022

While bullying at school has certainly evolved over the years with the onset of technology and social media, the basic problem persists among younger people. Yet it remains a tricky issue to manage in a school, often occurring in subtle verbal or emotional ways rather than the more noticeable physical bullying. While we know every…

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