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Christmas Classics from the ‘60s

Christmas Classics from the 60s

Early in the holiday season, signs of Christmas begin to appear. Neighbors decorate their homes, stores display festive goods, and the radio sings of snowfall. In no time, holiday traditions commence. For decades, these family affairs have included gathering together to watch holiday-themed TV mov...

Raymond Geddes & Company, Inc. awarded Google Trusted Stores badge

Raymond Geddes & Company, Inc. which offers fun and cool school supplies and toys, was recently selected to join the Google Trusted Stores program. To help shoppers identify online merchants that offer a great shopping experience, the Google Trusted Store badge is awarded to e-commerce sites that de...

Bringing History to Life in Your Classroom

How to bring history to life in the classroom

Getting kids excited to learn about history can be difficult when your go-to activity is reading from a textbook. Immerse your students in the culture of a time period to spark their curiosity, because there's more to understanding history than just knowing key events and notable people. To know a...

Throwing Football into Math

Throwing Football into Math. How you can use the popular sport to teach math.

You will never hear a master math teacher declare that football is just a game. Football can be used to illustrate essential mathematical concepts: addition, percentages, averages, and probability all have their place on the playing field. Games on the gridiron constantly provide new opportunities...

The Homework Battle

The Homework Battle

What is homework exactly? Is it the bane of every student's existence or the tried-and-true method for mastering a skill? Is it extra practice to be done at home or is it the leftover material too vast to be covered during one class session? Perhaps homework is meaningful or perhaps it is busy-wor...

Keeping Kids Organized for School and Beyond

Keeping kids organized for school and beyond

For students to attain academic success, they need to have key organizational skills. With these skills, students learn to manage their materials, time, and even critical thinking. With a few simple supplies and some patient guidance, teachers and parents can ensure their youngsters will have what...