KISS – Classroom Management for 2nd Grade Teachers

Here’s our new KISS article – Keep it Simple Strategies – for 2nd Grade Teachers. Start off the New Year by applying some of these great strategies in your 2nd Grade classroom! In the Second Grade, you now have emerging readers. … Read More


Education and Fitness For Africa

Heather Parisi is the founder of the Fitness for Africa program and the Pearl Of Hope School in Uganda, Africa. She shares with us her incredible and inspiring story of her journey to Africa that made such a difference in … Read More


Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids to Make & Gift

Valentine’s Day is such a fun day full of I love you’s, hearts, and adorable Valentine Crafts and Decorations. I’ve been searching through the S&S Worldwide Valentine’s Day Shop to try and narrow down a list of my favorites to … Read More


Tips to Start your New MakerSpace

We are all about MakerSpaces here at S&S and have been immersing ourselves in the concepts and ideas surrounding them. We even have a dedicated MakerSpace Shop! I find it fascinating that there are so many options for a MakerSpace and … Read More


The Best Parachute Game for P.E. Class

Best selling author and award winning P.E. teacher J.D. Hughes shares with us his best parachute game: The Mountain Climber is one of many tricks you can perform with the parachute. I purchased my 45″ parachute from S&S Worldwide. It is very … Read More


New Product Trade Show

I recently joined the team at S&S in September in the role of Web Merchandising Manager, which means any time a new product is added to our inventory, the paperwork passes my desk to be added to the web. I … Read More


Ideas to Celebrate 100 Days of School

The 100th day of school is a milestone that has become popular to celebrate with students. In addition to some of the fun pencils and bracelets we sell, we have gathered some of these great (and easy) ideas for you … Read More


12 Activities to Add to Your Senior Program

When providing activities for your nursing facility’s residents, it is a good idea to include a variety of activity types that will appeal to different interests. Our friends at notjustbingo have shared several activities to consider for your senior program: … Read More


La Quinta Middle School Gets Active!

It’s so great to see schools encouraging physical education and teaching students the importance of getting active. We love to share amazing success stories of schools raising the bar for physical education. Laura Spradlin, a teacher at La Quinta Middle School … Read More


Star Wars Tag Game

Sometimes adults need an activity that is fun, timely, doesn’t need any supplies, and can be played for anywhere from 5 minutes to 20 minutes.  They key is trusting that we are truly creative and when push comes to shove … Read More


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