Safe Sanitizing Solutions for All

When parents visit an Early Childhood Education facility (ECE), they are assessing many things that they see and hear there. Among them, level of care, education, and attention for their children but let’s not forget about cleanliness! Many ECE facilities … Read More


Walking the Maker Faire and Getting Inspired

One of the cool aspects of our jobs as Product Managers involves researching new markets. We have been watching the Maker Movement develop over the last couple of years and recently decided to research this movement a bit further. In … Read More


Celebrate MyPlate in 8 Great Ways!

MyPlate is the USDA food symbol that illustrates our five food groups into a familiar image for kids. It represents a place setting for a meal. These five food groups are the building blocks for a healthy diet and MyPlate … Read More


Physical Educators – Making a Difference

Physical Education teachers are truly amazing! I have believed this ever since I become one back in 1986 and I was reminded of how truly special they are the other day while reviewing 236 responses to a survey that S&S conducted … Read More


Using Bingo to Keep Your Classroom Focused

I’m on the marketing team here at S&S, and I thought I’d share a teaching tip from my wife Amy. She’s an amazing teacher and I have no doubt based on the great job she did in helping raise our … Read More


3D Printers and Product Creation

Working at S&S is fun for me, I get to use both my undergraduate engineering and graduate marketing background. On the marketing side, I get to manage the classic 4P’s (product, price, place and promotion) of our Sports and Games … Read More


Physical Education Lessons using Pool Noodles

  Recently, we’ve had several inquiries at PE Central asking, “As a physical education teacher, how can I use soft swim pool noodles appropriately in my physical education class?” Great question! Soft foam swim pool noodles are a versatile, low … Read More


5 Things to Remember when Running a Craft Program

Goals of setting up a craft program usually include two things – you want people to show a genuine interest in your program and you want to spark creativity that leads to fulfillment and enjoyment by your students or residents. … Read More


Kid Inventors at the Invention Convention

Last month a group of us from the Merchandising department had the opportunity to be judges at an “Invention Convention”. This is part of a statewide program here in Connecticut where children first learn about inventors, find an idea, research … Read More


Inspired by Teachers and Their Influence

Teachers Don’t Give Up Reading through all of the comments on the Teacher Appreciation Giveaway post has really inspired me. There has been one common theme that has stood out, “Don’t Give Up on Any Child”. This is probably not … Read More


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