Quick Tips for Creating a Greener Classroom

With all of the paper and materials that are used in schools, teachers have a great opportunity to teach students how to properly recycle. If conserving paper and resources is something you are looking to incorporate into your program or … Read More


Ideas Worth Sharing – Mosaic Tiles

We survey many of our customers and sometimes we ask them what they use the products they are buying for. We continue to be wowed by your creative, resourceful and genius ideas, so we want to share them for others … 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


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


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