Monthly Archives: April 2018

7 Generation Games recently launched its “Strong Body, Strong Mind” program for youth sports clubs to help student athletes ages 8-14 build their minds along side their bodies. We created this campaign because too many athletes are neglecting school for sports. Young athletes are often told that they have to pick between […]

Josh Rosen Says ‘Football and School Don’t Go Together,’ We ...

Hello everyone! Here’s to another week coming to a close and that means…it’s Freebie Friday time. Today’s freebie comes from our Teachers Pay Teachers page. The freebie is a powerpoint on a number line problem that includes fractions. This powerpoint shows you how to use a number line while using […]

Freebie Friday: Number Line Problem with Fractions

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A few of my friends are joining the Teach for America staff after graduation. Teach for America’s mission is to ensure that low-income students have access to teachers. They recruit college graduates and train them in an accelerated program before placing them in low-income schools.The program varies by region, but […]

Can Anyone with a College Degree Teach?

Our last “teacher feature” starred 7th grade English teacher Tammy Green,recognizing her for all of her hard work. This month, we are spotlighting second grade teacher Samanntha Davis for the amazing energy she brings to her students each and every day. Samanntha was nominated by her mom, Paula, who sent us […]

Amazing Teachers Make a Difference: Samanntha Davis, Second Grade Teacher